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Paradyn COO – Paul Casey

Cyber crime as a service is the new reality, and businesses need to fight back with better defences. They can start by getting back to basics.

Remote working. Previously unknown exploits. Phishing. Smishing. Ransomware. Compliance. It’s a cliché to call the internet the Wild West, perhaps even an insult to the denizens of the old West, but the reality is that businesses today are under extreme pressure to ward off cyber attacks.

Businesses know this, but the question is: do they know how to respond to it?

“There is, I think, a recognition that the threat landscape has changed,” Paul Casey, chief operations officer at network IT and service management solutions company Paradyn, said. Legislation has had an impact, of course, notably the EU’s general data protection regulation (GDPR), which has lit a fire under companies that hold or process customers’ personal data.

“Following on from the likes of GDPR there is a lot more compliance among medium and small enterprises. Of course, large pharma, banking and governments were already used to a level of compliance,” he said.

Casey said that one of the important aspects of GDPR was that companies had to not only do the right thing, but demonstrate good faith. Insurers, too, want to see the right policies in place, otherwise they may adjust rates or even remove cover. “Even from an insurance perspective, businesses are looking to demonstrate that they’ve done the right thing,” he said.

Clearly, then, the pressure is on. There are methodologies out there, though, that can help, notably from the Centre for Internet Security (CIS) and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), adherence to which can give businesses confidence that they are doing things right.

“Were doing a lot with CIS controls. There’s another one, NIST, and there’s also ISO 27001. They all work in similar ways: what they do is allow an organisation to examine and understand everything they do.” Casey said that adherence to these standards led to what he called ‘security hygiene’. “Cyber security hygiene is like personal hygiene: you will be more prone to infection if you are not looking after hygiene,” he said.

Despite the whirlwind of change, businesses have a responsibility to themselves and to their customers, one that is increasingly present in law. “The boundaries have all moved, but the fact is you still have to control things. You need to find out where you’re doing well and where you’re not and work from there,” he said. “That’s where the frameworks come in.”

The goal is a different way of thinking about security, one that means stepping back from saying ‘right, I need another box with lights on it’ and instead looking at the data, systems and network that run a business. ‘It’s really not about putting another box in,” he said.

In fact, businesses often trip up on basic measures including things such as patching and updates. The threat from this seemingly trivial fault is very real indeed and businesses may find they are entirely exposed as a result, especially as so-called ‘zero day’, or novel, exploits are on the rise. “The Chrome browser has had 12 zero day exploits this year alone,” said Casey.

In any case, businesses need to get the basics right before they can move on to more complex measures. As a result, auditing processes is at the top of Paradyn’s list of crucial steps to take in the fight to protect its clients from online criminals.

“If your processes aren’t right, if your users aren’t being trained, and your users on-boarded and off-boarded correctly, then there is a problem. These are things that organisations need to think about and it requires a formalised approach,” he said.

Casey said he is not arguing there is no requirement for new technology, however.

“There are next generation tools with the capability to mitigate against new threats, but if those tools are not implemented in the right way you’re not going to get maximum benefits or, if it’s particularly badly done, you’re leaving yourself open,” he said.

Paradyn also helps to produce reports for internal teams or for businesses own cyber security teams, helping to ease the burden on often already stretched IT staff. “Keeping on top of everything that is changing – the Windows 11 rollout, all of your ongoing projects – is a difficult job as it stands,” Casey said.

But keeping on top of things is essential. A recent report in trade newspaper Computing indicated that it is not only legitimate businesses that are leaning on service providers: strange as it sounds, hackers are now offering criminal gangs ‘exploit as a service’. As a result, the only possible response is to seek external help to fight off the growing threat.

“There’s a massive demand for security services,” Casey said. Little wonder.

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Paradyn and Cisco DUO deliver highest levels of protection

Paul Casey, chief operations officer and Cillian McCarthy, chief executive officer, Paradyn

Paul Casey, chief operations officer and Cillian McCarthy, chief executive officer, Paradyn

Best-in-class Multi-Factor Authentication protects businesses against 99 per cent of automated cyberattacks

A data breach will turn your entire organisation’s online life upside down. Even with reasonable password policies in place, people are still the weakest link in the security chain. Social engineering can convince even the most intelligent people to enter their credentials on a phishing site or give them up over the phone. The solution is Multi-factor Authentication (MFA). Paradyn has collaborated with Cisco to provide Cisco DUO, which verifies user identity and device health at every login attempt, providing trusted access to your applications and proactively reducing the risk of a data breach.

