Security Business

MAR 2019

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March 2019 / www.SecurityInfoWatch.com / Security Business 33 » Rob Simopoulos is a Co- Founder of Defendify (www. defendify.io), which provides an all-in-one cybersecurity platform. Over 20-plus years in the security industry, Simopoulos has been an entrepreneur, receiving numerous awards and recognition. Reach him at rsimopoulos@ defendify.io, or call 888-508-9221 x 101. purchasing cybersecurity providers, bringing the mixture of electronic security and cybersecurity together. eese integrators' lineups not only include traditional security solutions, such as cameras and access control, but also a portfolio of managed cyber- security products and services. Cybersecurity is a diverse prac- tice, and it involves much more than just technology implemen- tation. ere is no technology "silver bullet" that can protect against all cybersecurity threats; thus, providing a comprehensive solution is the correct approach. Beyond technology, these all-en- compassing solutions include multiple layers: • Cybersecurity assessments which detail an organization's strengths and weaknesses; • Technical testing, including penetration testing by certified ethical hackers who attack net- works and systems to see if they can exploit a weakness; • Comprehensive employee training to turn all employ- ees into front line defenders in identifying fraud and phishing attacks; and • Cybersecurity policy and plan development to set the guide- lines to employees and contrac- tors and to prepare in case of an incident. Employing a comprehensive, ongoing approach is now critical to keeping organizations safe. As a trusted IT-centric systems inte- grator, you can begin by provid- ing a handful of these layers as you enter the market and develop your cybersecurity offering. Outside of an acquisition, part- nering with a cybersecurity ven- dor as a start can be a great step. ey can provide the solutions you need and assist in training on how to successfully market cyber- security to your customer base. Request information: www.SecurityInfoWatch.com/10215627 e opportunity is out there and growing fast – start the conversation now. Tim O'Reilly once said: "What new technology does is create new oppor- tunities to do a job that customers want done." Ask your customers about their cybersecurity needs, and perhaps you can carve a solution to help. ■

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