Ransomware Prevention & Detection
Globally, the most common forms of attack on small to mid-sized businesses are those that rely on deception: phishing (57%), stolen or compromised devices (33%), and credential theft (30%). RESULTS has a multi-faceted approach to ransomware protection and prevention.
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Security Awareness Training
If you can’t do anything else, do this. Phishing attacks have gone through the roof since early 2020. A well-executed phishing attempt can cause your company’s data and your client’s confidential information to be breached or held for ransom. You may think your staff is savvy enough to recognize phishing attempts but the attackers have become very sophisticated. Many phishing emails do not contain links, spelling or grammatical errors or attachments. It takes a trained eye to spot today’s phishing attempts.
RESULTS’ Security Awareness Training consists of self-paced, online training followed by phishing attempts sent by you or RESULTS Technology. You can gauge the effectiveness of the training by seeing who in your organization “bites” and then re-educate them as necessary.
Over 80% of hacking-related breaches leveraged weak, default or stolen passwords. Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is a security system that verifies a user’s identity by requiring multiple credentials. Most modern applications support some level of MFA. It is important to investigate what options are available for your applications.
Ransomware & Breach Detection
More than 70% of all cyber security incidents today are the result of internal security issues that no firewall or anti-virus could have prevented.
RESULTS’ INVICTA is a breach detection service that is unique in the cybersecurity industry. Most cybersecurity tools are antivirus tools that focus primarily on the actions performed by executable files and heuristic-based detections. INVICTA is different because it detects Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs). These threats sit quietly, harvesting your company’s sensitive information, or even worse, your client’s information, for weeks or even months. APTs can also move around within your network, gain administrative rights and even access secure areas of your network.
INVICTA has been vetted by BankDirector.com and included in a prestigious directory of technology tools for the financial services industry. INVICTA has also been chosen by Data Center, Inc., a provider of core banking software as the preferred cybersecurity tool for its banks.