IT Security Services For Businesses
In today’s climate where data breaches, viruses and ransomware are commonplace, every business should have basic protection in place. We offer a range of security services to meet the individual needs of your organization. We evaluate your tech hardware and software, and then we defend your systems with a range of security and antivirus tools from firewall to anti-malware and more multi-layer security protection.
Security and Virus Protection
Protect your workstations, servers, and company against today’s ever changing cyberthreats. Keep them safe with our enterprise-grade security and virus protection.
Types of Cybersecurity
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Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting and recovering computer systems, networks, and programs from cyber-attacks and unauthorized access. Cyber attacks have become increasingly sophisticated as attackers employ new methods to access sensitive information for financial gain. Cyberattacks cost organisations millions of dollars each year and may lead to reputational damage.
Protecting your device
Endpoint Detection Response (EDR)
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) enables devices to self-defend and heal themselves by stopping processes, quarantine, fix and roll back events to keep devices protected.
Here are a few examples of some of the risks we’re seeing in the marketplace now:
- Weaponized documents that may seem like harmless PDF attachments in your emails but execute attacks once they enter your network.
- Threats that don’t require downloads, but execute from memory, making them difficult to identify.
- Zero-day threats that find an unknown computer vulnerability and exploit it before software or hardware providers can issue updates.
- And of course, continued ransomware attacks, which can disable IT networks as cyber-attackers demand huge ransoms to restore data and services.
82% of SMBs say they have experienced a cyberattack that their Anti-Virus systems didn’t catch.
The ransomware attack was the last straw. It took days to restore our systems. We’ve upgraded our security system with Managed Endpoint Detection and Response to keep our business safe from these types of threats moving forward.
Healthcare industry client
Keep Your Business Safe from the Latest Threats
You want to keep your business, employees, and all your devices safe from cyberattacks. And we all know that mobile devices are often the weakest link of IT security, as workers use less caution on-the-go than they do in the office.
Here’s why Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) is the best choice now for your IT security and business continuity
Managed Endpoint Detection and Response
- Gain freedom from ransomware by rolling back devices to their pre-infection state
- Use artificial intelligence (AI) to detect and prevent both current and emerging threats, with continual updates to the platform.
- Monitor processes before, during, and after execution, to prevent new threats from slipping in.
- Monitor your systems in real-time.
- Keeps device performance fast with continual monitoring
- Can’t roll back to a pre-infection state, increasing your ransomware risks
- Use signatures to identify threats, meaning capabilities lag cyber-attackers’ latest strategies.
- Fly blind during execution, creating an entry point for new threats from savvy attackers.
- Rely on daily or weekly scans, increasing your risks.
- Can slow down your device performance with long scans
Never worry about ransomware again with Managed EDR. Just click and restore your devices to their pre-infection state
How Managed EDR Benefits You
Ransomware cases on the rise
Ransomware is a form of malicious software (malware) that blocks access to a victim’s files or devices. The attacker then demands that the victim makes payment to restore access to the data.
Ransomware attacks can cause significant damage to businesses and Singapore companies are among the most targeted in the world, according to recent reports. Many firms here hit by ransomware are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Despite this, many businesses tend to prioritise recovery rather than prevention.
It is becoming easier for criminals to carry out cyber-attacks because organisations are now more dependent on digital infrastructure than before. Recovering from the impacts of a ransomware attack can be extremely expensive and damaging. This is why cyber prevention is better than recovery. Prevention means having a better understanding of how ransomware occurs and the implementation of security measures that can prevent the ability of cyber criminals accessing and locking valuable data.
The video below shows a collection of cybersecurity news articles reported in our local daily. Due to the prevalence of such attacks, it is essential for businesses to be prepared and cyber ready