Network Security
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Who has access to your data?

Is your network already compromised? Are your users inadvertently leaving the door wide open to your internal systems? There are plenty of questions when it comes to the security of a network, but we can certainly provide answers. The majority of attacks are unsophisticated and requires little to no technical training. With packages available on the "Dark net" available to for a nominal fee, anyone can rapidly learn to become a very real threat to your business.

Security is better visualized as an onion, rather than a wall. We can test and audit your current environment to identify weak spots in your infrastructure, and then develop a plan of action to remedy these issues. We can test your networks, provide training, implement security measures, and evaluate current security policies. 

Easy to understand data

When we analyze your environment, we know a human needs to read and understand it. Our reports are designed with a human in mind, and we know those reports need to be actionable. 

Keep your users safe

Often times an organization's weakest link are the hands behind a keyboard. We provide extensive training on avoiding common and not so common security weak points. We also have an advanced anti-phishing and social engineering tool to help your employees easily identify security threats, before they become an issue.

Security chain chart

Security is a layered approach. The more layers, the better.

  • Process

    Procedures and process highlights the first layer of security. Through strategically defined process and procedures, a certain level of security can be attained. Process is the foundation of your security framework. Without a thoughtful process, most security strategies can fall short. Process is usually not enough to provide adequate security, but is an integral component when implemented as part of a security plan.
  • Software

    Software provides an automated way of protecting your infrastructure. From detecting malicious software through behavior analysis, to signature-based detections that automatically detect a threat before it activates, software provides protection around the clock.
  • Hardware

    Hardware is a powerful resource. Typically packed with high performance computational chips, it does the heavy lifting that software alone sometimes can't. Providing advanced deep packet analysis, hardware can monitor all data flowing in and out of the network. When malicious data is detected, it can be reported and acted upon. Bad data can be dropped and destroyed, while good data can pass through without issue. 
  • Analysis

    All security strategies need a way to monitor performance, trends, and general analytics. Being able to detect rapid breach attempts can provide an invaluable early warning buffer. Being able to identify trouble before the trouble becomes a threat is the goal of analysis. Quantifying the specific effectiveness of your defense layers allows tuning of these layers, producing a more hardened network.
  • Security

    Security is fleeting, and always temporary. What was secure two months ago may not be secure now. Being able to detect states of security and insecurity is a cornerstone of our work. When the security model is vulnerable or threatened by new attack methods or exploits, we quickly update the layer and start our remediation efforts. Our security approach ensures to provide an accurate analysis of your current security profile, and to ensure your valuable data remains out of the hands of attackers.

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