What Are the Must-Haves to Improve Our Corporate Security Posture?

Enterprise-grade solutions and industry leading support are the core of robust corporate security.

Enterprise-Grade Security – The Cybersecurity Elements You Need to Protect Your Corporation

Few things are more valuable to your operations than your vital business data. Everything from your client database to your proprietary data and financials are valuable pieces of information you need kept secure and out of the hands of hackers and competition.

Asking, “What IT security features do I need to protect my mid-size to enterprise level corporation?” is kind of like asking, “Which doors of my home should I lock at night?”

The truth is that you need every tool in the cybersecurity arsenal to combat the threat posed by hackers, industrial espionage, malware, ransomware, and internal sabotage.

Our approach to cybersecurity centers around our unique SHIELD five-phase framework. This framework allows us to ensure that no aspect of your network infrastructure is left out of your security strategy. Beginning with baseline protections, each subsequent phase offers additional and overlapping layers of protection for what you value most.

Features

  • Endpoint Management and Security provides fast, effective, and scalable protection from sophisticated malware and targeted attacks.
  • Enterprise DNS Protection is cloud-based and uses the internet’s infrastructure to block threats before they can reach your endpoints or network.
  • Managed SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) uses built-in, essential security tools to offer complete threat detection, incident response, and compliance management.
  • Unified Security Management (USM) provides unified, coordinated security monitoring, simple security event management and reporting, continuous threat intelligence and multiple security functions.
  • Managed DNS offers disaster preparedness and DNS security against hacking and distributed denial of service (DDOS) to maintain business continuity.

 

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