There is no one approach in any situation that will solve 100% of all cybersecurity threats.
The best cybersecurity prevention strategy uses a layered approach.
Because we’ve been guiding businesses like yours in cybersecurity, we’ve developed a proven process that’s multi-layered and works.
First of all, we’ll teach you to avoid clicking on dangerous links, forwarding malicious emails, and opening nefarious attachments. When in doubt, remember to ask your IT team or partner for guidance.
Secondly, we’re going to be able to lock down your network through our suite of policies, process, and software that prevents anything further bad from happening.
Here’s a great analogy:
We’ll have the power to remotely bolt all your office doors, lock the windows in your building, and keep you safe from intruders. We do this through the utilities we install on all your employees’ computer, ensuring the best experience for all your team.
Through that same office analogy, the beauty of cybersecurity prevention is the ability to provide you with a perimeter style security that protects your business much like a gigantic fence would.
Proven technology tools and process we’ve developed are important because you’ll benefit from aspects like email filtering solutions, malware, spam blocking, and DNS protection which is a component of cybersecurity prevention that won’t allow you to get to websites that are known to be malicious.
Advanced AI based endpoint, Zero Trust agents, and network detection tools allow us to identify and remediate threats before they have a chance to impact operations. In addition, our security alignment process audits your environment against cyber security best practices.
Cybersecurity is an area that requires steadfast attention because its constantly changing.
There’s a lot that goes into defending your company from malware, new cyber-attack tactics and vulnerabilities. Especially in the age of COVID-19, where remote staff tend to become a bit lackadaisical on security.
We want to give you the attention you need, remote or not, to prevent cybersecurity issues.
The back-and-forth cybersecurity game can be frustrating since attacks are increasing becoming more and more sophisticated. Compounding the issue is that some companies still depend on outdated, legacy cybersecurity technologies. Originally created to stop yesterday’s cyberattacks methods, they struggle to prevent today’s real world attacks.
In a recent survey on cybersecurity prevention by the SANS Institute, 85 percent of respondents indicated that the technical measures they’ve taken to prevent known malware only prevent about 40 percent of what’s been implemented.
Next-generation prevention should stop trying to stay abreast of the constantly changing pool of malicious tools and instead, start focusing on the underlying techniques employed by threat actors. This strategy enables you to block a single technique and often, an entire class of attacks.
We’d love to talk to you more about how you’re currently protecting yourself against cybersecurity vulnerabilities.