Are you worried that your computer guy might not be protecting your business from cyber-threats?
As a business owner, you're faced with ever-evolving cyber security threats, including ransomware, malware, and other forms of cyber attack, on an almost daily basis, whether you're aware of it or not. To combat this and protect your business and livelihood, Sentryon offers cyber-security solutions that fortify your network’s defenses. When paired with our 24/7 monitoring services, our cyber security services not only ensure your protection against ransomware, they also provide you with peace of mind knowing that your company’s technological assets are protected -- no matter what.
Sentryon IT Solutions’s Cyber-Security solutions will help you:
- Lower risks - by locating existing security loopholes to better protect your vital business assets
- Mitigate threats - diminish the impact of security breaches with advanced IT security solutions as well as prompt incident response
- Stay compliant - ensure your systems adhere to the latest government and industry regulations
Step 1: Cyber-Security Risk Assessment
Using our proprietary process, we thoroughly analyze all aspects of your company's information security, including internal protocols and procedures, internal network security, external network security (penetration testing), cloud app security, user education standards, and more. We then compare the results to "best practice" information security standards, in addition to any applicable government or industry-specific regulations, and show you precisely where all your risks lie, and make specific recommendations on how to reduce the risk to an acceptable level.
Step 2: Cyber-Security Risk Remediation
In this step the recommendations from the risk assessment are implemented to reduce your organization's risk exposure to a level deemed acceptable to you. This can include installation of new security hardware or software, changes to network security policies, drafting of corporate information security standards documents, or cyber-security awareness training for your staff, just to name a few.
Step 3: Cyber-Security Risk Monitoring & Management
Once risk has been reduced to an acceptable level, the goal is to ensure it stays at that level by monitoring the movement of digital data throughout your organization. However, this isn't as easy as it sounds, because it involves the collection of a lot of data, which then has to be analyzed to look for patterns in behaviour. These patterns are often very subtle, and can be spread throughout multiple systems on a network.