Absolute Software Is Now Absolute Security
A New Name Highlights Vision and Commitment to Deliver Enterprise Cyber Resilience, Unique Capability Ensuring Customers’ Security Works
Posted: Thursday, Apr 18
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Absolute Software Is Now Absolute Security

Absolute Security, the leader in enterprise cyber resilience, today announced it has changed its name. The change from Absolute Software to Absolute Security reflects a long cybersecurity heritage and vision to provide organizations with cyber resilience capabilities across mobile and hybrid workforces.

Organisations deploy millions of mobile and hybrid devices to enable their global operations. These PCs are difficult to manage and vulnerable to cyber threats. To better protect digital assets and reduce the risk of cyber disruptions, organisations are increasingly underpinning endpoint and network security with cyber resilience capabilities. Cyber resilience is a paradigm larger and more critical than traditional cybersecurity, as it not only ensures defences are working as intended, but also helps organisations withstand and quickly recover from cyber incidents and attacks.

“For more than 30 years, thousands of global organisations have relied on Absolute to defend millions of employees against advanced threats, ensure quick recovery following cyberattacks, and make sure their security investments are delivering value,” said Christy Wyatt, CEO, Absolute Security. “Our new name reaffirms our focus and ongoing commitment to deliver solutions that help global organisations maintain effective security postures while reducing the risk of business disruptions.”

The Absolute Cyber Resilience Platform is purpose-built to help customers maintain constant connections to PC fleets, ensure devices and security software are operating as intended, and quickly restore normal business operations following cyberattacks and incidents. A partner to more than 28 of the world’s leading device manufacturers, Absolute is embedded in the firmware of 600 million endpoints, trusted by more than 21,000 global enterprise customers, and licensed across more than 14 million users.

Absolute today also announced availability of its annual research report: The Absolute Security Cyber Resilience Risk Index 2024, an annual research report revealing top security risk factors impacting enterprise cyber resilience.

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