Advanced Defense for IT Systems
North Sioux City, S.D., April 5, 2021 – The information and cybersecurity industry is changing. The shift to cloud services resulting from increased digitization and digital transformation, as well as the rapid transition to a largely remote workforce, the explosion of IoT, combined with threats increasing in sophistication and volume, have all disrupted the security landscape and increased risks. Brad Moore, CEO of South Dakota-headquartered Sterling, says, “Centralized data centers and enterprise networks are not going to disappear any time soon, but there is a growing need to address the complexities of today’s decentralized security landscape with access, data, and services now placed at the edge.” Sterling has launched a new cybersecurity practice to address the gaps between traditional security solutions and modern security requirements.
A thought leader and trusted player in the information and cybersecurity industry, Sterling will utilize its strong partnerships with industry-leading OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) and secure supply chain to provide secured customized solutions. Sterling’s cybersecurity practice will focus on alignment with industry-standard frameworks such as US NIST, Zero Trust architectures (ZTA), remote workforce security, threat hunting and anomaly detection, ransomware mitigation and cyber-defense technologies. Working to align an organization’s business strategy and objectives with information and cybersecurity strategies, Sterling aims to reduce risk while deploying security as a business enabler.
“Sterling’s Cybersecurity Team designs solutions and services that help our clients understand their vulnerabilities and risk, protect their information assets, detect threats and anomalies, and recover from events,” says Moore. “We help ensure the success of our customers, community, and country by reducing the impacts of information and cybersecurity risks.” The new cybersecurity practice offered by Sterling will help to minimize enterprise risk and business interruptions and to secure sensitive information and intellectual property. “And as an invaluable end-benefit,” says Moore, “a brand’s reputation and customer perception are protected.”
Sterling’s in-house Client to Cloud Solution Center can perform demos of advanced cybersecurity solutions so that clients can see the results in real time and see how these would work in their own environments. Sterling will also hold security workshops and assessments, for further client education.
About Sterling | (www.sterling.com)
For over two decades, Sterling Computers has been an award-winning leader in helping to address customers’ most complex IT requirements. A value-added reseller plus (VAR+), Sterling offers a simplified IT experience and a single point of contact for the federal government, the public sector and commercial businesses. Headquartered in North Sioux City, South Dakota, with satellite offices elsewhere, Sterling leverages elite teams across its organization and its superior partnerships to assess, design, implement, and manage long-term scalable IT solutions. From client to cloud, Sterling delivers a unique value that exceeds customer expectations.
Sterling Contact | Patricia Bornhofen, Corporate Communications, Marketing
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