The Right Tools To Fight Cyber Crime
Updated: Feb 12
Are the security solutions you have deployed and the security practices your organization follows the right ones? These are the questions IT decision makers should be asking themselves to ensure their systems are as safe as they can be from a cyber attack.
Most organizations say that internal staff may not have the expertise to manage everything they need to know. Many of them also don't have the time due to their long list of other duties. But IT security decision makers are concerned about many security-related issues from how to fight malware, phishing and ransomware to device theft and employee online activities.
To have the right tools in place, organizations should hire IT professionals who are educated in the latest types of attacks and have the tools to detect them, prevent them and recover from them when needed.
So what tools do you need? Here's a short list to get you started:
System Management: software patching, web filtering, anti-virus, hardware & software asset tracking
Email Security: spam/virus filtering, encryption services, mailbox backup & recovery, workforce collaboration, message archiving services
Help Desk Services: hardware installation & connection, diagnosis & repair
Data Center Solutions: cloud computing & co-location services, disaster recovery solutions
Consulting Services: analysis, assessments & planning
Having these tools in place provides layers of security to mitigate your risk.
If you need the tools for network security, we have them. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.