Protect the most valuable asset you have, your data.
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:
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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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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 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.
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.