Cyber security is the means through which an organisation/ individual mitigates the risk of a cyber attack.
In today’s day and age where we rely heavily on electronic devices and services to store data, it is imperative to protect this from unauthorised access – from within and outside of your organisation.
According to ONS (Office for National Statistics) The proportion of people working from home more than doubled in 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. This prompted organisations to review their cyber security practices, to ensure not only that their data is protected but to avoid fines in the event of a breach.
At ITRev, we utilise state of the art cyber security software with best practices followed by user training to strengthen the overall IT security of our clients.
Antivirus software – protects devices such as servers, computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones from viruses and malware. ITRev employs industry’s best practice of using endpoint detection and response technology for monitoring and responding to cyber threats.
Firewalls – protect against outside attacks by shielding your network from malicious or unauthorised network traffic as well as preventing malicious software from accessing a computer or network via the internet. ITRev ensures that your firewalls are configured and kept up-to-date according to latest industry standards.
Email protection – tools assist with identifying spam, viruses and phishing attacks. In a hectic business environment, often an undetected malicious email can open a door for hackers to exploit your network and steal sensitive information. ITRev can provide you with AI driven email security software for protection against such vulnerabilities
Information protection – are measures employed to protect organisational data from unauthorised access, disclosure, modification, and destruction. ITRev can assess your needs to develop and enforce information security policies.
User training – is a proven approach for mitigating cyber threats. ITRev professionals deliver courses that will equip your staff in identifying suspicious behaviour such as phishing attempts, malware, and social engineering attacks.
Contact us now to find out how we can assist you with securing your digital environment.