Cybercriminals want data no matter the source, even yours.
Most businesses worry about data breaches, theft and other losses of information and intellectual property. Security breaches can severely damage a business’ reputation and financial well-being.
Fortunately, there are plenty of cybersecurity options for businesses, and multiple strategies companies can take to identify and manage security risks.
It’s critical businesses both large and small adopt security solutions to protect themselves from potential breaches.
With CentriPath®, you can transform your organization with security solutions that solve real business issues.
Today’s online threats include much more than viruses. There are many different kinds of online threats that can infect your devices and give cybercriminals access to your personal data. You want protection against all of them.
Antivirus software is designed to help defend computers, smartphones or tablets against viruses and malware. Antivirus technology includes multiple layers of defense to help catch and block all kinds of online threats that try to infect your devices.
Identity Access Managament
Identity and access management is about defining and managing the roles and access privileges of individual network users and the circumstances in which users are granted (or denied) those privileges.
IAM systems provide administrators with the tools and technologies to change a user’s role, track user activities, create reports on those activities, and enforce policies on an ongoing basis.
A penetration test, also known as a pen test, is a simulated cyber attack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities.
Pen testing can involve the attempted breaching of any number of application systems, to uncover vulnerabilities, such as unsanitized inputs that are susceptible to code injection attacks.
Think of pen testing like a bank hiring someone to dress as a burglar and try to break into their building and gain access to the vault.
Vulnerability and penetration tests are very different from each other, but both serve important functions for protecting a networked environment
Vulnerability testing is a process that detects and classifies security loopholes (vulnerabilities) in the infrastructure.
Because security vulnerabilities can enable hackers to access IT systems and applications, it is essential for businesses to identify and remediate weaknesses before they can be exploited.
Data Loss Prevention
Data can end up in the wrong hands whether it’s sent through email or instant messaging, website forms, file transfers, or other means.
Data loss prevention, or DLP, is a set of technologies, products, and techniques that are designed to stop sensitive information from leaving an organization. DLP includes solutions that monitor for, detect, and block the unauthorized flow of information.
The care that needs to go into your data backup and recovery and modernization should increase dramatically as the volume and complexity of your data grows.
Every business that wants to deliver the services that customers and employees demand must protect its network.
Network security combines multiple layers of defenses at the edge and in the network. Each network security layer implements policies and controls. Authorized users gain access to network resources, but malicious actors are blocked from carrying out exploits and threats.
Network security also helps you protect proprietary information from attack. Ultimately it protects your reputation.
Your organization and employees depend on secure email communications. When your email system is compromised or subject to attack, the results can be disastrous.
From routine spam and viruses that reduce productivity to a spear-phishing attack that costs millions in lost business and damage to reputation, threats to secure email messaging are a very real and present danger.
CentriPath® provides an all-in-one secure email solution that eliminates the complexity and reduces the cost of protecting your email system. Your business will have always-on, always up-to-date protection with flexible and granular email security controls.
Cybercriminals target end users, so employees are part of an organization’s attack surface. Ensuring they have the know-how to defend themselves and the organization against threats is a critical part of a healthy security program.
A comprehensive security awareness program for employees should train them on a cybersecurity, IT best practices, and even regulatory compliance.
Security awareness training is not a one-and-done exercise though. With regular training for employees that includes phishing simulations, courses on IT and security best practices, and data protection and compliance training, businesses can significantly reduce risk, decrease infections and related help desk costs, protect their reputation by experiencing fewer breaches, and secure their overall cybersecurity investment.