Are you safe?
How secure is your network?
The reality is that attacks on all networks have been increasing year after year as hackers have become more sophisticated, and small businesses are being affected every day by relaxed or non-existent security policies.
Here are some of the most common cybersecurity threats:
- Employees of the Organization
- Unpatched Security Vulnerabilities
- DoS Attacks (Denial of Service) and DDoS Attacks (Distributed Denial of Service)
- Phishing Attacks
- Man-In-The-Middle Attack
- SQL Injection
There are a number of ways KPInterface helps to ensure that you are at minimum risk:
- Updates – Keeping computers and network equipment updated is one of the most effective steps to preventing a possible cybersecurity issue.
- Firewall – A common mistake in small to medium business networks is the lack of a business-grade firewall solution. Often business owners are unaware of the difference between having a network router and having a network firewall in place.
- Passwords – Password and password protection are proving to be an area that needs attention when discussing cybersecurity. Using sophisticated software and tools, hackers are easily gaining access to small business networks through simple or default passwords.
- Antivirus/Antispam – Most people know that antivirus and antispam software are necessary components of cybersecurity, but many people don’t realize why it’s so important until their computer or network is infected with a virus, malware or spyware.
Is that all we can provide?
We also offer these services as stand-alone or as part of our CyberCare Packages:
- Security Scans and Assessments: Identifies the human vulnerabilities and their related risks.
- Next-Generation End Point Protection: When malicious activities are detected, the agent responds automatically at machine speed. Protects against trojans, malware, worms, fileless malware, exploits in documents, phishing emails, browser exploits, scripts, credentials scraping, and so much more.
- Web-Browsing Protection: As a secure Internet Gateway in the cloud, this solution provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet.
- Enterprise Email Protection and Continuity: More than 90% of targeted attacks start with email, and these security threats are always evolving. Email protection provides multiple layers of security to stop malware and non-malware threats
- Ongoing End-User Training and Reporting: Manage the weak link in security – humans. With user training (one time or ongoing), you can identify security risks, educate your employees on those risks, and manage any additional vulnerabilities.
- Dark Web Scans: Comprehensive scan of the dark web to identify your company emails that have been compromised (and are therefore likely to be a cybercriminal’s next attack), passwords that have been scraped, or confidential information that has been leaked and available to cybercriminals.
- Phishing Testing and Training: With Phishing Testing, we send your employees a fake phishing email, and follow up with you with a report on who clicked the link, as well as additional resources to educate your employees on how to avoid these types of hacking attempts.
- Password Manager and Vault: With secure data storage, granular access controls, password change automation, and auditing & reporting, Password Management can help take your business to the next level of security.
- Multi-factor Authentication: Verify the identity of all users with strong two-factor authentication before granting access to corporate applications to protect against phishing and other access threats.
- Security Policies – 95% of breaches are caused by human error. Security policies help your employees understand what actions should and should not be performed and define best practices for securing critical data.
- Ongoing Monitoring and Alerting – Ongoing monitoring of your network and security, continuous scans for threats or potential attacks, and alerts to any changes that may be a risk or vulnerability in your network.
- Compliance Audit – Provides services such as an initial compliance assessment (HIPAA, GDPR, PCI), remediation services, compliance specific documentation, and ongoing compliance services.