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Cyber Security

Cyberattacks are deliberately malicious attempts by a person or group to breach an organizations IT network. In most cases, attackers are looking to somehow benefit from the disruption they are causing to your network. Sometimes these benefits are financial and other times they are to collect information, but no matter what the reason, it can cause lasting impacts on an otherwise successful organization.

While cyberattacks can come in many forms, some of the most common are malware and phishing. While many organizations use things like virus protection software on their computers and servers, this just simply isn’t enough. Isn’t it time to make sure your organization is protected?

Why is Cybersecurity Important?

The increase in technology being used by organizations over the last decade has brought an increase in cybercrime. The possibilities and potential rewards are nearly endless for hackers looking to attack your organization.

On one hand, you have individual hackers looking for a payday by releasing ransomware on one computer. On the other, you might face insider threats from within your organization. Insider threats are usually orchestrated by employees, former employees, contractors, temporary workers, or customers.

While many data breaches can be handled fast and efficiently with the right cybersecurity protections in place, that is not the case for organizations with limited defenses. According to IBM, the “lifecycle of a malicious attack from breach to containment” can often be upwards of 314 days and cost upwards of 1.2 million dollars.

Cybercrime now saturates all aspects of society and strengthens the assertion that cybersecurity is crucially important to all organizations.

 

Multilayered Protection

The wide array of security needs facing your business today cannot be effectively addressed with a single product. Multilayered security will help limit threats to your organization from malware, phishing, and other more sophisticated attacks. That’s why we partner with leaders in the IT security industry to design a multilayered solution that will reliably secure your proprietary information, both in the cloud and locally.

Don’t let another day go by without deploying effective security around your information. Your first step should be an IT Assessment from the experts at Infopride Technologies.

Types of Protection

Access Security

What is access management? Access management is largely an IT, security, and data management process used to grant access to your employees while blocking invalid users from your systems.

Most of the time, access management goes hand-in-hand with the use of identity management. Identity management, sometimes called identity access management (IAM) establishes provisions and is the function that controls, users, user roles, groups, and IT policies. Access Management ensures all user roles and rules are followed.

An access management-based system will store user roles and profiles, and process access requests based on established permissions.

Cloud Security

What is cloud security? Cloud security is the technology and associated processes that make your cloud solutions secure from internal and external cyberattacks. The cloud security solutions offered by infopride are designed to protect your organization and give you the piece of mind needed to grow your business.

Cloud solutions have developed into a big part of how organizations manage their day-to-day workflow and become the cornerstone of communication and collaboration. Cloud security and management best practices, coupled with the right managed services provider (MSP), helps prevent unauthorized access and protect your data.

Endpoint Security

What is an endpoint? An endpoint is any device from which a user can access your orgnizations data. Endpoint management and security services from Infopride  are designed to protect your IT systems from constantly evolving security threats.

Organizations have many endpoints and even a slight lapse in protection can compromise confidential information, resulting in serious impact to your business. Effective endpoint security minimizes the potential for problems and safeguards your information.

Endpoint security is a IT protection strategy based on a proactive, preventive approach to computer threats.