Seeing Is Believing

Seeing Is Believing

Retrospecs is an interesting company. It sells traditionally manufactured products, some made a century ago or more, and all meticulously restored. Yet traditional craftsmanship is aided by technology. The company has over 8,000 designs from around 150 manufacturers, and millions of possible combinations of measurements and styles.

Because of all these variations, every single part is registered with a unique number. In this way, the company can offer a lifetime guarantee that parts will be available for every frame they sell. It is no exaggeration to say that Retrospects needs their data to be secure and available. As Jay Owens, the owner, put it, without their data, they would need to “shut their doors”.

Collective Sense was conceived to make data secure and available. We intelligently monitor your network for malicious activity and we also show you how it is really running. For Retrospecs, it took just a few hours with Collective Sense to gain fresh insight into their network vulnerabilities. Read the whole story.