1 License per each device protected, per month - includes Monitoring and Remediation 7 x 24 x 365
No longer do organisations or individuals have to manage multiple security products in an attempt to protect their IT infrastructures and data.
Peregrine Defence from KNet is changing the way security Protects, Detects and Mediates threats. The need to purchase different solutions and hardware to perform individual functions in protecting your networks and data can now be done by simply using Peregrine Defence from KNet as a service.
You need only subscribe to Peregrine Defence from Knet as a service and each device you need protected is on-boarded for the cost of 1 license per each device charged per month. You can add and reduce the number of devices to be protected as desired.
You don't need to employ security engineers or monitoring solutions as the cost for the license includes 7 x 24 x 365 monitoring, patching and remediation.
Peregrine Defence from KNet manages the entire attack continuum:
Peregrine Defence from KNet enables IT Support and Staff to use technology to its fullest.
Enable your people to use your application and do their Jobs and grow the business with technology. Unfortunately because of the threat to networks infrastructures and business data, IT support teams build bigger walls in an attempt to protect these environments and this stops people from using the technology to its fullest advantages. Peregrine Defence from KNet is an enabler to IT support teams and to those they support in growing business by taking advantage of the technology in their organisation or business.
Peregrine Defence from KNet improves detection time
The industry standard for detection of a threat inside an environment is up to 100 days. Peregrine Defence from KNet has a 98% detection time of 13 hours !!
What Peregrine Defence from KNet protects
Peregrine Defence from KNet is a consumption based solution you only pay for the Licensing of devices protected
Michael Dickerson - Director, Global Product & Marketing - KNet
The recent fire in a telephone exchange in Parklea west of Sydney's CBD has had a severe impact on the viability to business in the effected area and may even cause some to close their doors permanently.
With all services types effected, telephony, internet, mobile and data services. The outage crippled parts of Norwest Business Park. This Business Park is one of the largest Commercial Business Parks in Australia and when writing this post, it will be a week since the fire and some businesses are still without services.
In today's competitive global market all businesses are totally dependant on technology and the technology providers that include carriers and content providers delivering a service that allows their clients to present a 24 x 7 "open for business" product. This weeks disaster will be an "extinction event" for some, and it is totally out of their control.
For those businesses who have their data systems on premises their local employees can still work, but no email, internet or telephony and the remote branches or mobile workers will have no access.
For those who have their systems hosted in the cloud their local staff can work from home and the remote branches and mobile workers still work as normal.
If the business is using unified or hosted voice then this also is accessible with calls able to be redirected to other branches or mobile worker agents working from home.
So, for those businesses who have embraced shifting their business into the cloud and giving their staff the flexibility to be mobile (work from anywhere), this event has not disadvantaged their clients or business.
If you are reading this and are not effected by this outage, but have not moved to a cloud solution or service, either hybrid or totally, rethink your strategy.
Of course this is no silver bullet in protecting your business as there are a number of other factors you need to consider when doing an operational continuity strategy.
So, to put your business in a position to survive a catastrophic event like this you need to consider and act to allow your business to operate from anywhere, this means calls easily being diverted and staff being able to access your business systems from anywhere.
As mentioned, this is single factor in protecting your Business there are also Cyber and onsite and offsite backups factors to name a few - but that is another post..
Jeff Whitton - CEO - KNet.
KNet is now recruiting experienced and graduate IT people to join our team. We want to hear from qualified people with the forte of Information Technology.
KNet has an immediate need for certified persons in –
Please send your expressions of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
You must be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident to apply.