Introducing AT&T Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

October 19, 2021 | Lisa Ashjian
Lisa Ashjian

Lisa Ashjian

Product Marketing Manager, AT&T

October 19, 2021 | Lisa Ashjian

Introducing AT&T Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

In today’s dynamic threat landscape, having different tools to meet unique security requirements helps keep data protected. However, businesses today have 10 to 50+ security tools and consequently spend too much time managing them instead of protecting against cybercrime. This security tool overload creates internal challenges and potentially distracts from the primary business mission.   AT&T Managed XDR…

April 1, 2021 | Lisa Ashjian

Endpoint Security: Helping to realize the benefits of SASE

Endpoint security is at the forefront of digital transformation due to the very nature of needing to protect devices outside the company’s network perimeter. This started with traditional devices such as laptops and desktops.  Endpoint security then quickly expanded to include mobile security, for smartphones and tablets. And, as more data moved to the cloud endpoint security…

March 18, 2021 | Lisa Ashjian

Enterprise-Grade Mobility takes another step forward with new mobile security offers

Companies and organizations of all sizes need mobile technology built for the rigors of business—it’s a must for businesses seeking to stay competitive. Enterprise-grade mobility offers additional business options, features, and services, helping companies perform functions beyond just enabling employees to work remotely. The right mobility solutions can significantly help increase productivity, reduce inefficiencies, improve Quality…

March 11, 2021 | Lisa Ashjian

A plea to small businesses: Improve your security maturity

Never have I been so compelled to help educate small businesses on the need for cybersecurity. On Saturday morning, March 6, 2021, I awoke to the Wall Street Journal article describing the Hafnium attack. This attack on Microsoft Exchange Servers was shared publicly on March 2nd with a patch for the issue released on Wednesday, March 3rd. This patch appeared to spark…

October 22, 2020 | Lisa Ashjian

SPAM text messages vs SMiShing and defending against it

The rise of SPAM text messages Businesses want to connect to their customers and meet them where they are. One growing way to communicate to them is through text messages including providing coupons, recent news, and other marketing materials. When these marketing efforts are unwanted by the customer, this is when they cross the line into the SPAM category. SPAM…

May 7, 2020 | Lisa Ashjian

Remote workers making mobile management and security first priority

Your employees are remote, are your endpoints protected? In recent years, many businesses had already begun planning for a gradual shift towards an increasingly remote workforce, yet fewer had implemented a mobile-first strategy, and some were still formulating strategies. At a gradual pace, IT administrators could handle a small percentage of remote workers and saw the management features of device…