Hacking attempts and malware attacks are more sophisticated than ever. Hackers have realized small businesses could be as lucrative as well-guarded enterprises. There isn’t one button to click or one pill to swallow to make your data safe.
Our proactive cybersecurity approach applies deep learning techniques that are at the forefront of protecting against cyberattacks. It’s unmatched prevention technology in a single platform.
Cybersecurity requires a multi-layered strategy including proactivity and detection, utilizing multiple applications and platforms. That sounds like a lot, but when these tools work in harmony, you can rest assured that your network is protected.
7 Critical Areas of Cybersecurity Protection
New cyberattacks are developed every day. Advanced techniques can throw something at protection systems that they haven’t seen. A prevention-centric approach keeps data protected while dramatically saving resources, damages, time, and reputation.
The cyber threat landscape continues to shift. Preparation for a potential breach is key. In the event of a breach, the discovery of the problem and detailed remediation is a necessary complement to any security investment.
Cybercriminals can use the web anonymously to attack a company’s network… disrupting services, stealing employees’ personal information, applying ransomware, etc.
Businesses all over the world rely on email. Email is also the leading attack vector for cybercriminals. Comprehensive protection against malicious links and infected attachments is vital to keeping businesses safe against online threats spread via email.
Individuals deal with dozens of passwords in their personal and professional lives. A password management application maintains strong password policies, remembers every password, and logs a user in to every website, saving valuable time and effort.
Prevent unauthorized access by preventing social engineering at its root. With new deep fake technology and social engineering breaches, MFA is essential to every business. Make compromised information and credentials an inconvenience and not the end of a business.
Your staff is on the front line in the anti-phishing battle and you need them to vigilant to protect your network. We highly recommend a combination of simulated phishing attacks and targeted training to create a team that reduces the risk of an email attack.
Schedule a call with us to review your cybersecurity needs.