Cyber security service and your Computer Network
Cybersecurity protects internet-connected systems
Cybersecurity protects internet-connected systems such as software, hardware and data from cyberthreats. Enterprises and individuals use these practices to guard against illegal access to data centres and other digital systems.
Why do you need Cyber Security?
The importance of cyber security increases with the increasing number of devices, programs and users. Attackers are always looking for new ways to escape IT monitoring, evade defence measures, and exploit emerging weaknesses.
You can’t defend your organization against data breach campaigns without cybersecurity programs. Organizations store their sensitive data on computing devices and in data warehouses; cyber-attacks can disrupt a running business and stop business operations in the worst cases.
Why choose IT Guru?
With layers of protection against cybercrime, IT Guru’s cybersecurity approach protects users and organizations against cybercriminals who try to extort money from users or disrupt normal business operations. Our security strategy is built around Zero trust security Principles from the edge of your network to your computers.
Zero trust security strategy
Zero Trust is a cybersecurity strategy that protects an organization’s network by removing implicit trust and continuously evaluating each stage of a digital connection.
Countermeasures we address:
Assets that the company relies upon to function.
Wired and wireless (Wi-Fi) security measures protect a computer network from attackers.
Protecting on-premises and cloud apps Aspects like data handling and user authentication.
This includes cloud data encryption at rest (in storage), in motion (to, from, and within the cloud), and in use (during processing).
Data protection measures to safeguard your sensitive data from illegal access, disclosure, or theft.
Emergency preparedness techniques and methods for dealing with unanticipated occurrences, including natural disasters, power outages, and cybersecurity incidents.
Common cyber threats
The latest cybersecurity threats are putting a new spin on “known” threats, taking advantage of work-from-home environments, remote access tools, and new cloud services.
These evolving threats include:
Malware is any program that allows unauthorized access or damages a computer. Malware assaults are becoming “lifeless,” avoiding detection by antivirus software that scans for harmful file attachments.
Ransomware is a sort of malware that encrypts files, data, or systems and threatens to delete or destroy the material or to make private or sensitive data public unless the cybercriminals behind the assault are paid a ransom.
Phishing / social engineering
Phishing is a type of social engineering in which people are duped into disclosing their own personally identifiable information (PII) or sensitive information.
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks
A DDoS assault overloads a server, website, or network with traffic, generally from numerous synchronized systems, to bring it down.
Advanced persistent threats (APTs)
In an APT, an intruder or group of intruders get into a system and stay there for a long time.
Man-in-the-middle is a form of eavesdropping in which a cybercriminal intercepts and transmits communications between two parties to steal data.