Securing Your Data

What keeps you up at night? In a world full of risk, the demand for security is at an all-time high.

Focus on what matters first.

Work is no longer a place we go—it’s not bound by physical buildings, devices, or even time.

To get work done, information must be available on demand as we need it—and apps must perform reliably and securely, wherever and whenever we use them. With these changes in behavior come new challenges to IT security. IT needs the visibility and control required to respond to the new ways people work.

Whatever the situation, we’re watching out for you. Your security comes first in everything we do.

Network & System Monitoring

How much revenue would you lose if your network had an outage for a minute, an hour, a day? We can lift the network monitoring activities off your IT teams’ shoulders so you can shift those resources to higher value IT initiatives. Plow will monitor all devices, interfaces, applications, and servers 24x7x365 from our Nashville-based OSC. You’ll get reporting of performance analytics and trends.

Our Operations Support Center keeps your business running. We know you have enough on your plate already. We’re solving problems before you even know about them, and for you, that means less worry and more opportunities for revenue.

Professional Services

Digital transformation is an important and complex process. It involves a complete shift in the way you think about adopting emerging technology, engaging your customer base, and evolving the company culture. We focus on your business’s individual needs and develop a strategy to help it become agile and forward-thinking.

We use our expertise to create a specific solution tailor-made to your exact specifications and then assist you in the execution to see you through to the end result. At Plow, we aren’t going to try and sell you a solution that’s most lucrative for us, we want to help you buy the solution that is the best fit for you.

Email Security and Protection

Ransomware, email fraud, and email downtime threaten your business—and your bottom line. Your current tools might help with some aspects of email security or stop some attacks. But you need to solve your entire email threat problem, not just parts of it.

Phishing

Business is evolving. So are today’s business risks. More than 90% of targeted attacks start with email, and these threats are always evolving. It’s important to protect your people from spam, malware, and even non-malware threats with accurate classification, granular control, and visibility into all email communication.

Phishing is all about the art of deception. Through social engineering, attackers take advantage of human curiosity, fear and gullibility to manipulate their victims.

Ransomware

While originally focused largely on personal computers, encrypting ransomware has increasingly targeted business users as businesses will often pay more to unlock critical systems and resume daily operations than individuals.

Enterprise ransomware infections usually start with a malicious email. An unsuspecting user opens an attachment or clicks on a URL of a website that is malicious or has been compromised.

Backup-as-a-Service

Instead of performing backup with a centralized, on-premise IT department, BaaS connects systems to a private, public, or hybrid cloud managed by the outside provider.

BaaS is easier to manage than other offsite services. Instead of worrying about rotating and managing tapes or hard disks at an offsite location, data storage administrators can offload maintenance and management to the provider.

With BaaS, should your system be compromised, your files will backup to the minute before the attack occurred.

Defend your email

Defend your mobile devices

Defend your web surfing

Monitor your server, network and back up key systems

Audit & Penetration Testing

Organizations do all they can to protect their critical cyber assets, but they don’t always systematically test their defenses. Penetration Testing helps you strengthen your security for those assets by pinpointing vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in your security systems.

A penetration test is designed to answer the question: “What is the real-world effectiveness of my existing security controls against an active, human, skilled attacker?”. It allows for multiple attack vectors to be explored against the same target.

A penetration test doesn’t stop at simply uncovering vulnerabilities. It goes the next step to actively exploit those vulnerabilities in order to prove (or disprove) real-world attack vectors against an organization’s IT assets, data, humans, and/or physical security.

Even a 100% compliant organization may still be vulnerable in the real world against a skilled human threat agent.

Let us help you secure your data and infrastructure.