Cyber Security Services
Evaluate & Assess
– Identify & Eliminate any vulnerabilities
– Prevent by minimizing potential risk
– safe guard your critical data
maintanance & Prevention
– Prevention from malware, ransomware, phishing, social engineering.
– intrusion detection
– penetration testing
Cyber security misconceptions
Companies think that hackers wont target they’re data because it wouldn’t be worth while extracting.
Although firewalls, anti-virus software, and backing up data are all integral, it is not sufficient enough.
Some business owners think they’re business is too small to be hacked and hackers only target larger companies.
Cyber Security 101
Types of cybersecurity threats
The process of keeping up with new technologies, security trends and threat intelligence is a challenging task. However, it’s necessary in order to protect information and other assets from cyber threats, which take many forms. Cyber threats can include:
Malware is a form of malicious software, which any file or program can be used to harm a computer user, such as worms, computer viruses, Trojan horses, and spyware.
Ransomware attacks are a type of malware that involves an attacker locking the victim’s computer system files — typically through encryption — and demanding a payment to decrypt and unlock them.
Social engineering is an attack that relies on human interaction to trick users into breaking security procedures to gain sensitive information that is typically protected.
Phishing is a form of fraud where fraudulent emails are sent that resemble emails from reputable sources; however, the intention of these emails is to steal sensitive data, such as credit card or login information.