Although network security has always been a top priority for businesses, in recent years this has escalated to a necessity. New threats are constantly emerging and continue to compromise business data. There are now additional measures that should be taken above and beyond the standard network security infrastructure. In fact, some industries are now requiring specific enhanced security conditions to meet compliance and regulation standards.
Just as you would take certain precautions to protect your home, such as locking your door or purchasing a home security solution, similar precautions apply to your business’ network infrastructure. The security spectrum can encompass a wide variety of different aspects. For example, anti-virus on your PCs and servers, a web filtering device, firewall, enhanced email security – the list can go on and on. There are countless variants of advanced cyber threats – malware, phishing, spear-phishing, ransomware, bots, and trojans – that are becoming more intelligent and more difficult to detect.
A common misconception many have is that only large enterprises are susceptible to cyber threats. However, 43% of cyber attacks target small to medium sized businesses. Anyone and everyone is at risk, but with the proper cyber security policies and procedures put into place and followed can decrease the vulnerability.
Some examples of enhanced security features include:
- Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Protection Services (IDS/IPS)
- Advanced Threat Protection
- Web & Content Filtering
- Anti-Virus & Anti-Malware at the Gateway
- Mobile Threat Management
- Email Security Services
- Cyber Security Awareness / End User Training
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