Securing any business goes beyond implementing firewall rules and anti-virus software. Organizations need to deliver governance and compliance, which includes IT systems and data security. We provide integrated security services and solutions combining both innovation and quality.
Today’s business users savvier about accessing secure information. Yet, many are less aware of the ways that they could be opening their networks to external attacks.
This causes a nightmare for system administrators and security professionals alike as they attempt to batten down the hatches of their information and keep it truly secure. Advanced threats from external actors who are launching malware and direct attacks at a rate of thousands per day are a challenge.
The drive towards accessibility of data and platforms at all times causes a constant tension between business users and technology teams. Security technologists seek to lock down internal networks at the same time users are clamoring for the ability to bring their own device to work.
There is a significant shift in today’s workforce towards the ability to work whenever and wherever the individual happens to be.
This makes it crucial that technology teams can provide a great user experience without placing too many hurdles in the way of productivity.
Cybercriminals are active throughout the world. No businesses are immune to this threat. Damage from Cybercrime is set to exceed an annual amount of $6 trillion by 2021. Doubling the impact from just 2015.
The amount of wealth changing hands due to cybercrime is astronomical. This can be a heavy incentive both for businesses to become more secure and for criminals to continue their activity. Spending on cybersecurity is also rising at a rapid rate and expected to continue that trend for quite some time. However, businesses are struggling to find or train individuals in the wide spectrum of skills required to combat cyberterrorism.
The range of SECaaS services currently available is vast and offers protection at the most granular level. Some examples include:
• Continuous Monitoring
• Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
• Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC/DR or BCDR)
• Email Security
• Antivirus Management
• Spam Filtering
• Identity and Access Management (IAM)
• Intrusion Protection
• Security Assessment
• Network Security
• Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
• Web Security
• Vulnerability Scanning