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Governments and businesses must continuously assess the use of new applications and services that improve processes and operations. As such, they must weigh the business benefits from the adoption of newly sanctioned applications against potential risk to the business, its data and other resources. Applications themselves, such as remote access, can represent undue risk. In addition, if applications are not appropriately secured in the business network, today’s attackers can hide communications within the very communication mechanisms the applications use. Adoption of security that appropriately identifies, granularly controls and secures enterprise applications can be slow if those charged with such controls don’t understand the necessity, value or ease with which appropriate controls can be adopted.
Download our use case "Secure the Network through Application Visibility" for the benefits of this approach, along with some common concerns over adoption, and read about the experiences of several customers across different industries who made this transition.
SunRice was formed in 1950 when ricegrowers pooled their funds to establisha co-operative and built a rice mill inLeeton, a small town in New SouthWales, Australia. Today, the company hasgrown to become a $1 billion global foodbusiness supplying diverse and nutritiousfood products to more than 60 countries,including across Asia, the Pacific, MiddleEast and the United States. SunRiceemploys more than two thousand peopleacross its global operations and is widelyconsidered to be an Australian icon.SunRice is the quintessential “local kidmakes good” story. Officially knownas Ricegrowers Limited, SunRice hasblossomed into one of the world’s largestrice food companies while retaining itsroots in the Australian farming regionwhere it was founded in 1950.
UNIVEG Trade Italy exports fresh fruits and vegetables to Northern Europe for the UNIVEG Group, a worldwide distributor of fresh produce, specializing in fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, and convenience products. Founded in 1969 and based near Verona, UNIVEG Trade Italy also imports overseas products and handles their sales throughout the Mediterranean, leveraging UNIVEG’s global transportation and logistics network for import and export activities.
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