As the world of computing and technology advances, cyber threats, data loss, and systems vulnerability also increase. That is why we recommend a series of measures that you can choose to protect your system and your valuable data.
More than your traditional signature/hash-based Anti-Virus, modern endpoint protection technologies provide behavior-based protections, sandbox-ing, forensic analysis, and more to help combat modern threats.
Start protecting your organization from inevitable downtime today. Contact our team to discuss your options for total system protection, both onsite and in the Cloud.
PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT
In an age of cloud computing and SaaS services management of access is critical, whether it be a simple password vaulting solution or full-blown Identity management with Privileged Access Management, protection, and control of credentials are essential.
Good file sync and share tool are more than just a way for your team to collaborate on the go, it’s a vital component of your organization’s security strategy. With file-level backup, you can ensure that your team can maintain anytime access to their critical files even in the event of a site-wide disaster.
SERVER LEVEL BACKUP
Your last line of defense in site-wide disaster, backup, and disaster recovery solutions allows you to recover at the systems level. A necessary piece of your organizational infrastructure, backup, and disaster recovery deliver peace of mind that your systems will always be recoverable, even when disaster strikes.
Better Backup Safer Data.
ADVANCED PERSISTENT THREAT
Cybercriminals typically use an advanced persistent attack to target larger organizations. Often to solicit financial information. This type of attack can be executed over a long period of time and is difficult to detect.
In this security attack, hackers will send a large amount of data to a server or web location. The result is a break in the system’s proper operation, due to the utilization of all resources on the victim machine, crippling its processing power.
Social engineering uses psychological manipulation to persuade users to perform specific actions or reveal sensitive information. Lies, bribes, extortion, and impersonation are often used in this type of attack. This is often considered the most effective attack vector.
A worm is an attack that has the ability to spread itself indefinitely and self-replicate. By exploiting Operating System (OS) vulnerabilities. This replication happens automatically and does not need human activity to spread.
DISTRIBUTED DENIAL OF SERVICE ATTACK
A DDoS attack is meant to prevent users from accessing specific systems or URLs online. In this attack, a cybercriminal will flood a website with large quantities of information requests, which look like legitimate requests from multiple sources, which essentially renders the site inaccessible to legitimate users while under attack.
A backdoor Trojan allows cyber-criminals to take control of a system without permission. Posing as a legitimate program, a Trojan often spreads through phishing campaigns which fool users into accessing malware through everyday activities such as clicking links. Once the Trojan is installed it opens a “backdoor” to allow the malicious party access to the infected device.