Your company is unique. You have a specific set of security needs. You cannot protect yourself with a cookie-cutter IT partner. You need a security partner who can give you a flexible engagement model that will increase your cybersecurity capabilities while reducing your cybersecurity costs. We do everything we can to upgrade your existing security capabilities without forcing you to completely change the operations you have already developed.
Firewalls are a key component in safeguarding your business from malicious threats. UDI offers a variety of dedicated, managed and monitored NextGen firewall solutions that free you from the resource-intensive work of maintaining your firewall. Whether we supply the hardware or manage and monitor what you already own, you have more time to focus on your core business competencies while we provide the security expertise.
Building next generation capabilities for threat detection and response is not feasible for many organizations. A SOC Solution can help bridge this gap by delivering advanced detection and response as a service, thereby removing the complexity and cost of building an in-house next generation security operations.
Cybercriminals target your employees. Ongoing cybersecurity education and training for your staff is a must for businesses to stay secure. Create a cybersecurity awareness training program developed by our experts. We offer a comprehensive suite of security awareness training content.
Passwords alone can’t prevent account takeover. By combining another factor – something you have – you can add another layer of security that prevents your organization from a data breach. Verify the identity of your employee with two-factor authentication and the health of their devices before they connect to your apps via secure single sign-on (SSO)
Maintain productivity by shielding end users from unwanted spam and malicious phishing attacks. Advanced Email Security quickly filters and sanitizes every email before it is delivered to your mail server to protect you from email-borne threats. Using virus scanning, spam scoring, real-time intent analysis, URL link protection, reputation checks, and other techniques.
Incident response is a plan for responding to a cybersecurity incident methodically. If an incident is nefarious, steps are taken to quickly contain, minimize, and learn from the damage. Not every cybersecurity event is serious enough to warrant investigation. Events, like a single login failure from an employee on-premises, are good to be aware of when occurring as isolated incidents but don’t require man-hours to investigate.
Content filtering is the use of a program to screen and/or exclude access to web pages or email deemed objectionable. Content filtering is used by businesses as part of their firewalls. Content filtering works by specifying content patterns – such as text strings or objects within images – that, if matched, indicate undesirable content that is to be screened out. A content filter will then block access to this content.
Sensitive information can include financial data or personally identifiable information (PII) such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, or health records. With a data loss prevention (DLP) policy, you can identify, monitor, and automatically protect sensitive information across.
Advanced End-Point Detection
Endpoint protection, or endpoint security, is a general term that describes cybersecurity services for network endpoints, like laptops, desktops, smartphones, tablets, servers, and virtual environments. These services may include antivirus and antimalware, web filtering, and more. Endpoint protection helps businesses keep critical systems, intellectual property, customer data, employees, and guests safe from ransomware, phishing, malware, and other cyberattacks.
Continuously identify and patch vulnerabilities across all your global IT assets – whether on-prem, endpoints, clouds, containers, OT and IoT. Determine what’s running in every part of your network – the corporate perimeter, cloud instances, mobile devices, IoT endpoints, OT systems and more. Uncover forgotten and unauthorized IT assets that can put your network at risk.
Keeping businesses safe requires constant vigilance—you need to keep all systems up to date with the latest patches or you can open IT up to serious security risks. When you manage enough workstations and servers, keeping software up to date can quickly become complex without patch management software to take care of it all.
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Security for Every Layer of your Network
With so much of your life stored on your systems, it’s important that you do all you can to protect it. Anti-Virus is the first layer of protection way to your end-points… to help keep you safe from viruses, spyware & Trojans – and help stop ransomware locking up all your files.
Next-generation firewalls integrate three key assets: enterprise firewall capabilities, an intrusion prevention system (IPS) and application control. Like the introduction of stateful inspection in first-generation firewalls, NGFWs bring additional context to the firewall’s decision-making process by providing it with the ability to understand the details of the Web application traffic passing through it and taking action to block traffic that might exploit vulnerabilities.
Your network has the power to deliver highly effective protection from today’s sophisticated and ever-evolving threat landscape. With a Software-Defined Secure Network (SDSN) from Juniper, your business can benefit from unified defense across multivendor environments, private clouds, and public clouds. Powered by automated remediation, real-time intelligence, and machine learning, your network will know when and how to defend your people, data, and infrastructure.
Security Device Management and Security Device Support offer a flexible choice to security managers looking to reduce the costs and complexity of device management. Our vendor-certified experts act as an extension of your team, providing specialized security device support and management throughout the full lifecycle of security devices, to help ensure optimal performance and rapid remediation of any incident. UDI provides 24x7x365 outsourced management of security devices from our NOC, employing expert and certified engineers for widely used security technologies.
Different size organizations cope with different problems, but all have employees as the weak link in their IT security. The challenges of creating and running an awareness program vary depending on the amount of employees. We can manage the training and awareness of your business to meet regulatory compliance needs and protect your business from a costly data breach.