Here are four key ways in which Cisco DUO can keep your organisation secure:

Establish user trust: verify the identity of all users before granting access to corporate applications and resources
Gain visibility into devices: get detailed insight into every type of device accessing your applications, across every platform
Establish device trust: check the security posture and verify trust of all devices, corporate and personally owned, accessing your
applications
Enable secure access to all apps: give your users a secure and consistent login experience to on-premises and cloud applications

MFA will provide your business with over 99 per cent protection against automated cyber-attacks. Cisco DUO is not only an MFA authentication solution, but will begin your journey to a complete zero trust security model that starts with a secure workforce.

“Multi-factor authentication enables IT administrators to rest much easier, knowing that they have deployed a security strategy that protects the company’s platforms and users alike, thus reducing complexity while ensuring access and boosting the flexibility of remote workers”, Cillian McCarthy, chief executive of Paradyn, said.

Paradyn is a leading provider of IT security and consultancy services in Ireland, offering a comprehensive, best-in-class suite of security services to monitor, protect and defend customers against today’s cyber security threats. Through its partnership with Cisco DUO, it provides businesses with a secure remote working environment.

 

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Paradyn and Veeam keep National Concert Hall’s show on the road

National Concert Hall Dublin

Cybersecurity experts implement watertight system for the high-profile venue

Paradyn is one of Ireland’s leading cybersecurity service providers, with a security-first approach to implementation, monitoring and ongoing support. Its team of highly trained network and security consultants deliver best-in-class advice and support, enabling customers to reduce their cyber risk and focus on delivering their core business activities.

As the trusted technology partner of the National Concert Hall, Paradyn has delivered a secure Veeam data backup, storage, and
disaster recovery solution to protect the venue’s Microsoft365 data.

Robust backup and recovery solution

Having recently rolled out Microsoft365 (including Office365) to its entire IT user base, the National Concert Hall required robust backup and recovery for this new deployment. Paradyn designed and implemented a tailored Veeam 365 Backup solution which backs up data for Mail, SharePoint, and Exchange Online.

All National Concert Hall’s M365 data is securely hosted at Paradyn’s data centres through Veeam’s technology, meaning no downtime in the event of an incident, enabling speedy disaster recover and eliminating data loss. Furthermore, the venue has access to a self-service portal where it can carry out information recovery and restores, in cases of accidental or malicious
deletion.

“Having previously worked with Paradyn, we knew we could trust them to deliver on a resilient M365 backup solution”, said Philip Deacon, IT manager at the National Concert Hall. “Hosting a busy programme of events each year with multiple clients, we are confident that company and customer information is secure with backup and disaster recovery in one, so that our business can continue uninterrupted.”

“Veeam is like having an internal backup team and this solution enables us to provide proactive, real-time monitoring to the National Concert Hall,” said Cillian McCarthy, chief executive officer of Paradyn. “It’s not widely known that M365 doesn’t come with backup, which is why a solution such as this is essential for businesses. We have created a secure environment which
enables business continuity and protects against ransomware in a challenging IT landscape.”

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The Security Process with Paul Casey – Paradyn COO

Paul Casey, chief operations officer, Paradyn: ‘A lot of cybersecurity is about getting the boring stuff right’

As anyone in the industry will tell you, there is more to cybersecurity than simply information technology: human factors are the main vector for attack, and, in the world today, the technology is the business.

 

Paul Casey, chief operations officer at Paradyn, said that with its security service practice, the goal is to help its clients with a holistic and best-practice framework to secure business assets and resources.

The bulk of Paradyn’s clients are in the government and enterprise sectors, both areas in which cybersecurity has shot up the agenda of management.

“From an IT or cybersecurity point of view, they tend to be more sophisticated than a mom-and-pop shop on the corner and would tend to have some level of internal IT, whether it’s focused on infrastructure or even has some focus on cybersecurity,” he said.

The company works with its clients to understand the business, where and how it is exposed to threats and then from there develop a strategy for keeping things secure.

Even organisations at this level where security has never been skimped on have had to learn lessons of late. And it is a tale that will be familiar to just about everyone.

