Updated: Apr 15, 2021
Ways Your Organisation Can Reduce Cyber Risks
It's important to establish a baseline and close existing vulnerabilities. When was your last assessment?
Secure your email. Most attacks originate in your email. We’ll help you choose a service
designed to reduce spam and your exposure to attacks on your staff via email.
Apply security policies on your network. Examples: Deny or limit USB file storage access, enable enhanced password policies, set user screen timeouts, and limit user access.
Detection & Response Protect your computers from malware, viruses, and cyber attacks with
advanced endpoint security. Today's latest technology (which replaces your outdated anti-virus solution) protects against file-less and script-based threats and can even rollback a ransomware attack.
Utilise Multi-Factor Authentication whenever you can including on your network, banking
websites, and even social media. It adds an additional layer of protection to ensure that
even if your password does get stolen, your data stays protected.
Keep Microsoft, Adobe, and Java products updated for better security. We provide a
“critical update” service via automation to protect your computers from the latest known attacks.
Dark Web Research
Knowing in real-time what passwords and accounts have been posted on the Dark Web
will allow you to be proactive in preventing a data breach. We scan the Dark Web and take
action to protect your business from stolen credentials that have been posted for sale.
Uses big data engines to review all event and security logs from all covered devices to protect against advanced threats and to meet compliance requirements.
Web Gateway Security
Internet security is a race against time. Cloud-based security detects web and email threats
as they emerge on the internet and blocks them on your network within seconds – before they reach the user.
Mobile Device Security
Today's cybercriminals attempt to steal data or access your network by way of your
employees' phones and tablets. They're counting on you to neglect this piece of the
puzzle. Mobile device security closes this gap.
Turn on Intrusion Detection and Intrusion Prevention features. Send the log files to a
managed SIEM. And if your IT team doesn’t know what these things are, call us today!
Whenever possible, the goal is to encrypt files at rest, in motion (think email) and especially on mobile devices.
Backup local. Backup to the cloud. Have an Offline backup for each month of the
year. Test your backups often. And if you aren’t convinced your backups are working properly get in touch.
FREE complete IT security review
ClearSky Cloud's partner C>Ways an established technology business is offering peace of mind with a comprehensive free IT security assessment, normally charged at £1,500. This is a no-obligation review of how all your IT security could be improved.
Benefits of your FREE IT security review
Any business can have all the risk assessment documents in the world, but they are relatively worthless if your network isn’t supported by bulletproof protection against data theft, malware, ransomware and other IT Threats. Cyber Crime is big business around the world, so it’s essential that you always keep your IT up-to-date and are fully aware of any security vulnerabilities within your organisation. The question is, why would you NOT want a FREE IT security review for the business you have spent time and money growing?
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