The Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise approach to security ensures that digital interactions are effective and compliant with industry standard regulations.
Organisations require a secure infrastructure that supports all aspects of their business including secure IoT connectivity, policy management for users and devices, applications such as communications and collaboration, and workflow automation. Reducing the risks introduced by Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), Internet of Things (IoT), shadow IT and Cloud solutions is the challenge.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Privacy by Design approach allows you to control the data, devices, and shared online services. Ensure a secure environment that meets compliancy standards such as the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Identify and manage different types of data, including personal data consistent with ISO27001.
Privacy by Design
Security interview with Vincent Lomba
ISO 27001 certified
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise is ISO27001 certified. See more on the compliance webpage.
On top of security needs, businesses and services must now cope with a fast shift from on-site to a remote work. The need of Work-From-Home solutions dramatically increases when confronted with a Health or climate crises, public safety threats, which requires new cybersecurity approaches.
Your data security is your most critical strength
Exponential growth work-from-home and cyberattacks via ransomware or phishing are making data protection a strategic priority for private and public organisations. Data privacy is a public concern for everyone working digitally today; people want to control their data and how it is used.
Organisations everywhere worked to comply with privacy regulations, be it the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or ePrivacy regulations. Regulations linked to cybersecurity are also evolving worldwide. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise provides a four-step approach, Privacy by Design, that sets the pace to build and maintain an efficient and legally-compliant digital infrastructure.
The Privacy by Design approach steps are:
- Build a trusted collaboration infrastructure
While building your collaboration infrastructure, you need to ensure the foundation is secured, that you are assisted by a technical partner that will accompany you during implementation and after implementation to ensure continuous security.
- Study the impact on the company and its ecosystem
Businesses must be ready to respond to data requirements and requests of data reports. You must control and know well your data cartography and processing.
- Adopt the latest digital trust standards
After building and studying the infrastructure, meeting regulations standards is a mandatory step to be compliant, which will increase your clients’ and employees’ trust in you. The zero trust approach prevents non-secured devices and content from entering your systems.
- Combine key factors of a successful implementation
The last step is the definition of rules, further analysis and archiving. Once you are compliant with the regulations and standards, maintain this compliance in the long-term thanks to built-in security and flexible models.
Build strong foundations for a secure environment
With the continuous rising number of connected devices, the Internet of Things is pervasive in our digital environment. In the most recent years, Finance and Insurance, Healthcare, and Education have been identified as the most targeted industries in term of cybercriminal activity. Consequently, cybersecurity has never been so critical in companies’ strategic plans, as damage caused by cyberattacks can be significant.
Building a secure network environment to protect data is a must. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise guarantees that its solutions are secure by design, which simplifies the business task of tracking their cybersecurity strategy. Whether you go for a risk-based security plan or you want to comply with the 4 pillars “Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability and Non-repudiation”, make sure your solutions are built with security in mind from the core network to the application.
ALE-IDC cybersecurity insights
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Smart Campus Foundations
Secure your campus
Your network must have a multi-layer, cybersecurity plan with a wealth of security features and certifications to protect your campus assets and reputation. This depth of security is accomplished by correctly authorizing network access, auditing traffic for anomalies, and automatic quarantine of any misbehaving devices or users.
Protect your healthcare network
How hospitals, clinics and aged care facilities can minimize cybersecurity vulnerabilities. In this paper, Silvia Piai, Research Director at International Data Corporation (IDC) shares insights on the forces changing today’s healthcare cybersecurity requirements and recommends strategies healthcare organisations can adopt and technologies they can deploy to keep data and systems secure in the age of digital transformation.
Here’s why customers choose ALE
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise responds to the security challenge in two ways:
With solutions that are designed to be data safe:
- Built-in Denial of Service (DoS) protection
- Available on premises or in the cloud
- With redundant and resilient solutions
- Using private network and protected accesses
- Enabling the use of firewalls, VPN and proxies
With precise and complete processes:
- With mandatory ISMS
- With mandatory code review
- Making regular pentests with minimal protected environment
- Establishing strong rules for access management (role based, need to know basis)
- PSIRT / CERT
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