Next Generation Anti Malware Protection
Helping Local Businesses by Defending against Virus & Ransomware
Hertfordshire Based IT Support
Helping Local Businesses by Defending against Virus, Ransomware and evolving Online Threats to the Business using SentinelOne.
One Agent to Rule them All.
Are you worried about being able to keep your business up and running or not being able to get hold of your IT Support when you really need them?
What if you could drop all of that stress and hassle safe in the knowledge your IT is being looked after and you have a team you can reach out to for additional support and get a fantastic response.
Anti Malware ENQUIRY
We monitor your Computers for Threats and Vulnerabilities using SentinelOne
Ensuring your computers stay online and secure using our central managed console.
Staying on top of these threats as a business owner can be almost an impossible task. Our service to you is designed to help keep your business ahead of these threats, providing malware protection, without adding more to your already overloaded plate.
Small businesses can struggle to find the time and resources it needs to effectively manage the IT systems and services.
Finding a reliable outsourced IT provider is crucial for the day-to-day running of your business.
Thats where we come in with SentinelOne
Can wreak havoc by stealing confidential information, damaging files or, in the case of ‘ransomware’, locking files and preventing access unless you pay a ransom.
Protecting, using SentinelOne, against a broad range of malware (including computer viruses, worms, spyware, botnet software and ransomware) and including options for virus removal will protect your computers, your important documents and your privacy.
Regularly updating software and operating systems will help fix any known weaknesses. Doing this as quickly as possible is crucial to mitigating the risk of a criminal hacker exploiting it first.
Obtaining administrator rights is a key objective for criminal hackers, as this allows them to gain unauthorised access to applications and other sensitive data.
User accounts, particularly those with special access privileges, should be assigned only to authorised individuals, managed effectively, and provide the minimum level of access to applications, computers and networks.
Boundary firewalls and Internet gateways determine who has permission to access your system from the Internet and allow you to control where your users can go.
Antivirus software may help protect the system against unwanted programs, but a firewall helps keep attackers or external threats from getting access to your system in the first place.
To adjust the security provided, much like any other control function, you can make changes to the firewall ‘rules’.
Computers and network devices should be configured to minimise the number of inherent vulnerabilities and provide only the services required to fulfil their intended function.
This will help prevent unauthorised actions being carried out and ensure that each device publicly discloses only the minimum information about itself.
A scan can reveal opportunities for exploitation through insecure configuration.
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