With more digital data at our fingertips than ever before, the threat of an attack or breach has never been stronger. If that’s not enough of a concern, cybercriminals are constantly changing course, developing new schemes all the time.
In the wake of an ever-evolving cybersecurity climate, how do you develop a strong security program that protects your organization?
Many organizations are turning to cybersecurity integration services.
The Role of Cybersecurity Integration Services
Cybersecurity integration providers exist to take over the day-to-day management and monitoring needs of an organization, so businesses can focus on larger, strategic security issues. They allow you to keep running your organization at peak performance.
But how do you know if you need a managed security service provider?
Common questions we ask our clients include:
If you can’t provide answers to these questions, it’s time to consider whether your data and security are properly protected.
Choosing a Top-Rated, Trusted Cybersecurity Integration Provider
The growing number of cybersecurity tools is overwhelming. Eide Bailly can save clients time and effort by selecting the right tools for their environment and helping them operationalize those tools for maximum effectiveness.
A secure IT infrastructure isn’t just protecting your company—it’s protecting your reputation and your bottom line. And while the right technology is important to that protection, you also need the right expertise and experience behind it. Depending on your environment, you may need help with an implementation, configuration or mitigation. Outsourcing your IT security and opting for a security as a service can provide value in many areas, including:
Whether you need help preventing future security incidents, solving technical security problems, or mastering technical security tools, our cybersecurity team backed by our technology consultants are here to advise. Eide Bailly’s technology team brings deep skillsets and broad experience in systems engineering and administration. Working with the rest of our cybersecurity team, they deliver the tools and resources businesses need to secure their IT infrastructure.
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Endpoint security usually refers to an application that detects and blocks malicious software. Some endpoint tools can also provide data loss prevention, encryption, firewall functionality and application whitelisting.
The definition of an “endpoint” has expanded to more than just a workstation at a desk. Laptops, smartphones, tablets and more are all now considered endpoints that need to be monitored and protected if they are being used to access corporate data. Ensuring all endpoint devices are protected provides the organization with another layer of protection from malicious software, insider threats and more.
70% of all breaches still originate at endpoints. (International Data Corporation)
A firewall is a network security system that monitors and controls incoming and outgoing network traffic based on predetermined security rules. A firewall typically establishes a barrier between a trusted network and an untrusted network, such as the internet. Security services for a firewall include intrusion protection, application proxy, connection monitoring and more.
Firewalls by themselves can prevent many intrusions. However, to get the greatest benefit from a firewall, it must have services enabled that can identify intrusions and detect running applications. Firewall services are necessary to stop most threats today.
20% of all web traffic in 2018 had bad or malicious bots designed to create automated attacks on websites, web application programming interfaces (APIs) and mobile applications. (Distil Networks)
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) is a managed cybersecurity service that provides intrusion detection of malware and malicious activity in your network. It also assists in rapid incident response to eliminate those threats with succinct remediation actions. MDR often consists of an outsourced security operations center (SOC), a collection of security monitoring tools and threat hunting capabilities. Threat hunting is the human-driven, proactive and iterative search through networks, endpoints or datasets in order to detect malicious, suspicious or risky activities that have evaded detection by existing automated tools.
Eide Bailly really raises the level of your technology and what you can do in your business.”
We didn’t realize the amount of risk we had in our environment until we had Eide Bailly do a security assessment. It was eye opening."
Cybersecurity threats never happen when it’s convenient. If you’re experiencing a data breach, you need a team on your side to uncover the truth and create a plan forward. Our 24/7 data breach hotline will help know what to do next.
Building a culture of security is critical for future success and long-term viability. Yet, for many organizations, lack of expertise, understanding and resources prevents them from truly implementing effective cybersecurity efforts.
Understand the impact of cybersecurity with our Eye of the Storm guide.
Director/Cybersecurity Practice Leader
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