Cyber Security

Businesses often think about security in binary terms - either they’re secure or they aren’t. However, cybersecurity isn’t all-or-nothing. It’s about smartly managing risk with a proactive, multi-tiered solution and minimizing vulnerabilities.

Network Firewall

Protect the main gates.

Network Firewall

Monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules your organization requires.

Managed Web Protection

Protection on each system.

Managed Web Protection

Monitor and control incoming and outgoing network traffic at the workstation level based on predetermined security rules your organization requires.

Managed EDR Security

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) helps prevent, detect, and respond to ever-changing threats—and recover quickly when ransomware or other exploits strike.

Managed EDR Security

Remediation and rollback help reverse the effects of an attack and restore endpoints to their pre-attack healthy state to minimize downtime.

Patch Management

Cyber attackers typically search for the easiest way to breach a network. This often involves targeting “soft targets,” such as software that has not yet been updated.

Patch Management

Keeping all systems up to date with the latest operating system and software patches is critical in the prevention of cyber-attacks & threats which can be prevented, if not minimized.

Beacon's Approach to IT Security

Since no solution can be 100%, I believe in multi-layered approach to security. Unfortunately, there is no solution that can protect systems & people 100% of the time…Especially when it comes to phishing attacks, when people are tricked and fall prey to malicious attacks. 

Cyber Security Vision

The best way to prevent this is to put security protocols in place and educate people on what to look out for. The purpose of including multiple layers in your network security is to make sure that each single defense component has a backup, and the individual strengths of each layer can cover any gaps that other defenses may lack. Each individual layer in a multi-layered security approach focuses on a specific area where the malware could attack, and simply offers a better chance of stopping intruders from breaching a network, and infections (such as ransomware) than using a single solution.

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