Security Awareness Training
Breach Prevention Training is the first line of defense against cyber threats-your end users. It’s a critical element to an effective layered security strategy, which is the only way to fight complex modern cyber threats.
Simulated Phishing Attacks
Phishing is the primary way users are currently socially engineered. By being able to launch realistic phishing attack simulations, you can monitor user response and direct appropriate awareness.
DNS Security and Web Content Filtering
Secure your DNS connection against cyber-attacks by blocking malicious destinations before a connection is ever established, get total visibility into web usage, and enforce acceptable web usage policies to reduce risk.
Next Generation Endpoint Protection
Enhanced ransomware- Behavior-based, next generation threat detection protects you from ransomware, viruses, and malware.
Darkweb ID Protection
Identify, analyze, and proactively monitor your organization’s compromised or stolen employee or customer data.
Mobile Device Management
Manage and secure users, smartphones, tablets, laptops, and apps. Ensure corporate data on mobile devices is contained and secured.
Password Security Services
Centralize and secure your corporate and personal passwords, manage all employees and data access rights, receive notifications of all passwords known by departing employees, generate strong and unique passwords and more.
Network Security Assessments & Penetration Testing
Discover and remediate external vulnerabilities, user behavior, permissions, logins, and deeper dive internal vulnerabilities.
Compliance and Control:
Requirements that specify risk management as part of corporate governance requirements. The ability to audit users and assign accountability for irresponsible actions.
Keeping computers and network equipment updated is one of the most effective steps to preventing a possible network security issue.
A common mistake in small to medium business networks is the lack of a business grade firewall solution. Often business owners are unaware of the difference between having a network router and having a network firewall in place.
Hackers are lurking everywhere, if you are in the cloud or thinking about it then you need to ensure that technologies, policies and procedures are updated to meet the threat.
Most people know that antivirus and antispam software are necessary components of network security, but many people don’t realize why its so important until their computer or network is infected with a virus, malware, spyware, or a host of other potentially dangerous issues.
From popups to spyware, malicious mobile apps have been around since the launch of app markets. Mobile malware is on the rise and expected to reach 20 million devices by the end of 2016.
Password and password protection are proving to be an area that needs attention when discussing network security. Using sophisticated software and tools, hackers are easily gaining access to small business networks through simple or default passwords.
Keep Malicious Attacks at Bay with NetLogix
Start with an internal security audit to see how your system's security stacks up. With LogixCare and LogixSecure, you can keep your connected devices, sensitive data and employees protected against cyberattacks. Learn more about how NetLogix solutions keep your hardware and software up to date, networks monitored and malicious attacks at bay when you schedule your complimentary security assessment.