24/7 internet security solution thanks to DDoS protection.
Internet security is one of the greatest challenges facing business today. Denial of service (DDOS) attacks in particular can devastate an eCommerce business. Cyber-criminals are always working to find and exploit any vulnerability. So you need a dedicated Internet Security Service that’s always working for you. Colt’s specialists work around the clock and, if there’s a breach, can stop hackers in their tracks.
Gain greater peace of mind with our advanced network security. We actively mitigate against DDoS attacks. And can block threats before they reach you and your firewall. Protect the business against revenue loss without needing to spend big on hardware, software, or extra people. Our managed security services don’t require you to get any hardware or software. And we take care of all the updates and performance.
Protect your business’ reputation – even if security is breached. We safeguard confidential internal information and guarantee to keep you fully operational.
You get an entire team of IT-security specialists to help protect your business. Our Security Operations Centre (SOC) experts can analyse and diagnose any security concern. We work 24/7 so can mitigate live security issues as they develop in real-time and work fast to protect you.
Colt’s Director of Ethernet & IP Products, Peter Coppens was recently interviewed by Cloudscene to discuss what’s really affecting the data centre industry in 2017.
Meet Papiya, HR learning and Development Associate
“The energy at Colt is unlike any other organisation I have come across – the people who work here are open-minded and always willing to challenge the status quo. Our workforce is what makes Colt such a fantastic place to work; every day I learn something new from one of my colleagues, which motivates me to push outside my own comfort zone and develop my skills for growth in my career.”Careers at Colt
The two things that Colt does impeccably well is providing us with a robust physical infrastructure that does exactly what it's supposed to do, with no noticeable impact on the user. The second thing is the enhanced reporting.Michael John Lytle
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