Certified Cyber Security

Defense Against Advanced Persistent Threats

Do you have on your CAP?

It's raining hackers!
You need a Cyber Attack Plan.

  • What are the vulnerabilities on your computers and in your network?
  • What is your plan if your computers and network is attacked and stops working?
  • Who do you call? How long will you be down?

You must know the answers to these questions.

        Most cybersecurity threats are initiated from the Internet.

The most common include:

  • Ransomware
  • Viruses, worms, and trojan horses
  • Spyware and malware
  • Zero-day attacks, also called zero-hour attacks
  • Hacker attacks
  • Denial of service attacks
  • Data interception and theft
  • Identity theft

How Does Cybersecurity Work?

To understand cybersecurity it helps to know that no single solution protects you from a variety of threats. You need multiple layers of security called Defense In Depth (DID), If one fails others still stand.

Cybersecurity is accomplished through hardware, software, education and training. All of these must be constantly managed, updated and current to protect you from emerging threats.

A cybersecurity design usually consists of many components. Ideally, all components work together, which minimizes maintenance and improves security.

Cybersecurity components often include:

  • 24/7 365 days a year up-to-date network and computer defenses
  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA)
  • Anti-virus, malware and anti-spyware solutions
  • Firewalls, to block unauthorized access to your network
  • Intrusion prevention & detection systems (IPS/IDS)
  • Secure authorized remote access
  • Disaster recovery plan
  • Certified professionals to call and speak to immediately

ENACCS Certified Extended Defense & Response (ECXDR) secures data across networks, clouds, endpoints, and applications while applying analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) to detect, analyze, hunt, and remediate today's and tomorrow's threats. Contact us to secure your systems and network today.