Today’s Internet presents more opportunities than ever for hackers and malware to interrupt your business. Triplet Computers offers a suite of protective services to shield your network for complete protection.
A cybersecurity framework is a set of policies, procedures, and best practices designed to manage and mitigate cybersecurity risks. It provides a structured approach to identify, protect, detect, respond to, and recover from cyber-attacks and incidents. A cybersecurity framework typically includes guidelines for risk assessment, access control, threat management, incident response, and security awareness training. By implementing a cybersecurity framework, organizations can improve their security posture and reduce the likelihood and impact of cyber-attacks.
Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR)
Our Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) software is an integrated, layered approach to computer protection that combines real-time continuous monitoring and data analytics with rule-based automated responses. EDR is a requirement for most Cyber Insurance protection.
Advanced Email Protection (AEP)
There is an estimate that 91% of Cyber Attacks start with Email. There are essentially 13 threats to email security. Spam, Malware, Data Exfiltration, URL Phishing, Scamming, Spear Phishing, Domain Impersonation, Brand Impersonation, Extortion, Business Email Compromise, Conversation Hijacking, Lateral Phishing and Account Takeover. Our AEP software proactively monitors for all these email threats 24/7.
Phishing Awareness and Protection
With our security awareness training and phishing simulations, end-users will gain the confidence of identifying potential Spam and Phishing attempts. The Advanced Impersonation Protection will also help safeguard employee spoofs and to prevent personalized fraud attacks.
External and Internal Vulnerability Scanners
Vulnerability Scanning is an automated process of proactively assessing applications, networks, and other security infrastructure for vulnerabilities.
“More than 4,100 publicly disclosed data breaches occurred in 2022 equating to approximately 22 billion records being exposed.”
Source: Cyber security publication Security Magazine