Cyber Security as a Service
Our cyber security managed services maintain a secure IT environment so your business can grow, all while preventing unauthorised access to your network and allowing service users access to external data that we carefully verify.
Cyber Security That Works Through Collaboration
Cyber security is the process of protecting software, data, and hardware connected to the internet from cyber threats. Both individuals and businesses use this method to keep unauthorised people from getting into data centres and other computerised systems.
A strong cyber security strategy can give an organisation or user a good defence against attacks that try to alter, gain access to, destroy, delete, or extort their systems and sensitive data. Cyber security also plays a crucial role in blocking attacks that disable a system or device from working or making it hard to use.
SES Computers will collaborate with you to ensure your business is protected.
Managed Cyber Security Services With You in Mind
Why You Need Managed Security Services
The importance of cyber security managed services is on the rise as the number of devices, end-users, and applications in today’s organisation increase with the massive volume of data – much of which is confidential or considered sensitive. The digital space has become more prone to security issues mainly due to the increasing number of cyberattacks and the sophistication of attack methods. Managed cyber security services do the heavy lifting for you.
Our experts will create the framework you need to ensure your data remains protected and you have peace of mind.
Your Company Will Benefit From Cyber Security Managed Services
Incorporating and sustaining sound cyber security policies through cyber security managed services has many advantages.
- Security for businesses against hacking and other forms of cybercrime
- Quicker restoration following an attack
- Secure storage and transmission of data and networks
- Uptime and reliability in business operations
- Stopping unwanted users from getting in
- User and device privacy protection
- Data security compliance
- Enhanced trust and credibility among the company’s development community, partner businesses, customers, stakeholders, and staff
The Many Types of Cyber Security Threats We Prioritise
It can be challenging to keep up with technological innovations, security trends, and threat intelligence. It is needed, however, to protect your data and other resources from cyber threats – and they materialise in many forms. Managed security services help you remain GDPR compliant in the UK and save revenue you could lose in a data breach. Some kinds of cyber threats are:
- Social engineering – an attack that uses human interaction to trick people into breaking security rules so that they can get sensitive information that users usually protect, like passwords, for instance.
- Malware – malicious software used to damage a computer user. It can be any file or program. Worms, viruses, Trojans, and spyware are all examples of this.
- Another type of malware is called “ransomware.” Attackers lock the computer system files of a victim, usually by encrypting them and then demand payment to unlock and decrypt the files.
- Insider threats result from losses or security breaches caused by people such as contractors, employees, or customers. Insider threats are either malicious or negligent in nature.
- Phishing- a type of social engineering that uses fake emails or texts that look like they came from a trusted or well-known source. The goal of these messages, which are often random attacks, is to steal sensitive information like credit card or login information.
- Spear phishing – this is a form of phishing attack meant to trick a specific person, business, or organisation.
- Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) – these attacks happen when multiple systems, like servers, websites, or other network resources, work together to stop traffic on a single system. By sending many messages, connection requests, or packets to the target, attackers can slow down or crash the system, making it impossible for legitimate traffic to use it.
- Advanced persistent threats (APTs) – these threats are long-lasting, targeted attacks in which an attacker gets into a network and stays there for a long time without being found. The attacker’s goal is to steal data.
- Man-in-the-middle (MitM) – these attacks are a type of eavesdropping in which an attacker intercepts and forwards messages between two parties who think they are talking to each other.
Botnets, exploit kits, drive-by-download attacks, vishing, malvertising, cross-site scripting (XSS), credential stuffing, business email compromise (BEC), SQL injection, and zero-day exploits are also common types of attacks.
Get Started With the UK’s Finest
SES Computers specialises in managed security services in the UK. Our team of technology experts work with your company to ensure your firewall is up-to-par and your network remains intact. Need a quote? Contact us now.