How Communication Service Providers Can Best Deliver Cybersecurity for Small Offices/Home Offices and Consumer Environments

How Communication Service Providers Can Best Deliver Cybersecurity for Small Offices/Home Offices and Consumer Environments

Security-as-a-Service Enables New Revenue Streams

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29-Nov-2023
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Cyberattacks are no longer restricted to large enterprises. As attack vectors diversify, bad actors have plenty of tools at their disposal with which to target small and medium enterprises (SMEs), small offices/home offices (SOHOs), and consumers. SMEs and SOHOs are at a greater disadvantage compared to their larger counterparts since their security relies on limited resources yet faces the same set of risks. Consumers have long associated security with periodically downloading software on their devices—the most ineffective approach to cybersecurity. Geopolitical chaos has disrupted this approach to security where one-time bare minimum action on the part of the users was the norm.

Security vendors now work closely with telcos to distribute and deliver relevant security solutions to SOHOs and consumers. This ensures easy upgrades, updates, and compliance for users. Ease of implementation and advanced security features ensure that SOHOs and consumers are open to handing over security to experts and incurring a reasonable additional cost on their broadband or telephony subscription fees.

Author: Deepali Sathe

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IVendors Facilitate Easy Access to Cybersecurity with New Distribution Approach for SOHOs and Consumers

  • How Communication Service Providers Can Best Deliver Cybersecurity for Small Offices/Home Offices and Consumer Environments
Cyberattacks are no longer restricted to large enterprises. As attack vectors diversify, bad actors have plenty of tools at their disposal with which to target small and medium enterprises (SMEs), small offices/home offices (SOHOs), and consumers. SMEs and SOHOs are at a greater disadvantage compared to their larger counterparts since their security relies on limited resources yet faces the same set of risks. Consumers have long associated security with periodically downloading software on their devices the most ineffective approach to cybersecurity. Geopolitical chaos has disrupted this approach to security where one-time bare minimum action on the part of the users was the norm. Security vendors now work closely with telcos to distribute and deliver relevant security solutions to SOHOs and consumers. This ensures easy upgrades, updates, and compliance for users. Ease of implementation and advanced security features ensure that SOHOs and consumers are open to handing over security to experts and incurring a reasonable additional cost on their broadband or telephony subscription fees. Author: Deepali Sathe
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