For too long we’ve seen organizations unable to successfully operationalize their security investments because they are difficult to implement or their security products work in isolation. Organizations need to connect the dots for greater contextual insight into the threats they face in order to build a defense strategy based on meaningful, real-time intelligence.
I know from my experience of deploying privilege management in global organizations that people think it’s going to be hard. Every organization is facing an endpoint security balancing act. On one hand employees, and their endpoints, need to be secure. But on the other hand, many employees require a free and flexible operating environment.
As an industry, people who develop software and online services have taken great leaps over recent years in developing attractive, usable products. But there can still be a reluctance to test things early and often with users – especially if you’re developing for internal or enterprise users.
Avecto has an illustrious history of providing enterprises with control at the same time as ensuring user freedom. By enabling organizations around the world to remove admin rights and put in place realistic application whitelisting, we raise the security bar while helping people achieve compliance and reduce operational costs.
This weekend a team from Avecto will be taking part in the Great Manchester Run to raise money for Stockport Mind. In my last blog I discussed some reasons why I think everybody should consider running to improve their own mental health. Today I will discuss how you can get started and stick to it. I’ll also draw out some similarities to software development.
Avecto is listed as an official security provider in the Endpoint Protection Platforms category on the Gartner Peer Insights website. In case you aren't familiar with the site, it's a review portal for security leaders and their teams to get anonymous third party feedback on a vendor and their software solutions. We firmly believe this type of resource is a hugely valuable, open and honest way of assessing the security landscape. So this is our rallying call, for Avecto customers to tell the world what you think about our Defendpoint software.
On the 28th May 2017, a team from Avecto will be taking part in the Great Manchester Run to raise money for Stockport Mind. As an employee of Avecto and avid runner, this feels like a perfect partnership. I strongly believe that running makes me better at my job and can have a hugely positive impact on everybody's mental health.
Sandra Salame, Operations Manager at Crestan, talks about the benefits of a partnership with Avecto and discusses our successful Middle East roadshow featuring award-winning speaker and Microsoft MVP Sami Laiho.
Recently I was in a meeting discussing a customer that had been particularly slow to adopt our solution and someone said to me “Isn’t that your job?” and for a moment I felt personally culpable for the failure of a speedy time-to-value for customer X.
Talent. It’s not necessarily hard to find, but to tempt that talent away from their current employer, well that’s another matter.