Protecting Your Data from Everyday Calamities
CyberSleuth® Managed Data Protecction
As a business owner, you depend on your data. In fact, you probably couldn’t operate a single day without it. But this could mean trouble if you faced an unexpected everyday calamity.
Business owners back up their data in a variety of ways―to local servers or appliances, drives, or USBs, or to the cloud. But not all of these approaches are equal, and some may even put your data at risk when the unexpected happens. Fortunately, our managed data protection solutions can back up your data securely and restore it quickly whenever it’s needed.
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All your data
When your employees click on a suspicious website link there is an entire array of dangers that can threaten your company ― including ransomware. Our web protection and DNS filtering services block employee access to the thousands of existing nefarious websites and the hundreds of new spurious sites that pop up every day.
Lower Employee Distractions
We deploy high-level tools that enable us to conform your individual employee’s web access to your policies for their role and workflow. By limiting the employee’s web access to only those sites and applications needed for their daily work, you’re able to eliminate more distractions and drive higher productivity.
Protect Guest Network Access
Your employees aren’t the only individuals that access your network. You may provide network access for visitors to your facility (such as vendors and partners) along with customers. To protect your organization from objectionable or illegal use of your wireless network, our web protection services shut down access to sites that could be problematic or dangerous.
Because every email that lands in an employee’s inbox can potentially carry a malignant link or attachment that could cause damage and cost you money. In fact, more than half of all ransomware incidents begin with a spam or phishing email1. Microsoft 365® email has some strong built-in security features, but they often aren’t enough. Our advanced email security services add more layers of protection for your Microsoft 365 users. With it, you can:
- Safeguard Microsoft 365 inboxes with proprietary email filtering technology―with 99.999% accuracy
- Help prevent users from falling victim to email and display name spoofing
- Reveal users and accounts sending out spam
- Help avoid zero-day attacks via attachment- and macro-blocking management
Our network path analysis services help offer:
- Visibility―Gain further transparency into the internet and cloud so you can see where your data travels.
- Security―Protect your data by determining if it travels to unsafe places or if something seems awry in your network traffic.
- Efficiency/productivity―Often, slowdowns don’t start on your local network. With our services, we can identify the root of a data chokepoint and work with third-party providers to resolve the issues―helping you get more speed out of your IT workflow.
Peace of mind for you―confidence for your work-from-anywhere employees
- No extra work or time for you or your employees is required to encrypt your data
- Gain the protection of full, business-class encryption
In the event of a ransomware attack, your backed-up files are your best option to get up and running again without paying the criminal for access to your own files. Also, if you lose access to documents located on your office computers as a result of something like a power surge, storm activity, or human error, you’re can retrieve your backups and get back to work from any internet-connected computer.
Back up all types of business documents, including files from:
- Microsoft Office®
- .PST files
- Open Office™
- Mac® file types
- And more
- Gain peace of mind, knowing your data can be recovered
- Get regular reporting on recoverability tests of your backups
- Lower the stress of a potential data loss incident
- Increase your confidence in your backup and business continuity protocols
Repeat ransomware attacks have become a common occurrence in recent years
According to a 2017 report from data protection vendor Druva, 50% of the 832 IT professionals surveyed said their organization had been hit with ransomware multiple times
In its 2018 global survey of 2,700 IT managers, endpoint security vendor Sophos found that most organizations suffered multiple attacks with the average number being two per year.