About Our Cyber Security
Is my data secure?
This is a question that every company should ask themselves regularly. Just one small weakness in your shield can plummet your entire business and even impact the security of confidential client information.
When you hire LEAP Managed IT for your cyber security needs, our experts will run a detailed security audit to identify and address any potential vulnerabilities in your system. Our team uses endpoint detection and response to continuously monitor and address any potential threats or suspicious activity. In addition, we set up state-of-the-art firewalls to protect your servers and multifactor authentication to ensure maximum safety.
When running a business, you have a lot to worry about. Our goal is that, if you hire us, cyber security will be one less thing on your list. Our detailed security structure ensures that even the most aggressive threats will have no means to break through to breach your confidential information or servers.
When you hire us for your cyber security needs, we focus on protection based around three core implementations:
Endpoint Detection and Response
Endpoint detection and response is a growing strategy for many IT services. It operates in a way that combines a continuous real-time monitoring strategy with a collection of end-point data and rules-based responses. This allows us to identify threat patterns to ensure they do not continue to a point where they can cause harm. It also provides real-time alerts to any new threat, so we can address and correct them in a timely manner.
Firewalls are software used for network security. It monitors all incoming and outgoing traffic on a website to either permit or block data packets depending on whether or not it may pose a threat. The goal of implementation is to prevent any traffic on the website that may be there with malicious intent, such as viruses or hackers.
Security audits are conducted by our experts as a way of allowing an experienced eye, as well as top-tier software, to scan your systems and identify any vulnerabilities or threats present in your implementation.
Multifactor authentication is a commonly used practice to best ensure that your systems are not at risk of getting hacked. It is a measure that requires multiple levels of authentication for login to help ensure that those logging in to private systems and information storage centers have truly been granted access to do so.