Stickman launches Cyber Security as a Service (CSaaS) Offering
Australian Cyber Security firm Stickman has announced the launch of their Cyber Security as a Service offering.
Stickman has operated in Australia since 2007 as a specialised provider of cyber security consulting and professional services. Over the past few years, Stickman has responded to customer demand by opening a 24x7x365 Security Operations Centre. This allows Stickman to extend their full capability to organisations by providing ongoing Managed Security services.
Local market demand for specialist cyber security services has multiplied three-fold, thanks to recent legislative changes. Australian legislation; the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme introduced in February 2018, puts pressure on businesses to keep cyber security under control. Internationally, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) released in May 2018, has also put intense pressure on enterprises with clients around the world, especially insurance, banking, and healthcare organisations.
Most mid-sized Australian enterprises have the need for multiple cyber security skillsets, from the strategic and business capability of a Chief Information Security Officer, down to basic but essential skills such as endpoint security threat monitoring.
Thanks to an endemic skills shortage, and the cost of retaining all these roles in-house, few businesses are able to create an internal cyber security team that is cost-effective and equipped to deal with the ever-evolving threat landscape.
Stickman Cyber Security as a Service was custom-built to fit this need, by allowing businesses to scale their cyber security team to business needs.
From common threats to sophisticated targeted cyber attacks, Stickman’s managed network security services combine elite threat intelligence, advanced detection technology, and expert security analyst coverage, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.