Technology and telecom security and asset protection
Technology and telecommunication organizations provide innovation that, in most cases, are an intrinsic part of the daily lives of people all around the world. Almost as fast as technology is evolving, so is the threat landscape. From insider threats to protection of employees and assets, tech and telecom physical security teams need a more holistic view of threats to mitigate risk and minimize losses.
Keep company assets and sensitive information safe and secure
Detect insider threats early
Insider threats — whether intentional or accidental — can cause damage to your company’s reputation, lead to loss of intellectual property, cause physical damage and have massive monetary consequences. With many employees having access to sensitive data, it is more important than ever to have tech / telecom security software and protocols in place to detect threat indicators early and hone in on malicious activity or identify human error that could negatively impact the business.
Improve security operations
As the threat of access to systems and data becomes more sophisticated and the risk for harm increases, organizations need to have a proactive approach to protecting the bottom line. By proactively looking for and detecting potential telecommunication security threats, security teams can leverage advanced technology to focus on the critical signals and minimize risks.
Proactively manage threats
Keep principals and employees safe no matter where they are and stay ahead of threats with a corporate security program to proactively identify threats, mitigate risks and keep people out of harm’s way. Actively monitor persons of interest (POIs) and their activities and stay informed when on-the-go with mobile capabilities.
The estimated annual cost from IP theft and loss is between $225B and $600B.
THE COMMISSION OF THEFT AND AMERICAN IP, 2017
C-level executives were twelve times more likely to be the target of social incidents and nine times more likely to be the target of social breaches than in years past.