Securing the Distributed WorkforcePaul Martini of iboss Cybersecurity on the 'Elastic Container'
Today's distributed enterprise faces two key challenges: Provide top-notch cybersecurity and ensure a seamless user experience. Paul Martini, CEO and co-founder of iboss Cybersecurity, discusses a new strategy designed to meet both goals.
The problem is that employees work everywhere today - at home, on the road, in different geographic regions, on multiple devices - and yet that data protection and user experience both need to be on par with what one would find in a corporate office.
"You want the user not only to have the same consistent experience while they surf the web, use email or use cloud applications," Martini says. "But you also want them to be just as secure."
Organizations historically have tried different approaches to ensuring security and a consistent user experience. But iboss, with its "elastic container," believes it has found a unique new strategy.
In an interview about securing the distributed workforce, Martini discusses:
- The challenge of providing both security and seamless user experience;
- The iboss 'elastic container' approach to security;
- How to overcome the challenges of complexity and legacy systems.
As CEO and co-founder of iboss Cybersecurity, Paul Martini pioneered the award-winning iboss Secure Web Gateway (SWG) and has furthered iboss' position as a leading security innovator with the introduction of FireSphere and iboss Cloud.