Cyber-attacks and data breaches are on the rise and continue to pose serious threats to our digital economy. New and existing infrastructure, including Internet backbones, mobile and fixed broadband networks, data centers, and cloud-based platforms, are constantly being exposed to these threats. Today’s hackers have an evolving arsenal of tools that can penetrate both public and private networks and attack vulnerable systems, devices and programs. To protect business assets and customer privacy, it is imperative that an enterprise’s security be continuously maintained and improved to effectively guard against internal and external threats.
Cloud security involves the procedures and technology that secure cloud computing environments against both external and insider cybersecurity threats. Cloud security and security management best practices designed to prevent unauthorized access are required to keep data and applications in the cloud secure from current and emerging cybersecurity threats.
Information security protects sensitive information from unauthorized activities, including inspection, modification, recording, and any disruption or destruction. The goal is to ensure the safety and privacy of critical data such as customer account details, financial data or intellectual property.
Endpoint security refers to securing endpoints, or end-user devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile devices. Endpoints serve as points of access to an enterprise network and create points of entry that can be exploited by malicious actors. Endpoint security software protects these points of entry from risky activity and/or malicious attack.
Network security is the protection of the underlying networking infrastructure from unauthorized access, misuse, or theft. It involves creating a secure infrastructure for devices, applications, users, and applications to work in a secure manner. A well designed network security solution reduces overhead expenses and safeguards organizations from costly losses that occur from a data breach or other security incident.
Mobile device management refers to any tool or software designed to help IT administrators control and secure mobile devices like smartphones and tablets across an organization. Without MDM in place, a single lost mobile device with access to your network can become a major security issue
Because practically every firm uses email, and the average employee, as we all know, receives a lot of emails – emails are an efficient initial infection vector. With over 90% of attacks starting in a malicious email, securing your business email become a necessity for every organization.