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Cybersecurity

The risks are growing

Proactive can help you stay on top of IT security threats.

"Significant" refers to major cyber attacks to a countries government agencies, defense, large corporations from 2006-2020.

IT Security beyond basic antivirus

Proactive provides the essential tools needed to assess and manage your IT network's security, protecting you against cybercrime and ensuring that you remain compliant with your regulatory obligations. Cybersecurity requires a multi-layered approach and is constantly evolving.

57% of Cyberattack victims report that breaches could have been prevented by installing a patch.
Half of all malware attacks target the United States
Every day, at least 450,000 new malicious programs are detected.
$7.68 Million: The Average Cost of an Insider-Related Cyber Incident for SMBs
One in Five SMBs Don’t Use Any Endpoint Security Protections
60% of SMB Choose to Keep Their Heads in the Sand About Attack & Breach Risks
Canada
12
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
54.7231166
-113.7194571
Japan
13
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
37.107888701792675
139.00842420867048
Saudi Arabia
15
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
24.1662662
40.5809385
Iran
15
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
31.9740371
44.6740084
China
15
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
34.4560272
86.0832198
Ukraine
16
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
48.2558976
26.6929453
Australia
16
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
-24.9929159
133.7751
South Korea
18
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
35.9078
127.7669
India
23
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
20.5937
78.9629
Germany
21
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
51.0834
10.4234
United Kingdom
47
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
51.7613
-0.50801
United States
156
"Significant" Cybersecurity Attacks
37.0902
-95.7129
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Cybersecurity services

Managed Antivirus

Top regulatory compliance frameworks including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC / NIST 800-171 & Cyber Insurance

Multi-Factor Authentication

Top regulatory compliance frameworks including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC / NIST 800-171 & Cyber Insurance

Advanced Spam Filtering

Top regulatory compliance frameworks including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC / NIST 800-171 & Cyber Insurance

Password Security Vaults

Top regulatory compliance frameworks including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC / NIST 800-171 & Cyber Insurance

Zero Trust Protection

Top regulatory compliance frameworks including GDPR, HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC / NIST 800-171 & Cyber Insurance

Covid-19 & the Current Landscape

Traditional cybersecurity consisted of a primary perimeter around a workspace. Now that Covid-19 has slingshot businesses into remote workplaces, the primary perimeter no longer serves the purpose, reducing the clarity of employee activity and expanding the range of attack. These Traditional IT organizations still see a perimeter breach occurring about once every 30 days, according to recent research from Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) cloud leader Splunk. It's time to reevaluate your security policies

What's driving the perimeter breach?

According to the report, data leakage. SIEM deployments collect a tremendous amount of threat intelligence that can then be used to detect threats. However, with the proliferation of devices like tablets, laptops, and smartphones — and the few data security staff that may be aware of their usage — an organization may become one breach away from disaster. Even worse, research has revealed that about one in four organizations has experienced an insider breach, according to 2016 data from The Ponemon Institute, yet only 4 percent have documented these incidents.

Mitigating the Threat

Today, securing your organization against cyber threats requires constant monitoring of your network traffic, endpoints, cloud applications, and email accounts. The trouble is that there's no widely accepted standard for automating security assessments across all devices, endpoints, cloud applications, social media, and user behaviors. Instead, you may find yourself using a combination of solutions from your established vendors, combining different technologies and services with disparate security functions. As you try to match those capabilities with your needs and budget, you may experience challenges in identifying and securing the right solutions.

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