Threat protection for computers is necessary in all business and home settings. Threat protection services are the primary focus for Tekmar Solutions, Inc. Threat Protection for business and home computers is simple but elusive for many users. It requires state of the art defense and monitoring. Tekmar Solutions, Inc. has a no secrets policy that simplifies security. Beyond no secrets, we educate our clients and help them get and maintain the right tools and use them correctly.
Security measures are a must for small and medium size companies. People hear about he breaches of information system of large corporations because they survive. Successful attacks have compromised global retail giants, banks, and some of the largest providers in technology. What we Small and medium size business need to be aware that they too are targets. The unsettling fact is 90% of small and medium business are out of business.
Threat protection at its best is simple:
Set up a data security policy
Get back to your basics
Use outside monitoring service. IT WILL reduce costs, but maintain a fully staffed IT department to provide constant analysis of traffic in and out of your system.
Tekmar’s threat protection agents help people manage the explosive costs that breaches cause. By mitigating threats from Malware, Trojans, and viruses risks are reduced. Business in the cloud exposes systems to despite that best user training.
While keeping your systems running at optimal levels the ITB Threat Protection module provides a wealth of information, and today’s best technology that Tekmar analyzes routinely to help maintain a modern on premises and cloud based information system. The best thing is that with our 30 day trial, one can start enjoying the benefits without risk of a long term contract. With the Basic agent after the first month one pays only three dollars a month. Try it now.
Training people to watch for danger signs.
Changing passwords regularly.
Updating software continuously.
Maintain a graduated hardware replace schedule.
Updating firewalls and other network devices.
Maintaining state of the art anti-virus and anti-malware tools.
Getting an outside assessment from a professional security provider regularly
Have a standard and clear BYOD policy.
Use outside monitoring service.