In the past year alone, enterprises suffered a 600% increase in phishing and a 33% increase in ransomware. Mitigating these attacks requires visibility into every network endpoint along with skilled personnel to respond 24/7 to threats. Improved Telecom Solutions works with the top security companies in the industry that specializes in the following:
- Next-Generation Firewall
- SIEM-as-a-Service (log alerting, management, and monitoring)
- Vulnerability Assessments and Scanning
- Penetration Testing
- Advanced IDS/IPS, anomaly detection, raw packet capture
- Network visibility (flow data)
- Secure Access Secure Edge (SASE)
- SaaS Monitoring: Cloud Access Security Broker
- IaaS Monitoring: Cloud Workload Protection
- DDoS Protection
- O365 Monitoring
- Managed Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Protection
- Threat Hunting
- Advanced agent technology quickly identifies malicious activity
- Expert security analysts assist with remediation
- 24/7 monitoring & response services ensure effective immediate action
Implementing our Security Awareness Training program can greatly enhance your company’s security. One of the greatest risks to your business is your employees. By implementing a security training schedule that includes phishing simulations, cybersecurity, IT best practices, and regulatory compliance, you can educate your employees and better safeguard your business from the risk of cyberattacks and breaches.
What’s in a SASE Solution?
With networks expanding beyond the WAN edge to thin branch networks and the cloud, traditional hub and spoke infrastructure models centered around the corporate data center begin to break down. A new networking and security strategy is required that combines network and security functions with WAN capabilities to support the dynamic, secure internet access for a “work from anywhere” workforce. That strategy is Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE.
SASE extends networking and security capabilities beyond where they have typically been available, allowing users, regardless of location, to take advantage of firewall-as-a-service (FWaaS), secure web gateway (SWG), zero-trust network access (ZTNA), and a medley of other threat detection functions.