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In the Cybersecurity team here at Charterhouse, we’re seeing a bit of a trend emerge when speaking with organisations about identifying their security challenges and managing risk.

It’s interesting (but perhaps unsurprising?) that when discussing this as a team, more often than not we are hearing 3 of the same concerns come up regularly in these discussions with IT and Security professionals.

• Securing user identity and preventing credential theft

• Stopping malware delivery through encrypted traffic

• Prevention of zero day attacks

I think it’s fair to say that there’s a unilateral appreciation that risk is increasing, that it’s becoming ever more challenging to protect using the traditional methods, and that the number of tools organisations are having to deploy is increasing too?

With the prevalence of attack automation, the sheer volume of attacks now taking place, and the ever-changing threat landscape, a consistent approach to network security is now more important than ever.

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