How can Asset Intelligence improve cybersecurity?

CIOs are always looking for ways to improve network security. And according to a recent article by Louis Columbus in Forbes, they are “finding new ways to further improve network security by capitalizing on each IT assets’ intelligence.”

IT assets ideally need to capture real time data, as that is how organisations grow. CIOs and their teams, “are energized by the opportunity to create secured perimeterless networks that can flex in real-time as their businesses grow,” Columbus says, and “having a persistent connection to every device across an organizations’ constantly changing perimeter provides invaluable data for achieving this goal.”

What we are all aiming for is real-time, persistent connections to every device in a network, because that is the foundation of a strong endpoint security strategy. But how we achieve this?

1. Track lost or stolen devices within an organisation’s network and disable them.

2. Enable every endpoint to autonomously self-heal

3. Set the data foundation for achieving always-on persistence by tracking every devices’ unique attributes, identifiers, communication log history and more.

4. Have a real-time connection to every device on a perimeterless network.

5. Build more Asset Intelligence in an organisation, because the more they can predict and detect malware intrusion attempts, block them and restore any damage to any device on their perimeter.

6. Geofencing is a must-have for every organisation now, especially those with a global presence. IT and cybersecurity teams need to track device location, usage and compliance in real-time.

7. Automate customer and regulatory audits, as well as improve compliance by using Asset Intelligence. This will save time for the IT team.

8. Asset Intelligence creates cleaner data systems and this has a direct effect on the customer experience. As Columbus says, “Improving data hygiene is essential for IT to keep achieving their incentive plans and earning bonuses.”

The key thing to remember are ‘data hygiene’, because that is where the improvements to security are to be found. And the organisations that are most efficient at implementing this, will be the winners of pubic trust; a very important thing these days.

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