61% of businesses reported a cyberattack in the last year — does your business have a cyber readiness plan?
Cybersecurity Services for Your Business
Cybersecurity has become one of the hottest topics in business today. Companies of all sizes, across all industries, are increasingly aware of their exposure to hacking attempts with ransomware events making headlines every day.
Security threats can come from inside and outside the network and as a result, cybersecurity and compliance are at the top of everyone’s list of key business concerns and challenges.
Identify security risks before it’s too late!
What Types of Cybersecurity Services does Verity IT Offer?
Our comprehensive cyber security services are geared towards organizations of all sizes.
Most security incidents start with a phishing attack aimed at employees. Educate your employees about today’s cyber threats, such as phishing, social engineering, and ransomware attacks, and how to protect against them. The awareness and training service is suitable for your entire workforce, from technical to non-technical employees and contractors. Learn more.
Deploying a multilayered security solution leveraging an extensive set of systems hardening, threat prevention and detection technologies as well as machine learning and behavioral analysis to provide advanced attack protection is a must for businesses.
Threats are everywhere. With our 24/7 managed detection and response (MDR) platform, this service combines network visualization, tradecraft detection, and endpoint security to rapidly detect and neutralize lateral movement in its earliest stages. Our partner’s fully managed SOC team monitors your unique environment around the clock so you can focus on running your business. Learn more.
Dark Web monitoring leverages a combination of human and artificial intelligence that scours botnets, criminal chat rooms, blogs, websites and bulletin boards, peer to peer networks, forums, private networks and other black-market sites 24/7, 365 days a year to identify stolen credentials and other personally identifiable information (PII). Learn more.
Our phishing simulation service tests the security awareness of your employees against social engineering and other cyber threats, and educates them to quickly and efficiently spot attacks. Friendly phishing services allows you to test what could happen to your organization before the hackers try. Learn more our security awareness training and phishing services.
Multi factor authentication protects your online data by ensuring that only verified users can access your business services and applications. MFA (also called 2FA) adds an extra security step in your login process to block any unauthorized users from your network.
Security tools, like a password manager, enable businesses and their users to securely manage passwords, log in seamlessly to applications via single-sign on (SSO), and manage access through multifactor authentication (MFA).
Continuously monitor the entire attack surface—including work-from-home environments— for vulnerabilities, compliance and misconfigurations, and create a prioritized remediation plan for addressing the discovered vulnerabilities and compliance gaps. Learn More.
An in-depth review of your security policies, procedures, and practices with recommendations.
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Business email compromise (BEC) attacks have not engendered the same level of notoriety as other attacks, but rank in combination as one of the most financially devastating and common types of cybercrimes against businesses.
How Does MDR Work?
Managed Detection and Response remotely monitors, detects, and responds to threats detected within your organization 24/7. An endpoint detection and response (EDR) tool typically provides the necessary visibility into security events on the endpoint.
Relevant threat intelligence, advanced analytics, and forensic data are passed to human analysts, who perform triage on alerts and determine the appropriate response to reduce the impact and risk of positive incidents. Finally, through a combination of human and machine capabilities, the threat is removed and the affected endpoint is restored to its pre-infected state.
What are the Benefits of MDR?
Organizations using an MDR solution can immediately reduce their time-to-detect (and therefore, time to respond) from the typical 280 days to as little as a few minutes –thereby dramatically reducing the impact of an event.
But reducing time-to-detect from months to mere minutes is not the only benefit. Organizations can also:
- Improve security posture and become more resilient to potential attack by optimizing security configuration and eliminating rogue systems.
- Identify and stop hidden, sophisticated threats through continuous managed threat hunting.
- Respond to threats more effectively and restore endpoints to a known good status through guided response and managed remediation.
- Can help reduce your cyber insurance premiums
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