Keeping Your Network Secure
Endpoint protection secures all connections by blocking access attempts and other malicious activity at all points of entry. Endpoint security keeps your users secure while boosting network performance. ActionPoint offers comprehensive protection from ransomware, zero-day vulnerabilities, malicious traffic, and everything in between.
Antivirus is the most fundamental level of security for your organisation as it sits on all your team’s desktops. Our team actively monitors and manages your antivirus protection. We adopt a multi-tiered and in-depth approach to help protect against malicious code and viruses. ActionPoint recommends using an antivirus that is lightweight yet rigorous.
A firewall establishes a barrier between a trusted, secure internal network and outside networks, which are assumed to be unsafe. Firewall security is of utmost importance as it blocks malware and viruses before they can attack your internal infrastructure.
Content filtering is the practice of blocking access to web content that may be deemed inappropriate, suspicious, or even dangerous. Content filtering is vital in a work setting as it can otherwise be difficult to control worker’s web browsing habits.
After securing devices with an antivirus, it is vital to ensure that your data is encrypted from end to end. Encryption protects private data with unique codes that scramble the data and make it impossible for intruders to read. Encryption ensures that any sensitive data exchanged over your network is given an extra layer of protection.
Ransomware is a malicious tactic deployed by cyber-criminals to target weak points in a network. Protecting against cyber threats is becoming more and more complex as hacking tools evolve. Integrating security tools such as Sophos, Intercept X and next generation firewalls are vital in the defence against cyber-attacks. This includes ransomware, malware and spyware.
Phishing is the fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity. Phishing is carried out over email, phone or text whilst pretending to be a trusted person or institution. While education and training are key, one the best ways to protect against phishing is by implementing Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and multi-factor authentication with conditional access.
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