e-Frontiers have grown substantially over the last few years. With this in mind, the company wanted to take a strategic look at IT, its role within the organisation and how it could be used to streamline and move the business to the next level. The organisation wanted to ensure that cybersecurity was at the heart of its IT strategy. e-Frontiers required IT security expertise and guidance to comprehensively assess its cybersecurity strengths and weaknesses. e-Frontiers were aware that the company may be open to cyberattack and wanted to take proactive measures to protect its brand and business.
Stryve carried out a Cyber Security Risk Assessment (CRSA) to identify e-Frontier’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. By carrying out a CRSA Stryve were able to assess all areas of the organisations IT and cyber assets. The report fed heavily into the company’s decisions around IT moving forward and helped to ensure that the organisation, its data and its people would be protected.
e-Frontiers took Stryve’s comprehensive and easily digestible vulnerability report and worked with its managed IT company to implement the appropriate recommendations and solutions. With Stryve’s help, e-Frontiers saved costs on potential remedial works and were able to prevent downtime. Above all, by completing the CRSA, e-Frontiers could ensure that its brand and business was protected.
Paddy Doyle, a director at e-Frontiers explains, “having expanded significantly over the past few years, we were taking a strategic look at IT and the role it plays in our company. With this in mind, we were conscious that security and cybersecurity would be to the fore of any future investment. We asked Stryve to do a vulnerability assessment that in turn would feed into our long-term strategic IT plan. The result was a comprehensive report that was easy to digest and act upon.”