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Address today’s complex challenges by enhancing your security strategy to enable speed and innovation. Explore products and services that can move your business forward.

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How IBM helps Respond to ransomware

Proactively manage, respond to and recover from security vulnerabilities with AI-powered automation and managed services while detecting and eliminating threats faster with the IBM Security® software suite.

Eliminate threats faster
Protect data across any cloud

Data and applications are spread across various environments and endpoints. As data footprints expand, so do vulnerabilities and threats. Secure your data with IBM Security Guardium® and IBM's cloud security services.

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Secure remote workers and consumers

Provide a secure, low-friction experience for every user, asset and data interaction. Empower users by implementing identity, access, device and endpoint management and secure access service edge (SASE).

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Transform your cybersecurity strategy

Assess, build and manage security transformation that aligns with your business initiatives. Address the skills gap, manage security threats and unify your security priorities to accelerate business growth.

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Make security a company-wide responsibility

Realize the value of zero trust for your business — no matter what role you play

Security that works for CISOs CISOs are handling increased data growth across distributed IT environments, with increasing risk from attacks, all while managing audits and maintaining privacy and regulatory compliance. Security leaders can depend on a zero-trust approach to address disjointed security solutions and the widening skills gap. Bring security innovation into the boardroom by connecting security to the business’ bottom line. Learn more about zero trust

Security that works for CIOs CIOs need a security strategy that quickly connects employees to resources. With a hybrid cloud infrastructure secured with a zero-trust strategy, teams can integrate native cloud security controls, build applications securely, manage the software supply chain, and secure cloud workloads. Learn more about zero trust

Security that works for CTOs CTOs need to prioritize data privacy as they transform technology strategies. From data discovery and classification of your critical assets to providing ongoing protection and management across areas, a zero-trust approach can help with data loss prevention (DLP) and key management and encryption so CTOs can confidently invest in business growth. Learn more about zero trust

Looking for answers on security for hybrid cloud?

Does zero trust mean that I need to move everything to the cloud?

Not at all. Zero trust is an architectural approach based on three core principles: least privilege, continuous verification and assume breach. Those principles can be applied across any type of environment. There is no need for your security capabilities, nor the underlying workloads and data they protect, to reside in the cloud.  Explore solutions here.

What’s the best approach to defining the right access policies for my organization?

Access policies should be based on the zero-trust principle of establishing least privilege —in other words, users should be given the minimum level of access required to get their job done. By minimizing access to data, applications, workloads and systems, you can minimize your overall attack surface. A zero-trust security strategy can help organizations increase their cyber resiliency and manage the risks of a disconnected business environment, while still allowing users access to the critical resources. Explore solutions here.

How can I keep our business secured as shadow IT increases?

Cloud-delivered applications and services provide tremendous benefits and business agility for all parts of your organization. Often the increased usage of these services is driven by shadow IT. Through a successful zero-trust framework — offering increased visibility, inline security controls and increased risk prevention — you can experience the benefits of cloud without slowing or restricting productivity gains. Consider integrating tools for adaptive access, data loss prevention and cloud access security brokers (CASB).  Explore solutions here.

Is it possible to integrate security across multiple clouds and on-premises systems?

Integrating security in a hybrid multicloud environment is both possible and highly recommended. But it requires more than simply adding controls and point solutions. To manage a cohesive hybrid multicloud security program, you need central visibility and control. Whether public or private, your cloud environments should have embedded security controls for identity, data, workloads and network. Make sure these controls align with your on-premises security capabilities and integrate with existing solutions such as your threat management program.  Explore solutions here.

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Who are we working with?

Commercial International Bank enhances processes and security while moving toward zero trust
Data Action hosts an IBM QRadar SIEM solution on high-performance IBM FlashSystem storage
ANDRITZ and IBM Security Services speed threat detection and response
Credico Security utilizes unified endpoint management to enable 100% tablet policy compliance

Be open. Be secure. Be confident.

IBM’s hybrid cloud strategy powered by zero trust can protect your data, your people and your reputation by bringing security to every user, every device and every connection – every time. We’ll help you integrate tools and unify processes for comprehensive, predictive security as you grow.