Our Basic package

In today’s digital business world, the security of your IT systems and data is crucial, regardless of the size of your company. For small businesses and startups, who may still be in the early stages or have limited resources, selecting the right IT security products is paramount. We understand that not everyone is an IT expert, which is why we offer a range of basic IT security solutions that are easy to understand and simple to implement. Here are some of our products designed specifically for small businesses and startups with basic IT security requirements:

  • Endpoint Security
  • Email Security
  • Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM)
  • Password Manager
  • Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
  • Data Backup

Endpoint Security

The basic endpoint security protects endpoint devices (such as computers, laptops, smartphones) from external threats:

  • Virus Protection: Our security package includes robust virus protection, guarding against viruses, malware, and other known threats. This is based on signature detection, where known malicious files are compared with a database of virus definitions.
  • Firewall: Our solution incorporates a basic firewall, which blocks unwanted network traffic and prevents intruders from penetrating.
  • Update Management: Part of our package is update management, which helps keep operating systems and applications on endpoint devices up to date and patches known security vulnerabilities.
  • Malware Scan: We conduct regular scans of endpoint devices to detect and remove malicious files.
  • Notifications: Our solution sends notifications to administrators when suspicious activities or security breaches are detected.

E-Mail-Security

Our basic email security package includes the fundamental security measures we will implement for your email protection:

 

  • Strengthening password security for all user accounts.
  • Implementation of basic spam filters to block spam and known threats.
  • Training and awareness for your employees on recognizing phishing attacks and other email threats.
  • Regular backup of your emails and important data to prevent data loss.

Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM)

Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM) is an IT management technology that enables administrators to monitor and manage IT infrastructures remotely. Key features and functions of RMM include:

  • Real-time monitoring: Continuous capture of performance data (CPU, memory, network) for early issue detection.
  • Remote management: Remote control and maintenance of systems, including desktop remote control, updates, and maintenance.
  • Automation: Automated execution of predefined tasks to minimize manual work.
  • Alerts and notifications: Immediate notifications of issues or deviations for prompt response.
  • Patch management: Centralized management of software updates and patches.
  • Inventory management: Monitoring and management of hardware and software resources.

Password Manager

A password manager is a software or service designed to facilitate the management and security of user accounts and access credentials. The primary goal of a password manager is to create, store, and manage strong and unique passwords for various online accounts.

  • Password generation: Automatic creation of complex passwords.
  • Password storage: Secure storage in an encrypted database.
  • Autofill: Convenient filling of login forms.
  • Device synchronization: Access to passwords across various devices.
  • Security: Advanced encryption and two-factor authentication.
  • Password auditing: Monitoring and updating password security.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security process that combines multiple authentication methods to verify user identity and prevent unauthorized access. The three primary types of authentication factors in MFA are:

  • Something you know: Username and password.
  • Something you have: Physical objects like smartcards or USB tokens.
  • Something you are: Biometric features like fingerprints or facial recognition.

Examples of MFA implementations include text messages or authentication codes via app, hardware tokens, biometric authentication, and smart cards. MFA enhances security because an attacker needs an additional factor besides the password to gain access. This strengthens the security of online accounts and systems.

Data Backup

A data backup, also known simply as a backup, is the process of copying and storing digital information from devices onto secure media. The goal is to safeguard important data and restore it in case of data loss (due to hardware failures, viruses, etc.).

  • Data Integrity and Recovery: Backups secure data and enable recovery in case of loss or damage.
  • Regular Planning: Daily, weekly, or periodic backups as needed.
  • Backup Locations: Securely stored in safe locations such as external hard drives, cloud, or physical media.
  • Incremental Backups: Backup of changed or new files since the last backup.
  • Verification and Testing: Regular functionality checks and restoration tests.
  • Security: Appropriate security measures such as encryption and access controls.
  • Long-Term Archiving: Consideration of legal and business requirements for data archiving.
  • Automation: Automation of backup processes to minimize errors.

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