As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, UNIFY recognises security as a critical component in running an enterprise. Over our 16 years of operation, we have worked closely with Microsoft, working in partnership with our customers to take them on the journey of defining and maturing across the cybersecurity lifecycle thus maximising their on-premise and cloud opportunities while staying protected.

’s cybersecurity lifecycle comprises the following milestones:
Security Assessments
Gain visibility into threats to the customer’s Microsoft 365 cloud environment across email, identity and data in order to better understand, prioritise and mitigate potential vectors of cyberattacks against the organisation.
Discovery and Design
Define the Security priorities and roadmap and translate these to a design which is fit for purpose and aligned to the organisation’s security framework.
Implementation
Deployment of the solutions based on the approved design and in alignment with the organisation governance, risk and compliance policies.
Managed Security Services
Transitioning for managing the security of the organisation’s enterprise-wide assets by leveraging UNIFY Managed Security Services which is closely aligned with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity Framework.

Our services include, but are not limited to:

Tomasz Zukowski
Security Practice Manager, CISSP
Tom is the Security Practice Manager at UNIFY Solutions with over 25 years ICT experience across various industry sectors across the globe.

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