Wavex Technology has announced the launch of APEX Secure, its new suite of products and services that brings enterprise grade continuous vulnerability detection and penetration testing into the reach of all SMEs.
APEX Secure provides businesses with a central repository for a wide range of business risks. Each of the products and services is of a world-class standard and works to prevent any cybersecurity-related issues.
Gavin Russell, CEO of Wavex, says: “Our APEX platform has been built with security at its heart, and now with APEX Secure we’re able to take that focus even further. This is something that’s important to all businesses, especially in today’s landscape where the threat of cyber-attacks is rapidly increasing.”
APEX Secure is built on Wavex’s APEX platform — a unique IT management platform that offers organisations of all sizes access to the same systems used by market leading organisations across the globe — and has been designed to integrate seamlessly with its many tools and services. At its core, APEX Secure offers a comprehensive and continually maintained overview of all current vulnerabilities, which are then immediately flagged and raised for review.
Bob Jansen, IT manager for Wavex’s client Incentive FM Group, says: “We chose to work with Wavex because they understood what we needed and could deliver the best IT solutions for our company. APEX Secure is one of the tools that we use as it provides us with a monthly scan of our whole network and searches for any possible vulnerabilities. A monthly report highlights any potential risks enabling us to identify any areas where we might consider raising the levels of security.
“Our organisation has grown significantly in the past few years and now turns over in excess of £100 million per annum. Wavex has supported us during our development ensuring that every time there is a change in our infrastructure there is no negative impact and no other solutions are affected. Overall APEX Secure has made me confident in the security of our IT infrastructure.”