With the incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becoming law in May 2018 it has never been a more precarious time for organisations to have a lack of control of their data.

Historically, however, knowing exactly what data an organisation had, who was accessing it and where it was being accessed from has been the purview of only the largest companies. Smaller and Midsize companies who did not have the luxury of experienced security professionals and dedicated security tools were left to wonder.

But with GDPR holding all companies financially liable for data breaches with fines up to €20 Million, size is no longer a defence. Using elements of Microsoft’s Secure Productive Enterprise product suite and Core’s own security expertise we can help you take back control of your data and ensure that you don’t end up a cautionary tale.

During the course of Core’s assessment we will cover Managed Security Lifecycle and how a typical managed security engagement with Core would look at a high level. We will cover:

Identify – Security is not a ‘One size fits all’ proposition. In order to maximise the return on investment in security the solution must determine the security needs of the business and balance those with maintaining a productive workforce. Core’s experienced security professionals can help with defining and writing the policies required to be the solid foundation of any security program.

Protect – How Core uses Microsoft technology to provide up front protection in the form of encryption and multifactor authentication.

Detect – How Core utilises the Microsoft combined ecosystem to correlate across multiple sources and determine when the data is under attack.

Respond – How Core’s experienced security professionals conduct incident response for threats to the system.

Recovery – How Core uses Microsoft technology to ensure that in a worst case scenario, your systems and data are back up and running in the shortest time possible.