Cyber Security Services

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Cyber Security Services Provider

Your company’s data is its most valuable asset. You need to make sure it’s well-secured.

Protecting yourself against modern-day threats seeking to steal, ransom, or damage your data is vital to maintaining your business’s operations and safeguarding its integrity and profitability.

Here’s how our cyber security services can help protect your mission-critical data:

    ASi Blueprint for Cyber Security Services

    Our blueprint for securing your network, end users, systems, and data consists of the following:

    Edge Protection, Network Protection, Endpoint Protection, and User Protection

    The simplest way to explain cyber security is to view it as a collection of processes, technologies, and techniques necessary to protect your business’ devices and networks from cyber-attacks.

    Cyber-attacks can take on many forms, but they typically aim to steal or damage your sensitive data. The types of data a hacker could target include:

    • Personal identifiable information (PII) such as social security numbers or tax IDs
    • Corporate financial data
    • Intellectual property (IP)
    • Confidential product information and trade secrets
    • Other types of personal information

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    Edge Protection

    Edge protection, or edge security, is a specific subset of network protection that focuses on applications, devices, and users at the business network’s furthest points (the edge), away from a centralized data center or core network.

    Edge data protection processes typically involve data encryption, multi-factor authentication, like two-factor or three-factor, and enterprise-grade cryptographic protocols such as SSL and TLS. This is one of the key elements in any cyber security services setup.

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    Here’s how your business can benefit from working with us:

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    Network Protection

    The primary objective of cyber security is to protect your networks against attacks and unauthorized access from the core to the edge and endpoints.

    A well-designed network protection system can protect your business’ network against some of the most common cyber threats, such as distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, adware, spyware, botnet attacks, trojans, worms, and other types of malware.

    Network protection is a core part of any cyber security services setup. The three benefits of network protection are encapsulated in the CIA triad:

    Endpoint Protection

    Endpoint security refers to the practices and tools that secure the devices organization members use to connect to a network. Examples include desktop computers, workstations, laptops, smartphones, and other fixed and mobile devices.

    Endpoint security may be as simple as installing enterprise firewalls and antivirus software. It may also be as detailed as complete device control rules like regulating or banning Bring Your Own Device policies or mandating specific apps.

    Endpoint protection tools include web filters, network access control software, email encryption, and VPNs. This is the third critical component of any cyber security services plan.

    Confidentiality: Defines the rules and processes that limit access to information and determine who is an authorized person and who isn’t.
    Integrity: Assures that the data protected remains consistent and accurate prevents unexpected changes or alterations.
    Availability: Ensures that the data protected remains accessible to authorized persons without disruptions or inconveniences.

    Patch Management & Security Updates

    Many types of cyber-attacks rely on exploiting vulnerabilities such as programming flaws, glitches, or security gaps in the software a business uses. The more an organization depends on older, outdated software, the more likely these attacks become.

    The best way to prevent this type of breach is to implement diligent patch management and software security update protocols. Our cyber security services can include complete patch management services if you need them.

    One of the most critical first steps is to ensure that all the software your company uses is actively updated and supported. Software that is no longer supported or has reached end-of-life status is more vulnerable since developers are no longer writing updates and fixes for them.

    There are three types of patches, each covering different aspects of data security: security patches, bug-fixing patches, and feature patches.

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    Security patches are updates specifically designed to address exploits and weaknesses that a hacker might use to carry out a cyber-attack.

    In some cases, security patches are the result of a successful attack.

    Bug-fixing patches are designed to correct application errors and eliminate glitches and issues that hinder regular software operation.

    Although bug-fixing isn’t necessarily about safety, some hackers exploit bugs and glitches to gain unauthorized access to a network and carry out attacks.

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    Feature patches are updates offering new product features or improving the functionality of existing software features.

    These patches range from simple performance and fine-tuning updates that improve responsiveness and load times to completely new features and options that expand your business’s capabilities.

    User Protection & Education

    Cyber Security Is Everyone's Responsibility

    Without proper information and education, not even the most advanced cyber security measures can protect your data effectively. The human element is the weakest link of any cyber security system.

    A common way to illustrate how humans can compromise security is password safety. It doesn’t matter how strong your password is if you give it away to the wrong people.

    Instead of seeing human error as an inevitable weakness, every business should put education and user protection at the central of their cyber security plan.

    User Protection & Education

    Here are the six pillars of user protection and education:

    Trust Our Cyber Security Engineers

    ASi Networks is a managed information technology and cyber security services company based in Southern California. We offer enterprise-grade solutions to help businesses and companies of all sizes grow and remain competitive. We’ve been designing and delivering reliable, secure network solutions and technology lifecycles for our customers since 1998. For more information on how we can help secure your company data, call us today at (800) 251-1336