Is security being addressed through a cadence, not just a point in time?
Endpoint Security & Mobile Device Management
In the constant arms race between bad actors and security technology, the notion of slapping an antivirus onto a PC and calling it safe has become obsolete.
Today, layered, unified threat management allows organizations to secure and review all connected devices in their environment, from the personal phone your salesperson uses to connect to the company wifi to the executive laptop on the boss’s desk.
Broadview Networks has built a managed antivirus solution that, when incorporated with an effective firewall and security policy, will protect your devices with ESET Endpoint Anti-Virus Workstation Protection.
Additionally, we will provide notifications when a device is compromised so action can be taken quickly – something that traditional AV offerings don’t do. We also only bill for actual use – if a staff member leaves, you don’t need to keep paying for the coverage of their machine.
Datacentre & Cloud Security
Threats are layered. So should be a strong security profile. At the datacentre level, that includes good firewalls that don’t bottleneck internet traffic, and at the cloud level that includes knowing where your data’s being stored and where it’s allowed to travel.
Broadview Networks has partnered with Fortinet and Microsoft to present best-in-class security solutions at both the datacentre and cloud levels, which are easy to manage and cost-effective to deploy.
People make mistakes, and even if they don’t, it’s difficult to be proactive when it comes to security.
That’s where Multi-factor authentication comes in. This security process builds in an extra layer of consent for the user – simply stealing their password or in some cases even using their device or profile is no longer enough to hijack data.
As users are the weakest link of any security policy, 2FA is a fantastic tool for securing your environments at the most critical passes and allowing your IT manager to sleep more easily at night.
Teaching your employees best practices for good password hygiene and providing additional security awareness training is a must if you want to maintain a strong security defense against the growing cyber threats targeting your business.
Doing this not only helps you save thousands of dollars in the event of a breach but could prove to be priceless when avoiding long-term costs such as lost customer trust and damage to your business’ reputation.
Everyone knows it is better to be safe than it is to be sorry. In this case, it is likely to be cheaper too!
Find out how our security awareness training solution can help bolster your security posture to protect your business from growing security threats and risks, and help you safeguard your crucial revenues and profits during these challenging economic times.
Security Awareness Training
Cyberattacks are getting more sophisticated by the minute. With human errors inevitable and data breaches obliterating businesses, organizations transitioning to remote work need stronger cybersecurity for decentralized workspaces.
From mitigating cyberthreats to promoting confidence in your employees, security awareness training is an invaluable asset to your business. If you haven’t already invested in a security training program, let us convince you.
Our solution launches on-demand security awareness training and simulated phishing emails to empower your employees to spot potential dangers and make the right decisions.