Identifying Threats in the Network with Digital Defense’s Frontline.Cloud Solution | Press Release

Identifying Threats in the Network with Digital Defense’s Frontline.Cloud Solution

Posted on September 8, 2021 | Cybersecurity

The onset of the pandemic and subsequent boom in remote working forced many organizations to accelerate their digital transformation programs. But in the rush to migrate to the cloud and against a backdrop of evolving cyber threats, are organizations leaving themselves vulnerable to cyber-attacks? 

In Enterprise Talk, Mieng Lim, Vice President of Product Management, at Digital Defense by HelpSystems, explains how the software platform Frontline.Cloud helps security teams swiftly identify the vulnerabilities which pose the most risk, allowing them to prioritize remediation efforts and strengthen cybersecurity. 

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