Data Loss Prevention
The more information is shared electronically, the greater the likelihood that someone will inadvertently or intentionally send sensitive data to an unauthorised individual and put confidential corporate data at risk. Information can leave the company on many different channels—email, web, instant messaging (IM), or FTP. Some messages or transactions are allowable but need to be encrypted to ensure data privacy. Other types of communications are simply unacceptable at any time and must be blocked. Enforcing the right policies at the right time is essential to ensuring data security, regulatory compliance, and intellectual property protection.
- Enforce security Policies for Data in Motion.
- Monitor mobile Email through traffic enforcement.
- Protect corporate emails through integration with message transfer agent gateways.
- Application data classification
Intrusion Preventions / Intrusion Detections
Threats against organisation information and integrity are rising every day and becoming more insidious than ever. With more than 8 million viruses and other forms of attacks added in the last 12 months alone, we should be more prepared today than ever.
As a result, organisation is continuing to turn to intrusion detection and protection systems as a foundation of their organisation. The first step in defending your network is to understand where your digital assets are located and where the vulnerabilities lie.
An Intrusion detection system IDS is designed to monitor all inbound and outbound network activity and also identifies any suspicious patterns that may indicate a network or a system attack from someone who is attempting a breach (compromise a system). These suspicious activities could be viruses, malware, worm or a hacker. IPS is often mistaken to be just a firewall or a good antivirus program. It is a tool that is used in conjunction of those standard security products to increase your system security.
Intrusion Prevention system IPS provides policies and rules for the network traffic along with the IDS for alerting systems or security administrators about a suspicious attack. So they work together, when IDS informs about a potential attack an IPS makes an attempt to stop it. IPS has the capability to prevent know intrusions signatures, but also some unknown attacks due to its database of generic attack behaviours.
These IDS / IPS can be more hardware and software implemented in the organisation.
Contact one of our expert today to find out how your organisation could benefit from security partnership with 4T Technologies.
With the increasing trends of Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), remote workforces and the rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), there are more devices on corporate networks than ever before. These trends, while great for innovation and productivity, have made securing corporate networks and their data extremely complex. Each of these devices are the potential points of entry for hackers to exploit in search of sensitive company and user information. This is where compliance comes into play. Ensuring compliance and protecting sensitive data and intellectual property should be at the forefront of every security discussion. Don’t take unnecessary risks with your network security and call out 4T Technology to see how to stay secure while growing a successful business.