Build a people-centric cybersecurity defense.

Just as people are unique, so is their value to cyber attackers and risk to employers. They have distinct digital habits and weak spots. End users are targeted by attackers in diverse ways and with varying intensity.

Address the three main factors in end-user security risk


Reducing users’ vulnerability to threats and making them more resilient.


Preventing, defending against and responding to the whole spectrum of modern cyber threats.


Managing access to sensitive data and ensuring that users are fully in control of their accounts.

A people-centric cyber defense starts and ends with the end user.

All cyber attacks are not created equal. While everyone is potentially harmful, some are more dangerous, targeted, or sophisticated than others.

Email security is a constant concern for organizations today, especially with so many major security breaches in the headlines.

The first step to making end users more resistant to cyber threats is making them more aware of the security risk. That’s why cybersecurity awareness training is the foundation of making end users less vulnerable.

Simulated attacks, especially those that mimic real-world techniques, can help identify who’s most susceptible and to what tactics.

Businesses are facing increasingly complex cyber-threats, while at the same time dealing with growing numbers and types of endpoints accessing the network. Endpoint detection & antivirus protection continually monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber-threats like ransomware and other kinds of malware.

Anti-spam software aims to detect and block  potentially dangerous email from user inboxes. Anti-spam protocols determine what is an unsolicited and unwanted message (spam) by employing filters that only allows known and approved email addresses to access user inboxes.

Prevent, defend against, and respond to all kinds of attacks.