“The last 18 months have put the focus on cybersecurity so much. Working practices have changed. Previously, most organisations had everyone inside the castle. Yes, you had some remote workers on the road, but generally you had a lot of control. Then a switch was flicked,” he said.

With the shift to remote work, new opportunities were created not only for businesses to move online and workers to consider relocating, but also for criminals seeking to profit from confusion and uncertainty.

The organised crime aspect of cyberattacks is what is truly different from the past, when hackers worked for bragging rights or simply to be a nuisance.

“Cybercrime is a business and a lot more money is involved [than before]. You can contract and hire ransomware organisations and split the profits. Frankly, it has been commodified,” Casey said.

The rational response to this world of professionalised crime is to accept the arms race is going on and to respond with equally professional countermeasures, he said. However, this requires more than throwing resources at the problem. Instead, the first step is to understand the risk.

“Obviously everybody is worried about ransomware, but it’s at the end of the process. It’s what happens after someone has given away credentials, clicked on something they shouldn’t have or something hasn’t been patched. We’re looking to take a step back and take a deep look at the business.

“It’s easy to get caught up in thinking ‘there’s a shiny firewall I need to buy’ or ‘I can get this software, but, ultimately, cybersecurity is a much wider thing. It’s about company culture, it’s about leadership, and it’s about business processes. A lot of cybersecurity is about getting the boring stuff right,” he said.

Casey recommends businesses look at the Center for Internet Security’s list of Controls, version eight of which is now available free online.

“CIS Controls is a set of best practices, and it forms part of what we use to identify, develop, validate, promote and sustain best practice solutions for cyber defence,” he said.

Paradyn uses a three-stage ‘gap analysis framework’ derived from the CIS Controls, during which it reviews clients’ IT infrastructure estate in order to chart the gaps in not only systems, but also processes and policies.

Casey said that the question of people and processes was too often ignored: “You do need the server guys, you do need the firewall people, but you also need to get the business processes right.”

Of course, with remote working the question of processes becomes even more urgent.

“If you look back ten years ago, what were you securing? You had on-premise users and an on-premise e-mail server, and possibly an on-premise database server. Now you have cloud to manage, possibly multiple ones, plus people all over the place, then the CEO comes down and says they want Outlook Anywhere or Office 365,” he said.

From inventory and control of hardware and software assets up to penetration testing, the right controls help protect organisations, and they also enable compliance with measures such as GDPR.

GDPR, though, is not the be all and end all of data, and issues such as intellectual property should be in the frame.

“GDPR is good, as it brought great emphasis on data, [however], the thing that I talk to companies about is that GDPR is concerned about PII [personally identifying information], but there’s more to data than PII. A lot of organisations put a lot of work into GDPR compliance, but it stops there,” Casey said.

“Cybersecurity is not just three things, it’s a thousand small things,” he said.

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Paradyn secures €2.8 million in managed IT security deals with local authorities across Ireland

Paul Casey, Chief Operations Officer, Paradyn, and Cillian McCarthy, CEO, Paradyn

Paul Casey, Chief Operations Officer, Paradyn, and Cillian McCarthy, CEO, Paradyn

 

Paradyn has completed 14 security deals with local authorities worth €2.8 million in the past year

Paradyn, Ireland’s only end-to-end IT and communications service provider, today announces that it has won €2.8 million in new IT security contracts with local authorities across Ireland over the past year. With an increased need for comprehensive cybersecurity protection for local authority staff and citizens accessing online public services, Paradyn has secured new and enhanced contracts with 14 local authorities across Ireland.

The provider has seen a significant increase in demand for services such as managed firewall, security event monitoring and alerting, integrated network and endpoint security, and security operation centre (SOC) as-a-service.

Paradyn has also launched a new service based on CIS Critical Security Controls, which allows them to deliver a recommended set of actions for improved cyber defence for local authorities that are based on global best practice guidelines. Five local authorities have signed up for this service with combined deal values of over €150K.

The new and enhanced security offerings from Paradyn has helped to allow secure remote working for local authority staff, vastly improved email and web defence, provided proactive and reactive support for IT problems, reduced cyber-attacks, and enhanced protection of citizen data.

