Last week, the 2023 Scale-Up Awards took place at Novotel London West, concluding months of nominations and judging for this years’ most successful entrepreneurs and scale-up organisations. Naturally, we were extremely happy to be in attendance, but it turned out to be a very successful night...
As you may have seen in the press earlier this year, Stripe OLT recently achieved two crucial Microsoft certifications, in both Modern Work and Security. As such, we’re very proud to announce our cyber security team’s latest achievement - the Microsoft Security Threat Protection specialisation.
CISOs and IT leaders are tasked with the critical responsibility of safeguarding their organisations against an ever-increasing array of threats, all while striving to optimise costs and drive business growth. This is where Unified Extended Detection and Response (XDR) and Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) come into play...
In a recent threat brief from Microsoft, titled ‘Anatomy of a modern attack surface’, the security powerhouse delves into the threats and trends which impact the 6 main attack surfaces in an organisation: email, identity, endpoint, IoT, cloud, and external.
Penetration testing enables organisations to scrutinise the resilience of essential business tools like Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Azure, providing insights into potential security loopholes and bolstering defence mechanisms against cyber threats.
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