Have you noticed an uptick in the number of emails masquerading as legitimate work emails but teeming with links that look suspicious? Has your security monitoring turned up more unusual traffic? Cyber criminals are out in force, and protecting your network requires a fresh look at your IT security strategy.
One of the problems with ensuring cyber security strategies is some of them require technology that can hamper workflow. From device security to user security, the protective measures taken, sometimes involving a zero-trust approach, can mean jumping through hoops just to complete a simple task. However, with automated device deployment and device management solutions emerging in the market, you don’t have to suffer the usual roadblocks.
With the right device security tools, you can manage all of your anti-virus software and firewall functionality from one centralized console, which eliminates the complexities involved with many of these protocols. The best way to go about this is to outsource to an IT security professional to help you make the right decisions. This way, you can remove the burdens associated with selecting and implementing the solutions that will suit your unique needs.
Security Training and Analysis
Implementing the best technology can’t help you if your employees are not up to speed on what cyber criminals are capable of, how they infiltrate networks, and how user error can lead to disaster. That’s why cyber security training is a necessity across your organization. Everyone needs to know that they are accountable for their actions, and they need to be educated on their responsibilities. As the cyber security landscape changes, the approach to training does too. It’s an ongoing process.
And while a fully updated and educated workforce is important, they aren’t always the window through which malicious actors get into networks. The extremely tedious manual process is automated by implementing security log analysis features, which often include artificial intelligence and machine learning technology, the extremely tedious manual process is automated. Security teams can monitor unusual traffic and mitigate threats without the risk of human error.
Outsource to a Professional
Independent Connections is your trusted IT security partner. We get to know the way you work so we can help you determine which security solutions are best aligned with your specific needs. We will begin with a detailed assessment of your needs and potential vulnerabilities and then identify the appropriate solutions to address your environment’s security requirements. Contact us to get started.