Applying the principles of ‘zero trust’ architecture to protect sensitive and critical data
In today’s digital landscape, data is a company’s most valuable asset, and energy companies, particularly electric-power and oil and gas, remain at risk of hacking attempts due to their major social and economic importance.
David Greenwood, CEO at the leading IT managed service provider (MSP) ISN Solutions, advises on three key zero trust principles to ensure IT systems are protected, and how these principles can mitigate risk to company operations and sensitive and critical data.
Leading IT managed service provider ISN Solutions appoints new technical services director
Leading IT managed service provider (MSP), ISN Solutions, has appointed experienced senior executive, Roger Leyland, as its new technical services director.
Learning How To Decarbonise The Mining Industry
The mining industry is facing mounting pressure to reduce carbon emissions from all angles – investors, stakeholders and customers – to meet urgent climate change goals.
David Greenwood, CEO at ISN Solutions, examines the role of new technologies and data-driven decisions in decarbonising the mining sector.
The importance of secure and reliable IT infrastructure in the wind industry
The wind industry is driving improvements to operational efficiency and decision making with digital technologies. However, concerns over data sharing and inability to access data has hindered progress. The efficacy and security of a company’s network is essential for enabling secure data sharing, for the wind industry to get the most out of new technologies and digital tools, and to avoid cybersecurity issues.
How digitalisation drives growth in challenging environments
David Greenwood, CEO at ISN Solutions, a leading UK IT managed service provider (MSP) with decades of experience of partnering with energy companies operating in remote and challenging environments, elaborates on how digitalisation and emerging technologies can drive the energy sector towards greater profitability.
Is your business fit for the age of remote working?
The COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown has led to an increase in remote and hybrid working, and the trend is expected to stick. But companies will need to prepare for potential network resilience and security issues due to home working, as well as increased demand on data access.
As we move forward into an era of a new way of working, David Greenwood, CEO at ISN Solutions, highlights four key areas business owners and directors need to consider to realise growth, expand productivity and guard against threats to the business during this time of rapid change.