Stay secure in the cloud

Protect your environment from malicious attacks, insider threats and human error with leading cyber security solutions

Take responsibility for your cyber security

Cyber attacks and data breaches are becoming more prevalent with every passing year. The reality is that it’s not a matter of if you’ll experience an event, but when. Fortunately there are plenty of actions you can take to protect yourself. In fact, the more prepared an organization is to prevent and manage potential impacts of cyber crises, the less significant those impacts will be.

Getting started with cyber security

Implementing cyber security solutions and best practices can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. There are four main areas you should cover, and we have a solution for each.

#1 Microsoft 365 security

While extremely secure on its own, there are still steps cloud providers can take to make Microsoft 365 as safe as possible for clients, such as monitoring account privileges and restricting data for certain users.

#2 Endpoint protection

It’s common for businesses to have multiple devices linked to different user accounts. Those connections, however, represent more opportunities for potential vulnerabilities. Implementing endpoint protection solves this problem.

#3 Email security & compliance

Businesses transmit sensitive data via email all the time. Deploying proper encryption and archiving solutions ensures that data stays in the right hands, and that communications are compliant with government regulations and standards.

#4 Backup & disaster recovery

In the event that an organization’s data is lost, its critical to be back up and running in as little time as possible. The right backup and disaster recovery solutions make this happen, so that users can continue on with business as usual.