By leveraging Paradyn’s expertise in the area of managed IT services, local authorities have also been able to free up their time to focus on key administration and governance tasks, thus allowing them to provide better and more efficient services to citizens. It also mitigates security risks and reduces network downtime, meaning employees and citizens availing of public IT services, such as library or council office Wi-Fi hotspots, can enjoy a safe and secure user experience.

Last year, Paradyn designed and built a Security Operations Centre in Cork to actively monitor, alert and remediate security threats for customers in real-time. Additionally, it also established a TotalView Centre as a response to the significant increase in malicious threats being faced by Irish organisations during the pandemic, particularly with the shift to remote working.

Cillian McCarthy, CEO, Paradyn, said: “It’s reassuring to see that so many local authorities across Ireland are investing in proactive and integrated security defences to protect their systems, data and people. With remote working and online self-service options for the public becoming so important over the past 12 months, local authorities understood that they needed to considerably improve the security protection they offer both staff and citizens.

“We’re delighted that so many local authorities have turned to Paradyn to gain a more proactive and holistic approach to cybersecurity., particularly for CIS Controls which allows them to benchmark their security capabilities against global best practices.

“Over the years we have worked with many local authorities across Ireland, we value their partnerships and always deliver services that match their evolving needs. Our specialist expertise allows us to deliver high-quality managed security services, especially as we face increased security challenges due to changing ways of working and the move to online public services.”

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Paradyn Boosts Connectivity and Security for Donegal County Council

L-R: Fergal Meehan, Head of Sales and Support – Public Sector at Paradyn, pictured at Lough Eske, Co Donegal, with Sean Dunnion, Project Leader Information Systems at Donegal County Council, at the announcement that Paradyn has delivered a new connectivity and cybersecurity solution for Donegal County Council in a deal worth €80,000.

 

Paradyn Boosts Connectivity and Security for Donegal County Council

Ireland’s only end-to-end IT and communications service provider, today announces that it has delivered a new connectivity and cybersecurity solution for Donegal County Council in a €80,000 deal over 3 years.

Following a competitive tender win, Paradyn designed and implemented a robust and high-speed Wide Area Network (SD-WAN), for the Council to deliver greater connectivity across more than 25 office locations, including Lifford, Letterkenny, Donegal Town, Carndonagh and Dungloe. This will enable improved communication and collaboration for the Council′s 900+ employees.

The next-generation technology will also increase productivity, availability and accessibility of vital applications and services for remote workers. In turn, this will enhance the service that the Council provides to 160,000 citizens in Donegal and create a much better user experience for members of the public.

Furthermore, this project has connected Arranmore Island to the Council’s corporate network for the first time ever, establishing a virtual private network (VPN) from the island’s library access point in the Community Centre to the Council’s corporate network. As a result, this connection will deliver greater accessibility to Council services to the island and its inhabitants.

The new network leverages Cisco Meraki enterprise technology and is delivered via a cloud platform. It will strengthen the Council’s security, mitigating the risk of cyber-attacks and delivering more visibility across the network and devices. The solution does not require configuration backups by third parties and gives more control to the IT team who will be able implement changes to the network remotely. Paradyn is also providing proactive support from its Security Operations Centre.

Donegal County Council will reduce its connectivity costs through the unified solution with an expectation to get a full return on its investment over the next two years.

Sean Dunnion, Project Leader Information Systems, Donegal County Council said: “We wanted to ensure that our staff and the public have high quality and secure access to our services across the entire county. This investment helps us to deliver the highest levels of service to our citizens and allows our staff to be more connected, secure and productive – whether they are working from home or in the office.

“By choosing Paradyn as our IT partners, we are futureproofing our services and reinforcing our alignment with the Donegal Digital Action Plan. We are also ensuring that our systems are both accessible and protected in this age of remote working and communication.”
Fergal Meehan, Head of Sales and Support – Public Sector, Paradyn, said: “We are delighted to have won this tender with Donegal County Council. It is already starting to deliver very positive results and is benefitting the Council, its staff and the wider public.

“As well as enabling greater accessibility and productivity, this unified solution delivers extensive insights across all connected devices and seriously strengthens security. With this implementation, Donegal County Council can now enjoy the benefits of a highly connected communications infrastructure which delivers greater capabilities and a higher return on investment.”

