Our Security Package comes in two versions depending on your company’s needs and provides additional, around-the-clock protection.

We spent years preparing this Security Package and are thrilled to provide the security your company deserves and desperately needs. With ransomware attacks costing small businesses $5,500+ on average in ransom and costing even MORE in weeks of downtime, and in total requiring up to 280+ days to recover, this Security Package is the best protection we can offer. Add this to your monthly membership & you’ll be able to sleep soundly at night.

FIRST OFF
  • We monitor the network 24/7 for any suspicious activity on the server and workstations/laptops.
  • We lock up backups with separate credentials.
  • We block bad content and monitor for attempts to compromise/breach while working remotely.
  • We provide cyber insurance with better coverage and better pricing because we correctly manage what’s most important.
EMAIL
  • We get 24/7 notifications of any suspicious activity on Office365.
    • This decreases hackers’ ability to utilize your email data or logins for harm.
  • Anti-spam and AI-based email monitoring combats phishing, spear-phishing, and imposter takeover.
    • We train and test employees and give them the ability to independently report phishing emails.
    • We detect email threats from prohibited domains.
  • We back up all your Office365 data, which isn’t a Microsoft feature.
  • We separate corporate email and other data from personal data on employee cell phones.
WEBSITES
  • We combat infected sites with:
    • Keeping Windows patches up to date and installing firewall updates.
    • Blocking bad/unnecessary content, with exceptions as needed, on work computers.
  • We combat malvertising via content blocking and GOIP (blocking two-way traffic from bad countries).
  • We inspect Internet traffic from both secure and insecure sites.
  • We block fire-sharing websites.
  • We utilize basic and advanced download scanning through anti-virus and firewall.
LOGINS
  • We offer a team-based, password manager and generator that also implements 2FA with ease.
  • We get notified if login credentials were part of a data breach and prompt you immediately to change them.
  • We offer mobile phone confirmation upon logging in to workstations.
UPDATES
  • We manage and research updates for third-party software.
    • We disallow unstable ones and allow stable ones to improve security.
  • We manage your Microsoft updates for you and disallow/hold unstable ones.

Hiring an IT Security Company For My Business

Hiring an IT security company is an important decision for your business, but choosing one is not as easy as it may seem. It is advisable to take the time to find a reputable company that provides quality service and customer support. Look for good reviews and client feedback to determine how well the security firm works for their clients. You can find out more about a security company’s reputation by conducting a Google search. Check with the Better Business Bureau to determine if a company is credible. Finally, make sure the security company has the appropriate licensing and certification to operate legally in your state.

Choosing a security partner

Cybersecurity is a critical part of business operations, and selecting the right security partner is essential. These experts evaluate network, application, and data security. They also advise on password management and device management. They can be engaged under various engagement models, including outsourcing, ongoing retainer-based agreements, and virtual CIO (vCISO) services. These services are vital for businesses in various industries, as compromised systems can put them out of business.

To select the right security partner, make sure the company has strong internal governance and well-defined procedures. Choose a security partner that provides Managed Services (Managed Security Services) and adheres to SLAs that are consistent with your business’s goals. Make sure the security partner has extensive experience in the same industry as yours. Make sure they can integrate with your internal teams and assist with various projects. Additionally, the security provider should have good communication skills and complement your company’s culture.

A cybersecurity partner should have the flexibility to change and grow. While some companies may offer a variety of packaged services, an ideal one will focus on the security needs of your business. Choose a partner who will look at your existing controls and work together with your security team to design the right security solution for your business. It is also important that your security partner act as a seamless extension of your business, communicating regularly and relaying information in a timely manner.

Choosing a cyber security company

Whether you’re a small-scale business or a multinational corporation, cybersecurity is a key component of your organization’s cybersecurity strategy. If your business is undergoing rapid growth, you can find a partner in cyber security to help you protect your data. There are a number of things to look for in a cybersecurity provider, and choosing the right one is essential to protect your company’s valuable data and prevent a cyberattack. A security provider’s experience and reputation in the industry is essential when evaluating their security capabilities.

If a cybersecurity company does not provide any references, you should be suspicious. Check the cybersecurity firm’s website for spelling and grammar errors. Make sure to look for certifications to ensure that they adhere to industry standards. Also, choose a company with a transparent pricing policy. Cybersecurity companies that charge a flat fee are not necessarily the best choices. You should look for a cybersecurity company with a competitive pricing structure.

Before choosing a cybersecurity provider, check the company’s track record and scalability. A cybersecurity provider should be able to scale its service as your business grows and needs it to. A good provider should be able to provide you with monthly reports, analytics, and performance evaluation. You can also discuss the metrics you’ll use to evaluate the effectiveness of their service. Data security is regulated by a complex set of compliance standards. A good provider will be familiar with the ever-changing regulatory environment and will apply their knowledge to your needs.

Choosing a security response team

Incident response teams should be led by IT and should include executive representation from the major business units. The executive representatives should participate in major recruitment and communications efforts and the team should clearly define each member’s role. Moreover, the team should also be available locally. The team should be able to communicate and collaborate with each other. After all, no one wants to be isolated in the middle of an incident.

CSIRTs are a good choice if you need a response to a cybersecurity incident. They can help you minimize the damage resulting from a breach or incident. They must have a process in place that includes timely notification and accurate information distribution. Moreover, they must be capable of responding to key stakeholders’ questions. By following these steps, the CSIRT will ensure the safety of your data.

Incident response teams should be empowered to act. This means that they should be empowered to respond quickly to a security incident. The executive involvement in the team should be visible and consistent. It is important that the incident response team has the appropriate weapons to mitigate the damage and recover as quickly as possible. In addition, it is vital to consider the size of the organization. Smaller organizations may also opt for ad hoc response teams.