Cybersecurity: Technologies and processes that protect IT assets from cyber attacks
By 2020, corporations and government agencies will spend over $650 billion on cyber security initiatives to protect PCs, mobile devices, and IoT devices. As hackers continue to penetrate governments and enterprises IT infrastructure more frequently and with higher degrees of sophistication, cybersecurity has become a major priority. The rapid adoption of mobile and IoT devices has increased exposure of a cybersecurity hack and enterprises and government agencies are taking action to mitigate risks.
A Breakdown of common cyber attacks
- Zero-Day Attacks - Exploit vulnerabilities within software that has yet to be discovered and patched.
- Cloud-Data Leakage – When users upload sensitive corporate information to 3rd-party cloud services like Dropbox.
- Mobile Malware – Designed specifically to target mobile operating systems and give hackers the ability to steal data from the device.
- Targeted Attacks – Using a range of different hacking methods hackers attach a predetermined user or organization.
- SQL Injection – Allows hackers to upload malicious code to your server that gives them the ability to steal or delete data.
How enterprises are protecting their assets
- Network Defenses – Prevents hackers from infiltrating and navigating private networks to find and steal sensitive data.
- Endpoint and Mobile Device Protection – Keeps hackers from compromising specific devices.
- Data-in-Motion Defenses – Protects data while it is being transferred from one devices to another.
- Data-at-Rest Defenses – Secures data while it is being stored on corporate networks.
- Analysis & Correlation – Assists in identifying suspicious activity and monitoring the flow a data through corporate networks and databases.
Multi-Layer Security Protection
Our industry-leading security tools include:
- The latest in anti-virus software and technology to detect and deflect malware attacks on servers and endpoints
- Sophisticated spam blockers that protect emails servers from junk and malicious email
- Strict internal policy enforcement and automation to ensure users are only accessing trusted sites that are deemed safe
- Training to provide end users with the skills to detect and avoid “social engineering” attacks
- Redundancy that secures and backs up data, ensuring systems can be quickly restored
- Support to identify, clean, and restore your systems in the event of an attack or malicious event.