Computing Asset Controls
Providing protection of your endpoints and technical assets to New Zealand organisations.
With the exception of denial-of-service style attacks, the ultimate target of any adversary in New Zealand is to gain unauthorised access to a piece of technology - with the goal of executing a specific motive such as data theft, espionage, extortion and others.
In a contemporary organisation our computing assets are more diverse, and in more locations, than ever:
These computing assets are potential targets of a significant number of adversary tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs). They need to be equipped with technical controls to identify, prevent and respond to threats on a 24x7 basis.
Tesserent recommends that all computing assets implement a critical product control to provide 24x7 capability in New Zealand to prevent known threats, deliver Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) monitoring, control the usage of USB ports and provide near real-time ability to detect the ongoing challenges of the vulnerability management landscape. This capability needs to be highly integrated with remote 24x7 threat hunting, managed detection & response (MDR) as well as Incident Response (IR) capabilities.
Tesserent delivers this capability with our curated critical product control partners who, individually, represent the industry’s market-defining technology controls and are backed by our onshore team of technical experts.
Tesserent is a full-service cybersecurity and secure cloud services provider, partnering with clients from all industries and all levels of government. Let’s talk.