Defending Your Market-Sensitive Data
CtrlPrint’s high-security adoption includes a variety of defensive measures such as firewalls, intrusion prevention systems, encryption, and access controls that work together to create a layered defence. This approach makes it much more difficult for cyber attackers to gain access to market-sensitive information.
The days of relying solely on firewalls and perimeter defences are long gone.
Our powerful security approach empowers our customers to embrace the benefits of CtrlPrint, allowing for remote working and if you have to move and work without the internet, then CtrlPrint allows for this too.
CtrlPrint’s approach also provides greater visibility into network activity, making it easier to identify potential threats and respond to them quickly.
The elephant in the room
Despite the growing threat of cybercrime and the increasing frequency of high-profile cyber attacks, some companies still have inadequate cybersecurity measures when dealing with market-sensitive data, like annual reports and increasingly ESG reports that contain risk assessments and reportable data. This can be due to a lack of resources, knowledge, or awareness, or simply a reluctance to invest in cybersecurity until a breach occurs.
The ongoing risk factors in cybersecurity for businesses include macroeconomic and geopolitical risks, rapid inflation, supply chain failures, changes to ransomware attacks and payments, scarcity of IT and security talent, reliance on less mature third parties, and targeting the weakest link.
So how can CtrlPrint help?
The camel’s nose approach
The Camel’s nose metaphor serves as a warning to not allow for small security concessions, which can lead to much bigger risks and data loss.
The origin of the metaphor can be traced back to a Middle Eastern folk story in which a camel, seeking shelter from the cold, asks the tent owner if it can put its nose inside. However, the camel then gradually pushes its way inside the tent until it completely takes over the space.
So at CtrlPrint, even the smallest security measures are taken seriously, so we do not have to deal with the bigger challenges, like data breaches.
Since the first code was written in April 1999, we have come a long way and adapted to the constantly changing environment, securely providing our services not just by thinking of yesterday and today, but also what is on the horizon and beyond.
Are you in a regulated market?
We know that the security of your marketing-sensitive data is a critical concern for any industry, but there are some optimisations that are needed in a regulated market. Regulated markets, such as financial services, healthcare, and government, are becoming subject to stricter regulations and compliance requirements.