We use a security first approach to protect your assets. We will implement security fundamentals first, and then help you make a plan for the future as your business grows.
We provide tech support, device health monitoring, and disaster recovery solutions to ensure you always have access to your data.
Data backups ensure you never lose your data, even in a disaster situation. Backups can also help with system maintenance and ransomware defense.
We provide round-the-clock monitoring of your network and devices, so you can rest easy knowing that we've got your back.
Our cloud security solutions ensure that your data is safe and secure, no matter where it's stored or accessed from.
We offer comprehensive training and education programs to help your staff understand and prevent cyber attacks.
We give a free consultation because many businesses are unsure what an IT company will do for them, and they don't want to invest in things they don't need. That's why we spend time getting to know a business and figuring out what they need from us before we ever charge a dime. We want to make sure it is a good fit, and ideally, leave you with a good idea of steps you can take to improve your cybersecurity even if you choose not to do business with us. Let us meet your team, and together we can develop a plan for improving your cybersecurity and optimizing your IT budget.
How good is your Antivirus compared to the rest? A managed antivirus can have much better detection rates than a traditional off-the-shelf antivirus by integrating with intrusion detection/prevention systems as well as custom tuning to your organization.
Backups are all about data integrity. Hardware failure, natural disasters, employee mistakes, and malicious intent all contribute to lost data. Your data needs to be readily available at all times, and having a backup ensures your data is always around when you need it.
Cybersecurity involves layers of protection. These tools are all about looking for the threats that might make it past an antivirus. This could easily be visualized as the last layer of detection. Thankfully, most of these tools are intelligent and learn how your computer typically behaves, helping to identify anomalies.
Who doesn't love fishing? Attackers sure do! Hard to blame them since most successful attacks start with email. By running emails through a sandbox, we can filter out any emails with malicious content while also improving on your existing spam filtering. Take active steps to prevent phishing from affecting your business.
Software frequently has vulnerabilities that allow attackers to take advantage of bad code. Vulnerability scanners check to see if any discovered vulnerabilities exist on your computer, and fixes them. By doing a vulnerability scan, you can become aware of threats that you previously did not know existed, and put a stop to it.
Weekly updates are the proactive side of vulnerability scans. Most software updates include security updates. By ensuring you have the latest versions of software, you are staying one step ahead of attackers. Make their job harder by eliminating known exploits from your systems.
Most IT teams can set up a firewall. Still, make sure that traffic is being actively monitored. Better yet, blocking known malicious IP addresses provides a solid foundation for perimeter security. The firewall is your window into who is talking to who. Keep tabs on it. NIPS is also a great addition here.
Use a password manager or a single sign on service. Seriously. Bad and reused passwords are one of the easiest ways into any organization. These services aren't very expensive and are easy to deploy. Better yet they actually save man hours when set up correctly. Combining this with multi-factor authentication makes for a pretty sturdy front door.
The principle that a business should be designed so that each person is granted the minimum resources and authorizations that the person needs to perform their function. This goes for computers and software too. Again, not terribly difficult to set up, but an absolute game changer when it comes to security. In fact, maintaining the principle of least privilege should be one of the primary functions of any IT team.
Data encryption helps prevent data theft by keeping attackers from reading your data. Similar to seeing text in a language others can't read, it allows you full use of your data while garbling it to anyone else. It is generally free, so there is no reason not to use it. By encrypting your data, you are eliminating several types of attacks as viable options.
There is always more. Depending on your business, you may need more defenses than just these. These make a great foundation upon which to build, and they are achievable by most any business, regardless of budget. That said, if you have other needs than these, we would be happy to help you. Reach out today and take your next step towards better data security!
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