Cyber Security

Cybersecurity is the practice to protect and ensure the safety of an internet-connected ecosystem and its residing data from cyber-attacks. These cyber-attacks are usually aimed at accessing, changing, or destroying sensitive information; extorting money from users; or interrupting normal business processes.

What is Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity or Information Technology Security enables to defend computers and servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks. The term is broad-ranging and applies to everything from computer security to disaster recovery and end-user education.

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Benefits

Protection for your business – cybersecurity solutions provide digital protection to your business that will ensure your employees aren’t at risk from potential threats such as Adware and Ransomware.
  • Protection for your business
Cybersecurity solutions provide digital protection to your business, It will ensure that your employees aren’t at risk from potential threats such as Adware and Ransomware.
  • Increased productivity
Viruses can slow down computers to a crawl and make work practically impossible. Effective cybersecurity eliminates this possibility, maximizing your business’ potential output.
  • Protection for your customers
By ensuring that your business is secure from cyber threats, it will also protect your customers, who could be susceptible to a cyber-breach by proxy.
  • Stops your website from going down
If you are a business that hosts your own website, a potential cyber breach could be disastrous. If your system becomes infected, it’s possible that your website could be forced to close meaning you will lose money as a result of lost transactions.
  • Inspires customer confidence
If you can prove that your business is effectively protected against all kinds of cyber breaches, you can inspire trust in your customers that their personal data will not be compromised.

Why businesses need Cyber Security?

  1. Protect Your Business and Personal Information of Customers/ Employees etc.
  2. Allows Employees to Work Safely from anywhere and Enhance their Productivity
  3. Ensure Business Continuity (Website and Critical Apps running 24*7
  4. Protect Users against Spyware and Adware
  5. Pro-actively safeguard Enterprise Data and Systems
  6. Inspire Confidence in Your Customers and key stakeholders
  • Protect Your Business – IT security cybersecurity solutions can provide comprehensive digital protection to your business. This will allow your employees to surf the internet as and when they need, and ensure that they aren’t at risk from potential threats.
  • Protects Employee’s Personal Info – One of the most valuable commodities in the digital age is personal information. If a virus is able to obtain personal information regarding your employees or customers, they are quite capable of selling that information on, or even using it to steal their money.
  • Allows Employees to Work Safely – Without the best cybersecurity solutions for your business, you and your employees are constantly at risk from a

Key Areas

Security Operations Center (SOC):

A Security Operations Center (SOC) is a control hub which undertakes the continuous monitoring and assessment of critical applications, websites, databases, servers, networks and assigned devices to check for anomalies and safeguard against any threat or malicious attack.
Our experts come with expertise across the tools in SOC which are called “Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) such as IBM Qradar and IBM Resilient

Database Activity Monitoring (DAM):

Database activity monitoring (DAM) refers to a suite of tools that can help to monitor, identify, and alert on fraudulent or unauthorized user activity on a database. DAM has evolved now to include vulnerability management and classifying issues as per enterprise applications. It supports security of unstructured data as well.
Our experts leverage our Database Management expertise to seamlessly manage a variety of DAM tools including Oracle AVDF and IBM Guardium.

Privilege Access Management (PAM):

Privileged Access Management (PAM) is a solution that enables organizations to allow access only to authenticated and validated users. It isolates the use of privileged accounts within the active directory to ensure that these accounts are safeguarded even in a situation where the active directory gets compromised.
At the Clover Infotech Centre of Excellence (CoE), we have built capabilities to work on PAM solutions from Arcos and Cyberark.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP):

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) or Data Leakage Prevention enables organizations to detect data breaches in time and prevents unauthorized and illegal transfer of data outside the organization. Organizations use DLP to protect their personally identifiable information and sensitive data. They also use DLP to adhere to regulatory and compliance mandates and to enable Work From Home and BYOD policies.
Our CoE has built capabilities across solutions from Symantec and Forcepoint for offering DLP services to our customers.

Endpoint Security:

Endpoint security solutions enable organizations to secure the endpoints or devices used by the end users. It comprises laptops, desktops, mobile devices etc. that are used to access enterprise systems and data. Endpoint security software or solutions safeguard the endpoints, which are vulnerable entry points for malicious attack and can be used by cybercriminals to gain unauthorized access into the enterprise’s systems.
Our team of experts are trained on areas across unified endpoint management. We work on solutions such as IBM’s MaaS360, TrendMicro and Symantec.

