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Re-shaping Security for The Digital Workplace with Skyhigh Security

In the old days, employees connect to the corporate network protected by well-defined parameters. Branch offices maintained expensive private network connection to the data center, while remote worker connects via VPN. Heavy administrative tasks were needed for on-prem maintenance, making matters inefficient and ineffective.


Digital transformation is inevitable

In today’s world, people want to get connected seamlessly anytime, anywhere. Internet traffic is increasing drastically, while organisations continue to adopt cloud application and storage.

As more workloads operate on the cloud, allowing users to connect directly to the cloud greatly improves efficiency & productivity. This also means that datacenters’ visibility and control become more challenging. More connected devices with IoT translate to a bigger attack surface area exposed to vulnerabilities.

How do you then find a balance between what worked before and what needs to happen to succeed in the new present? How should you organize work for a distributed workforce?


Digital transformation comes with risks

Here are some of the typical threats or risks in the Digital Workplace today:

  • Ransomware/ Malware/ Virus
  • Phishing & Spam
  • Lack of Security Awareness
  • Unsanctioned Apps and BYOD
  • Unauthorized Access
  • Zero Day Threats
  • Elevated Privileges
  • Regulatory and Compliance
  • Data Leakage

Contact your local Ingram Micro sales representative or product manager to better understand each of them and the impacts they pose to your business.


Solutions Required for Digital Workplace

The cybersecurity experts at Ingram Micro have designed use cases for the digital workplace to demonstrate the enforcement of identity identification, access control, data protection, threat protection and incident automation through integration of several solutions.

Below is a summary of the Use Cases and accompanying Key Objectives to be achieved for each demo:

  1. Identity and endpoint compliance
    Enforce user and device compliance and manage access for managed and unmanaged devices to cloud services
  2. Manage and mitigate risk of internet browsing
    Enforce web access policy across all managed devices
  3. Deny access to non-permitted O365 tenant
    Apply tenant restriction and only allow access to approved O365 services
  4. Manage user accessing to risky websites
    Redirect unknown/risky internet browsing to isolation gateway
  5. Data protection for cloud storage
    Automate data classification and labelling
  6. Data protection for email
    Email detection based on AIP labels or contents