Powering On the Digital Business Era
George Karidis of CompuCom and Rodel Alejo from Intel to discuss cloud technology services that enable customers to curate best-of-breed offerings and aggregate security data across multiple clients. CompuCom also announced a new SIEM managed security offering based on the Intel platform that takes all the threat events occurring on a network and correlates them to decipher vulnerabilities.
Discover and provision with more success
CompuCom’s Managed SIEM services detect, assess, report and remediate security breaches, utilizing Intel Security tools.
CompuCom is expanding its managed security services through a new partnership with Intel that will allow the $1.9 billion systems integrator to deliver McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM) as a fully cloud-hosted and delivered security information and event management (SIEM) service.
Plano-based CompuCom said today that it has launched a new, cloud-based managed security service, in part of an extension of a partnership with Intel. CompuCom said its new Security Information and Event Management service is powered by technology from Intel Security and Intel.
C-Level Priorities for Cybersecurity in 2016
April 15, 2016 | Post by Pam Baxter | 3 Comments
Now more than ever, cybersecurity awareness and actions need to be top-of-mind for executives in the C-suite. These five tips may help your organization.
Cybersecurity attacks are on the rise, and most companies don’t have the money to hire a full time staff to keep them at bay. Unified Threat Management (UTM) devices, configured by CompuCom, offer a great way to establish a first line of defense across some of the more common forms of attack.
CompuCom is pleased to be positioned Gartner, Inc. in the “Leaders” quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for End-User Outsourcing Services, North America 2014.
This report evaluates IT service providers across two planes; completeness of vision, and ability to execute. Per the report, “Gartner's rigorous and multidimensional Magic Quadrant research process includes evaluation criteria that provide a comprehensive framework, which we have used to analyze the ability of 19 providers to deliver EUO services in North America."