The defender build is an iconic vehicle that has a special place in the hearts of many. It is a great work mule, a fantastic off-roader and a great choice for people who enjoy getting out in nature.
Land Rover stopped producing the classic Defender in January 2016 and, for those that still want one, it can be very difficult to find a Defender that is still available. A company called Land Serwis in Poland was not willing to accept the fact that a new generation of Defenders was not being produced so, using their own knowledge, technical facilities and access to an inexhaustible database of spare parts, they launched the ‘Defender Factory’ project.
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Arkonik are a classy workshop that love to create stunning cars that look amazing and they have done a great job with this Ember Land Rover Defender D90. Its iridescent Light My Fire paintwork is a real highlight and it’s accompanied by a selection of accessories to ensure this Defender looks its best on the road.
It also comes complete with a Warn winch, 6 point roll cage with rear ladder, 18″ Kahn 1983 wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich all-terrain tires, and Brembo brakes for maximum off-road capabilities.
Microsoft 365 offers a range of security services to protect your business against cyberthreats. One of those services is Defender for Cloud Apps, which enables you to protect your apps running on both Azure and on-premises.
In addition to securing your apps, you can use the built-in intelligence and automation features to help detect and respond to threats. This is an essential part of your enterprise’s cybersecurity strategy and helps you reduce the risk of damage caused by cyberattacks.