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Viatel acquires Irish Telecom Services

Cillian McCarthy, managing director of Paradyn and Irish Telecom Services, with Viatel chief executive Paul Rellis

 

Paradyn announces the sale of Connectivity Group Company Irish Telecom by The Viatel Group

 

Paradyn today announced that The Viatel Group acquired group company Irish Telecom Services Limited. As Paradyn increasingly focuses on end-to-end IT security and managed services, Viatel emerged as the perfect home for Irish Telecom’s connectivity customers.

Irish Telecom customers include well known enterprise clients such as Folens Publishers, Irish Continental and Booking.com along with leading Credit Unions and public sector organisations.

With offices in Dublin and Cork, Irish Telecom Services, trading as Irish Telecom, has been delivering high speed, high performance networks for over eleven years. In 2018, Irish Telecom Services joined forces with Exigent Networks and Netforce to form Paradyn.

Cillian McCarthy, Managing Director of Paradyn and Irish Telecom Services, commented: “We built Irish Telecom into a leading high speed business connectivity provider for the Irish market based on our ethos of putting customer service and quality of connectivity first. Our customers use us for their mission critical business operations. In Viatel they will find a partner that will continue to deliver the quality and service they love, but also offer them excellent onward connections into the UK and Europe. This will allow us to concentrate on our main business of IT, voice and security managed services.”

Making the announcement, Paul Rellis, CEO of Viatel said “I am delighted to welcome Irish Telecom customers to the Viatel family. We are committed to enabling and supporting their plans and ambitions. Together we can build something special. We trust we will delight them with the service and expertise they can expect as Viatel customers.”

About Paradyn – Pardayn is Ireland’s only end-to-end single source provider of ICT, network and telecoms solutions. Working closely with customers, across a range of industries, a highly experienced team build, monitor, support, secure and maintain all aspect of IT, network and telecoms infrastructure.

About Irish Telecom – Irish Telecom was founded in 2009. With offices in Dublin and Cork, Irish Telecom designs networks delivered on carrier grade licensed radio and resilient fibre to guarantee performance and reliability. Irish Telecom clients include leading Irish businesses and bodies such as Folens Publishers, Irish Continental and Booking.com along with leading Credit Unions and public sector organisations.

About Viatel – Viatel is the leading independent, Irish-owned provider of connectivity, cloud and security solutions. Viatel serves respected Irish companies, multinational corporations and public sector bodies. The group employs over 150 people across Ireland with offices in Dublin, Dundalk and Limerick. A Deloitte Best Managed Company, Viatel operates a national and international network alongside a data centre facility located at their Blanchardstown site. Viatel’s valued customers include Centric Health, CPL, Voxpro, Kingston International and the Departments of Agriculture and of Education.

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Paradyn provides advanced cybersecurity solution for Cork County Council in €500K deal

Pictured at the announcement that Paradyn has implemented an advanced cybersecurity and network solution for Cork County Council in a €500,000 deal, are (L-R): Eileen Kelly, Cyber and IT Security Programme Manager, Cork County Council; and Paul Casey, Chief Operations Officer, Paradyn.

 

Paradyn provides advanced cybersecurity solution for Cork County Council in €500K deal

Paradyn, Ireland’s only end-to-end IT and communications service provider, today announces that it has implemented an advanced cybersecurity and network solution for Cork County Council in a €500,000 deal over the next three years. Having won a competitive tender process, Paradyn will provide security operation centre (SOC) as-a-service and network support to the council to help mitigate cyber risk for the local authority.

Paradyn’s provides local and wide area networks (WAN) for Cork County Council, connecting its central office to its 100 regional office locations, as well as public libraries, fire stations and civic amenities throughout the county. The cybersecurity solution will help to protect users across one of the biggest wireless networks in Ireland.

Paradyn’s dedicated cybersecurity team provides the council with 24/7 network monitoring from its recently launched TotalView Operations Centre based in Little Island, Cork. This proactive monitoring enables Cork County Council to quickly identify and resolve potential security risks or breaches before significant amounts of sensitive data can be compromised.

The enhanced cyber defence mitigates security risks and reduces network downtime so council staff and citizens availing of public IT services, such as library or council office Wi-Fi hotspots, can enjoy a more reliable user-experience. Paradyn’s security team leverages the latest Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) software to identify, monitor, record and analyse security events anywhere on the council’s network in real time.

