Security Management, Security Operations

ePlus Launches Business Resiliency Program

ePlus has launched the Compromise Nothing program to help organizations "tackle security holistically."

As such, the program manages individual security threats or siloed security solutions, with the objective of facilitating business resiliency and achieving desired business outcomes, the company said.

With Compromise Nothing, organizations can develop a strong security culture that they can sustain long into the future, ePlus noted.

What the ePlus Compromise Nothing Program Offers

Compromise Nothing addresses challenges that can make it difficult for an organization to manage a security program, ePlus indicated. These challenges include:

  • Complexity of using multiple, disintegrated vendors
  • Underutilization of security tools
  • Shortage of skilled security professionals

Compromise Nothing gives organizations access to consultative and professional services provided by ePlus' security professionals and its managed services centers and third-party solutions, the company said. It also provides organizations with initial assessments that they can use to establish cyber maturity baselines, threat detection and response capabilities and other security capabilities.

Why Should Organizations Join the ePlus Compromise Nothing Program?

Compromise Nothing allows organizations to identify the strategies, tactics, infrastructure, governance, execution and management that they can use to maintain their security estate, ePlus indicated.

In addition, the program is backed by several ePlus partners, including:

Organizations can also schedule ePlus security strategy sessions through Compromise Nothing, the company noted. That way, they can get insights into their security posture and discover the best ways to protect against current and emerging threats.

ePlus Provides Threat Detection and Response Guidance

The Compromise Nothing program launch comes after ePlus in July 2023 released its Threat Detection & Response Guidance (TDR-Guidance) Service for customers using its managed detection and response (MDR) services.

TDR-Guidance provides users with access to a customer experience resource to help them get the most value out of both ePlus' MDR and TDR-Guidance services, the company said. Users also can access a technical security consultant to help them remediate security incidents and a senior security consultant to maximize the effectiveness of ePlus' MDR service.

ePlus' security portfolio includes endpoint, network and other solutions. Along with these solutions, the company provides cloud, data center, networking, collaboration and other solutions and services to organizations around the world.

Dan Kobialka

Dan Kobialka is senior contributing editor, MSSP Alert and ChannelE2E. He covers IT security, IT service provider business strategies and partner programs. Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State University. In his free time, Dan enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football.