Security is always excessive until it’s not enough.
Robbie Sinclair Head of Security, Country Energy NSW Australia
For a business that’s evaluating a cutting-edge technology, how a solution provider protects and secures information needs to be answered transparently, coherently, and completely. Otherwise, the risk of a major data breach is only a matter of when, not if.
Of equal importance is a company’s ability to ensure privacy. Given strict and diverse regulatory frameworks, it’s imperative for a solution provider to demonstrate future-proofed and comprehensive privacy protocols.
With the emergence of the Cloud, the narrative emphasis has been on cybersecurity, but secured data demands a turnkey, future-proofed approach.
Learn how Ushur is committed to providing the highest level of service for security and privacy design. Our complete solutions for intelligent automation attract and retain Global 2000 enterprises because we innately understand security and reflect that in our people, processes, and technology.
In this overview, we discuss both the challenges of delivering security and our comprehensive prevention, detection, mitigation, and management strategy, broadly covering the following topics:
Vendor and Third-party Security, Privacy, & Compliance Management
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