Outsourcing the management and security of its network to Paradyn has reduced the time spent by the council’s IT team on network upkeep by more than one-quarter – enabling it to focus on value-adding IT projects that enhance public services.

In designing the network and security infrastructure, both Paradyn and Cork County Council implemented Centre for Internet Security (CIS) Controls – a set of prioritised security actions based on global consensus of best practice. Ranging from malware, email and web defences to employee awareness training and penetration testing, the controls help to protect the council against the most widespread cyber-attacks while aiding regulatory compliance with measures such as GDPR.

Eileen Kelly, Cyber and IT Security Programme Manager, Cork County Council, said: “The nature of cyber-attacks has evolved to a point where reactive security measures alone are not enough. The proactive network monitoring provided by Paradyn enables us to keep a close eye on incidents on our network so we can identify issues before they have time to cause potentially huge financial and reputation damage.

“Cybercriminals often target their attacks in out-of-office periods and it wasn’t feasible for us to internally monitor our network around the clock. Paradyn’s SOC-as-a-service means we have a cost-effective, 24/7 cyber defence in place. Our IT team can instead focus their efforts into enhancing the quality of our online services and user-experience for staff and members of the public right across the county.”

Paul Casey, Chief Operations Officer, Paradyn, said: “By implementing global best practice controls, Cork County Council has taken a responsible and holistic approach to their security set-up. We’ve helped the council to navigate this journey to a robust level of IT security that will benefit all those who avail of the council’s services, as well as every employee using the council network daily. Our advanced cybersecurity support is ideally suited for local authorities. We will seek to implement this solution and emulate the strong example laid out by Cork County Council with other councils throughout Ireland.”

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Phone: 01–299 3950

Paradyn launches TotalView Operations Centre

TotalView Security Operations Centre

Paradyn’s Paul Casey (Chief Operations Officer) and Rob Norton (Chief Technical Officer) at the TotalView Operations Centre launch.

Paradyn launches TotalView Operations Centre and Security Services

The launch of Paradyn’s new network and security operations centre has been brought forward by two months in response to the significant increase in malicious threats being faced by businesses during Covid-19.

Based in Little Island, Co. Cork, the Paradyn TotalView Operations Centre will give customers a complete view of their infrastructure and the cyber threat landscape. From the dedicated centre, Paradyn’s security team can provide 24/7 network monitoring, rapid remediation of cybersecurity threats, real-time analysis and detailed reporting of network events, as well as vulnerability and penetration scanning.

Paradyn partnered with global security experts, such as Cisco and Manage Engine, in developing the leading edge security facility. The centre is result of a €250,000 investment, through which Paradyn also created five new security analyst roles.

“Cybercriminals are thriving in the COVID-19 remote working world and businesses are experiencing significant increases in remote access, phishing and social engineering threats,” said Rob Norton, chief technical officer, Paradyn. “Criminals are targeting weak security on personal devices connected to company networks and we have seen several instances where they have targeted corporate and sensitive financial data, such as banking information, login credentials, as well as personal data.”

The new facility will bolster Paradyn’s managed service capability and help Irish businesses remain secure against an increasing volume of cyber-threats. With many businesses currently reliant on remote working solutions, Paradyn said its new centre will enable proactive monitoring of the potential cyber-threats associated with remote working. This includes the overview of mobile device management solutions, which ensure that staff working from home can only access the company network through an authorised and secure device.

Over the next two years, the end-to-end IT and communications service provider expects to generate an additional €2.5 million revenue from the services enabled by the Paradyn TotalView Operations Centre.

Norton continued: “The Paradyn TotalView Operations Centre gives organisations a 360 degree view of their network through our SIEM & SOC modules. With this investment, we have significantly enhanced our threat readiness so our customers can benefit from the latest security tools and be more confident that their data and systems will remain protected throughout COVID-19.

“Even prior to the current crisis, we have seen a prolonged growth in demand for managed cybersecurity services. As cyber-threats increase in both volume and sophistication, it is becoming more complex than ever to keep businesses protected. Organisations can avoid an expensive and never-ending arms race with cybercriminals by leveraging the expertise and advanced technologies of a security specialist like Paradyn. In doing so, they can focus on their core business, assured that they are well secured to face the complex challenges of the modern workplace.”

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Email: info@paradyn.ie

Phone: 01–299 3950