The volume of data and information to be processed, made available, transferred and archived grows every day. The increasing IT investments of enterprises make it more important for them to protect their digital capital. Redington provides its customers with all kinds of IT security solutions designed by global brands to offer integrated solutions for corporate needs.


Hybrid Cloud Security

Hybrid cloud security is the protection of the data, applications, and infrastructure associated with an IT architecture that incorporates some degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management across multiple IT environments, including at least 1 cloud—public or private. Hybrid clouds offer the opportunity to reduce the potential exposure of your data. You can keep sensitive or critical data off the public cloud while still taking advantage of the cloud for data that doesn’t have the same kinds of risk associated with it.

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Network Security

"Network security is a broad term that covers a large number of technologies, devices, and processes. In its simplest form, it is a set of rules and configurations designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality and accessibility of computer networks and data using software and hardware technologies. Regardless of its size, industry and infrastructure, every organization needs some degree of network security solutions in order to be protected from ever-increasing cyber threats. Today’s more connected world and changing IT landscape is extending your enterprise network as the adoption of virtualization and cloud technologies grows, and high performance requirements transcend the capabilities of traditional network perimeter defenses. In addition to riskier user behavior and more sophisticated threats including ransomware and zero-day attacks, the increase of connected internet of things (IoT) and industrial IoT devices poses a unique security challenge for enterprises who may find that network-based security is their only protection for these devices for which endpoint security cannot be applied. With a lack of automation, visibility, operational efficiency, and qualified staff to deal with critical threats, traditional defenses and disparate single-technology solutions are insufficient to tackle the massive volume and variety of threats you are facing. Those threats that you are facing can be simplified into three classifications; known, unknown, and undisclosed."


Cyber Security

"Cyber security is the practice of defending computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks. It's also known as information technology security or electronic information security. Cyber security is the application of technologies, processes and controls to protect systems, networks, programs, devices and data from cyber attacks. It aims to reduce the risk of cyber attacks and protect against the unauthorised exploitation of systems, networks and technologies."


Enterprise Security (SIEM)

The security information and event management (SIEM) is defined by customers’ need to analyze security event data in real time, which supports the early detection of attacks and breaches. SIEM systems collect, store, investigate, support mitigation and report on security data for incident response, forensics and regulatory compliance. SIEM technology aggregates event data produced by security devices, network infrastructure, host and endpoint systems, applications and cloud services. The primary data source is log data, but SIEM technology can also process other forms of data, such as network telemetry (i.e., flows and packets). Event data is combined with contextual information about users, assets, threats and vulnerabilities. The data may be normalized, so that events, data and contextual information from disparate sources can be analyzed for specific purposes, such as network security event monitoring, user activity monitoring and compliance reporting. The technology provides real-time analysis of events for security monitoring, query and long-range analytics for historical analysis, and other support for incident investigation and management, and reporting — e.g., for compliance requirements.


Enterprise Service Management

Modern technologies and software that deliver instant access and answers to all aspects of consumer life have become pervasive. Employees expect a similar experience in their day-to-day business life, whether they engage with IT or any of the many other service providers in a company. This includes Human Resources (HR), Legal, Facilities, Education, Security, Sales, Marketing, R&D, and Finance departments. As a consequence, businesses need to rethink their approach to providing employee workplace services. These back office services, for example onboarding a new employee, have been made – and often still are – only available through manual processes including phone calls, emails, or filling in spreadsheets. In the digital world, employees expect easy and instant access to these services through a common service catalog, along with automatically fulfilling their request immediately. Another characteristic of non-IT services is that enterprise services span multiple business functions and typically also include IT services.


Unified Endpoint Management

Unified Endpoint Management is a class of software tools that provide a single management interface for mobile, PC and other devices. It is an evolution of, and replacement for, mobile device management (MDM) and enterprise mobility management (EMM) and client management tools. It provides capabilities for managing and securing mobile applications, content, collaboration and more. It is a single approach to managing all endpoints like smartphones, tablets, laptops, printers, ruggedized devices, Internet of Things (IoT) and wearables.

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Threat Defence

In today’s complex threat landscape, organizations often use a variety of security products to protect against the constant onslaught of threats. These threats are no longer one-to-many, but highly targeted. Managing the complexity and volume of disparate solutions that typically do not integrate becomes a daunting task, and threats growing across your network may remain undetected. Your organization needs to a different and modern security approach. Modern solutions presents security capabilities across multiple solutions, a layered security approach that gives you a better way to quickly protect, detect, and respond to new threats while simultaneously improving visibility and streamlining investigation across your entire IT infrastructure

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Encrypted Traffic Collection

Our brand Corelight has this specific feature, Encrypted Traffic Collection. The package installs on sensors with a few clicks and provides network traffic analysis (NTA) inferences like SSH traffic.

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Open NDR Platform

Our brand Corelight announced an open network detection and response (NDR) platform that will bring a proven open-source design pattern into one unified product for customers. Organizations today are faced with the challenge of limited visibility across distributed locations, or they have built their network infrastructure in the cloud using Google Cloud or other platform providers. With the Corelight Software Sensor and Corelight Cloud Sensor for GCP, customers can now confidently normalize their network visibility across all platforms and truly benefit from Corelight ‘anytime, anywhere. The Corelight Software Sensor is a lightweight standalone application, which can be deployed on any Linux platform, in containers or in the cloud, and is suitable for remote branch offices or low-bandwidth sites. In addition, the Corelight Software Sensor integrates easily with, and provides streaming log support for, Kafka, JSON, Splunk, REDIS, and syslog.


API Access Management

API access is the process of ensuring that calls with authenticated logins can enter APIs. An API gateway is the core of an API management solution. Gateways ensure that API calls are processed appropriately. They also manage the API lifestyle. Furthermore, API products are a good way to control access to a specific bundle of resources.


Idendity Management Solutions

Traditionally, Identity management configurations in organizations run manually by the Information Technology department, which causes a costly and long-lasting process. From this perspective, a people-driven identity management process leads to a significant time-wasting in operations and increases the risks in terms of security policies. Ideal Identity Management (IDM) solution identifies the identity of an employee to all systems automatically from the moment of first-work day. E-mail accounts, group identifications, printer identification, door entry authorizations, coffee vending machine authorizations, ERP, SAP system access rights will be activated automatically. ideal Identity Management (IDM) solution covers the entire identity lifecycle. The system applies automatically on every process like hiring, a new position, substitution, resign and promotion. In the case of seasonally hiring/resign of employees, the identity management system removes the identities and permissions of the relevant employees from all systems. Identity data can be deleted completely or can be disabled periodically.


Single Sign-On

Single Sign-on (SSO) occurs when a user logs in to one application and is then signed in to other applications automatically, regardless of the platform, technology, or domain the user is using. The user signs in only one time, hence the name of the feature (Single Sign-on). For example, if you log in to a Google service such as Gmail, you are automatically authenticated to YouTube, AdSense, Google Analytics, and other Google apps. Likewise, if you log out of your Gmail or other Google apps, you are automatically logged out of all the apps; this is known as Single Logout. SSO provides a seamless experience for users when using your applications and services. Instead of having to remember separate sets of credentials for each application or service, users can simply log in once and access your full suite of applications. Whenever users go to a domain that requires authentication, they are redirected to the authentication domain where they may be asked to log in. If the user is already logged in at the authentication domain, they can be immediately redirected to the original domain without signing in again.