Vulnerability Management:

Vulnerability Management solutions enable organizations to identify, evaluate, classify, prioritize, remediate, and report vulnerabilities in its systems and the software or applications that run on the systems. Vulnerability Management is a continuous cycle as the organization’s IT footprint is dynamic and slightest of vulnerabilities can create a serious impact.
Our capabilities in Vulnerability Management includes expertise across solutions from Qualys, Nessus etc. among others.

Why Clover Infotech?

  • Vast Experience and focused expertise in Managing technology landscape of customers
  • A preferred managed services provider across applications and infrastructure for key customers, especially across BFSI
  • A team equipped with Cybersecurity experts to charter security strategy
  • Seamless business continuity assurance by building redundancy in case of impact on critical systems
  • Clearly defined policies and a strong team for audit, compliance, RCA and immediate remediation
  • Continuous knowledge base enhancement and a Proactive approach to cybersecurity which enables to pre-empt and prevent attacks

Use a firewall

One of the first lines of defense in a cyber-attack is a firewall. All SMBs set up a firewall to provide a barrier between your data and cybercriminals. In addition to the standard external firewall, the installation of internal firewalls provides additional protection. It’s also important that employees working from home install a firewall on their home network as well. Consider providing firewall software and support for home networks to ensure compliance.

Document your cybersecurity policies

While small businesses often operate by word of mouth and intuitional knowledge, cybersecurity is one area where it is essential to document your protocols. The Small Business Administration (SBA)’s Cybersecurity portal provides online training, checklists, and information specific to protect online businesses

Plan for mobile devices

With 27 percent of businesses currently allowing BYOD, according to the Tech Pro Research 2018. BYOD, Wearable’s and IOT: Strategies Security and Satisfaction, it is essential that companies have a documented BYOD policy that focuses on security precautions. With the increasing popularity of wearable’s, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers with wireless capability, it is essential to include these devices in a policy.

Educate all employees

Employees often wear many hats at SMBs, making it essential that all employees accessing the network be trained on your company’s network security policies.
Since the policies are evolving as cybercriminals become savvier, it’s essential to have regular updates on new protocols. To hold employees accountable, have each employee sign a document stating that they have been informed of the policies and understand that actions may be taken if they do not follow security policies.

Enforce safe password practices

Employees find changing passwords to be a pain. However, the Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigations Report found that 63 percent of data breaches happened due to lost, stolen or weak passwords. 65 percent of SMBs with password policies do not enforce it. In today’s BYOD world, it’s essential that all employee devices accessing the company network be password protected. Employees are required to use passwords with upper- and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. He says that SMBs should require all passwords to be changed every 60 to 90 days.

Regularly back up all data

While it’s important to prevent as many attacks as possible, it is still possible to be breached regardless of your precautions. The SBA recommends backing up word processing documents, electronic spreadsheets, databases, financial files, human resources files, and accounts receivable/payable files. Be sure to also back up all data stored in the cloud. Make sure that backups are stored in a separate location in case of fire or flood. To ensure that you will have the latest backup if you ever need it, check your backup regularly to ensure that it is functioning correctly.

Install anti-malware software

It’s easy to assume that your employees know to never open phishing emails. Investigations Report found that 30 percent of employees opened phishing emails, a 7 percent increase from 2015. Since phishing attacks involve installing malware on the employee’s computer when the link is clicked, it’s essential to have anti-malware software installed on all devices and the network.

Use multifactor identification

Regardless of your preparation, an employee will likely make a security mistake that can compromise your data. Using the multi-factor identification settings on most major networks and email products is simple to do and provides an extra layer of protection. He recommends using employees’ cell numbers as a second form since it is unlikely a thief will have both the PIN and the password.

•  Detect
•  Anomalies and Events
•  Security Continuous
•  Monitoring
•  Detection Processes

•  Respond
•  Response Planning
•  Communications
•  Analysis
•  Mitigation
•  Improvements

•  Recover
•  Recovery Planning
•  Improvements
•  Communications

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