The average cost of a serious security breach in a small business is £65,000 or more. Hackers, malware writers, internet criminals and (too often) malicious or negligent employees all present a potential danger to your business.
CWL offers a range of security services to help you keep your business secure. These include:
“CWL has a brilliant work-oriented culture that I can lean upon when required, trusting that they’ll come through for me. We have about a thousand constantly fluctuating users, and in the future we’ll be looking to employ CWL to install another Palo Alto unit, increasing our core switches to two, as well as setting up a second firewall. CWL really understand our wider system and how we work, making them trusted advisors and a safe pair of hands. I’m very happy to have them as our long-term partners as we work well with them; they have frequently stepped up where other resellers have failed.”
Dave Scott - IT and Information Manager at Christ’s College Cambridge
Traditional approaches to network security were designed to protect resources inside the company perimeter from threats and malware coming from outside the network. But for today’s IT leaders, security is far more complex - the line between inside and outside is not as clear. Telecommuters, contractors, partners and business-critical services hosted in the cloud must all be supported.
In this challenging environment, businesses need to defend themselves against network threats, protect valuable data and resources, and implement the necessary controls for regulatory compliance.
Keep hackers out, protect company data, manage staff internet access and block inappropriate activity on your network with next-generation firewalls.
Businesses need to protect themselves against external threats and insider negligence and wrongdoing. A firewall - which sits between your network and the rest of the internet - is in a unique position to do this by: