Malicious cyber activity is at an all-time high, as hackers innovate just as quickly, if not quicker than, their organizational counterparts. As these organizations adopt the Internet of Things into their day-to-day operations, more devices, applications and communications are at risk of attack.
The energy sector is particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks due to the high value of energy-oriented data. From executive emails to trade secrets, parties interested in corporate competition, environmental hacktivism and terrorism all have incentive to strike. In such a high threat environment, companies are finding that by outsourcing responsibility to a capable provider, they can help offset this vulnerability.
As the wider business world faces stronger and more frequent cybersecurity threats, corporate decision makers are increasingly looking to consolidate security services on a unified platform. A stitched-together patchwork of disparate products from different security vendors is simply not effective enough to protect against hackers that grow more sophisticated every day. Managers are finding comfort in the accountability they gain from a single contact familiar with their infrastructure and network traffic.
With one of the most robust datasets in the world, AT&T has emerged as a principal vendor for consolidated cybersecurity solutions. The unparalleled visibility of the network offers customers the ability to detect, prioritize, and mitigate threats from all corners of the world.
The energy sector is particularly vulnerable to cyber attacks due to the high value of energy-oriented data.
AT&T approaches security from a holistic standpoint. With AT&T Threat IntellectSM, a foundation of people processes, products and tools is incorporated into the suite of services, forming a security backbone that secures more connections than any communications company in North America.
Here’s how Threat Intellect works:
And now, businesses can gain the power of Threat Intellect with AT&T Threat Manager Log AnalysisSM. The security portal is designed to facilitate easier management and upgrades, and is now recognized for its award-winning dashboard.
Threat Manager Log Analysis incorporates data from its own network, security functions, third parties and the government in order to best serve its customers. This unified approach allows AT&T to lead the charge for data protection in an ever-changing IT security landscape.
Interested in AT&T Threat Manager Log Analysis? Fill out an information form to find out more.
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