To respond to increased cyberthreats, enterprises need to form their network's security plan around the idea of pervasive protection, which is based on the notion of a centrally managed security system.
The new IT landscape is more virtual, distributed and increasingly mobile. It's more interconnected with applications talking to each other. Threats are evolving and so is regulatory pressure. All of this creates security compliance challenges.
Pervasive protection encompasses risk management, forensics, identity authentication and risk management to provide a centralized approach to security management that protects your enterprise network in a modern IT landscape.
Isolated, dedicated grounds, telecom grounds -- the performance and, more importantly, safety of data center equipment -- rely on proper grounding.
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