Cybersecurity and Threat Protection
Cyber-criminals are persistent and increasingly skilled at launching attacks from the web with email and internet gateways having become the biggest threat vectors that companies now face.
Protect your organisation against sophisticated ransomware, phishing, and other cyberthreats with IT security best practice recommendations.
Adopt a layered approach to protection with secure cloud-delivered solutions from INNOVATE, The IT Solutions people.
Secure your internet gateway, protect your network, email infrastructure and remote users wherever they access the internet.
Gartner expects that about half of the malware campaigns this year will use some type of encryption to conceal malware delivery. This statistic alone amplifies the need for security teams to urgently find more appropriate ways to protect their networks.
Stay ahead of attacks
Using live threat intelligence to provide visibility and enforcement, both on and off the corporate network, Cisco Umbrella is a cloud-delivered platform that serves as the first line of defence against threats on the internet, wherever users go, meaning that you will have fewer malware infections to remediate and attacks will be stopped before they cause damage.
Are your network and email infrastructure protected against spear phishing attacks?
• Up to 90% of targeted cyber-attacks start with an email.
• Over 95% of organisations have unidentified spear phishing attacks already in their inboxes.
Mitigating business risk using IT solutions remains a key focus for IT professionals.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) provides an additional layer of security to the authentication process to protect company devices and accounts should user-passwords be compromised by a stolen database or phishing attack.
2FA depends on a second factor, verified from an email or text sent to provide a higher level of assurance than traditional authentication methods that depend on single-factor authentication.
2FA is making it harder for attackers to gain access to a person's devices or online accounts, because knowing the victim's password alone is not enough to pass the authentication check.