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 Cybersecurity Solutions

For Small and Medium-Sized Businesses

We can detect threats and mitigate them, keeping your business safe, protecting you from downtime and providing peace of mind. In this difficult business climate, our goal is to provide cost-effective security solutions.

Cybersecurity

Companies of all sizes can become victims of cyber-attacks making it more important than ever to have cybersecurity plans and employee training as an integral part of your business continuity program. We have invested heavily in ensuring the right technology and the right staff work in conjunction to keep your data and, by extension, your business safe. Security monitoring of your system can potentially save your business millions of dollars and ensure regulatory compliance. In two birds, one stone fashion, Fort Access will not only prevent costly attacks but save you money.

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of companies targeted by ransomware attacks have been infected

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of infected businesses lost access to data for two days or more

“Prevention Is Ideal, But Detection is Essential”

24/7/365 Network & Endpoint Security Monitoring   Proactively monitoring networks and endpoints in real-time, 24/7/365 Cyber-attacks do not only happen during normal business hours. In order to defend networks and devices against malicious threats and extraordinary user behavior that might indicate a data breach, our Security Operations Center (SOC) operates 24/7/365. Keeping your data, customers and business safe. 
Security Awareness Training   Security awareness training is a formal process for educating employees about computer security. A good security awareness program educates employees about corporate policies and procedures for working with information technology. We partner with the world’s largest security awareness training company to provide a simulated phishing platform that helps you manage the ongoing problem of social engineering.
Penetration & Vulnerability Testing   Today’s organizations do all they can to protect their digital assets, but they don’t always test their defenses. Penetration testing (i.e. ethical hacking) is a systematic set of processes that utilize various tools, methodologies, and experiences in an attempt to ethically breach a computer network. Our team of security professionals evades traditional prevention strategies, demonstrating real-world risks to your organization.
DNS and Web Filtering Do you enforce acceptable web use to comply with internal policies? Are you required to meet compliance regulations for internet safety? With our DNS & Web filtering service, you can effectively manage your user’s internet access through category-based content filtering, allow/block lists, block page bypass, and SafeSearch browsing enforcement.
Dark Web Monitoring & Reporting   What is the Dark Web? The dark web works just like the internet we all know and use on a daily basis. It utilizes the same framework and networks the regular internet uses, but the dark web isn’t indexed or searchable by search engines and can only be accessed with a special browser. It contains hidden chat rooms, private websites, and technologies and it is considered a haven for criminal activity.
Cyber Insurance We partner with an industry leader in providing a customized insurance solution to better protect your company. We understand the unique risks your IT business is exposed to every day.

Educate & Train Your Employees

70% of all cyber-attacks happen because of an internal error. Educating your employees on cybersecurity is the best way to protect your organization from most cyber-attacks.
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Start With A Cybersecurity Assessment

Our cybersecurity assessment will help minimize your  organization’s security risks by evaluating existing security policies and plans, general security management processes, and network architecture diagrams. Additionally, Fort Access performs vulnerability and penetration testing of internal and external  systems to identify any critical security flaws that require immediate attention.
Information & Statistics As time progresses, more economic sectors and industries will have to adhere to regulatory compliance geared towards protecting client data. PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and FISMA are examples of some current pieces of legislation your company may need to adhere to. Additionally, if your company does business internationally, then you may also need to follow international standards. To that effect, many pieces of legislation and agreed upon best practices recommend that businesses and organizations have a monitored solution to ensure compliance.

The costs surrounding a cyber-attack or data breach are continually growing. In the last year, the estimated cost of such an event, with all things considered, totaled approximately $4 million.

Given the latest trends, this cost is expected to rise. Many small-to- medium enterprises simply cannot afford the potential cost an attack could have. In certain unfortunate situations, some of these organizations have had to permanently close their doors following an attack or breach. Moreover, if it is found that the organization did not adhere to regulatory legislation, the cost may rise drastically due to legal costs.

devices attacked with ransomware daily

According to the AMA

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of all physicians who experienced a cyber- attack experienced up to 4 hours of downtime

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of all physicians who experienced a cyber- attack experienced up to 1 day of downtime

Become compliant with most regulations such as PCI-DSS, SOX, GLBA, FDIC, HIPAA.

Full Log management: long term storage, archival and retrieval. 

Raw log storage, archival, and retrieval

Event Log Correlation and Threat Intelligence

Log and alert analysis

7-year log retention policy

Infosec incident report

Executive Summary and Compliance report

100% US based

SOC 2 Certified

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Identify and address these (and more) threats:

Port scans, host scans, denied scans, sudden change of traffic between certain IPs or other anomalies in traffic

Network server/device and admin logon anomalies – authentication failures at all times and unusual IPs

Network access irregularities from VPLearn MoreN, wireless logons and domain controllers

Account lockouts, password scans and unusual logon failures

Rogue endpoints, wireless access points

Botnets, mail viruses, worms, DDOS and other “zero day” malware identified by cross-correlating DNS, DHCP, web proxy logs and flow traffic

Abnormalities in web server and data base access

Fort Access can help mitigate the risk of cyber-attacks. Contact us today to learn more.