Tim Bond, IT director at Memery Crystal, says CTS brings the firm the level of protection and awareness needed to stay on top of cyber threats in the market.
For specialist London-based firm Memery Crystal, being thoughtful is more than just providing a good service to clients – it’s also about thoughtful use of IT. This includes having a cloud-first strategy and solid security practices.
As an SME law firm with a small IT team, partnering with CTS has allowed Memery Crystal’s internal IT department to focus on the work directly linked to the business and really add value. With CTS’ support, Memery Crystal can detect and mitigate breaches in minutes rather than months.
CTS proactively flags up any unusual or weird behaviours at the firm. Bond explains: “One thing we were concerned about was, if we do have a significant breach or incident, one of the hardest things is working out the ingress points. But now that we’re actively monitoring our estate, were the worst to happen, we should not only be able to close it fairly quickly, but also present a very accurate picture of what happened. CTS adds another layer of credibility to our information security position.”
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