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Computacenter examines security cycle to help organisations prevent cyber crime

London, United Kingdom – WEBWIRE

According to Computacenter, organisations must understand the true end-to-end visibility of the security cycle to prevent cyber crime, whereby organisations must detect, block, and remediate risks faster than ever.
It has been noted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies that there is an annual loss of $300bn globally from cyber crime. With these relentless cyber threats emerging, organisations must grasp the true end-to-end visibility of the security cycle.
A new report published by Computacenter, ‘Close the Security Gap with a Unified Approach’, examines how organisations can maximise protection throughout the security cycle.
To ensure improvement efforts are focused on the right areas, organisations must first understand where they are and where they want to be with their security position. They need to assess. They need to audit. And they need to act.
With security no longer constrained by any perimeter, these activities must encompass a wide range of risks across a wide range of end-points. Given such complexity, it’s not surprising that a quarter of organisations have never carried out any form of security risk assessment.
Working with an external partner will not only simplify but also accelerate the assessment process - and the closing of any gaps. Security assessments should span each stage of the attack cycle - before, during and after – and pinpoint areas for improvement.
To understand the security cycle and preventions of cyber crime, download Computacenter’s report here
For more information regarding Computacenter and its expertise in IT security, visit


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