IT Security Services

Managed IT Security Service

As technology and automation become increasingly essential parts of business, protecting against cyberattacks, data breaches, loss, and intrusion has become more important than ever. Most businesses today store invaluable amounts of business information, client data, and employee records digitally, making attacks against these systems potentially fatal.

To us, IT Security is second nature. As part of our managed IT Security Services, we’ll deploy technologies tailored to the requirements of your business, to ensure that your information is protected end to end. We will secure communications in the Head Office, between satellite offices or trading partners, and to field operatives or home workers, enabling safe data sharing and information exchange with those inside and outside your organisation.

Making Changes to your Data Security Procedures

To effectively protect themselves against cyber threats, some companies may have to make changes to their business processes. But the implementation of a cybersecurity strategy does not have to be disruptive. When managed correctly, the impacts that changes to Data Security procedures have on your work can be minimised. 

The Benefits of a Reliable Data Security Practice

Protecting your company’s data brings you more than peace of mind. Implementing a good Data Security practice within your organisation can help you secure the future of your business. The extra safety and reliability can also strengthen your bonds and relationships with your partners, extending the scope of your trading agreements.

How to Implement Effective IT Security

When it comes to IT security and data protection, there is no one size fits all solution. Outsourcing IT security to a team of experts can save you valuable time and effort, whilst providing you with a bespoke solution. An effective cybersecurity strategy entails understanding the flows of information and correctly assessing the risk of data loss, theft, and potential sources of attack on your company. 

Managed IT Security Services with 777 Networks

At 777 Networks, we are an IT security outsourcing company that offers expert IT management and IT support services, so you can focus on what you do best. We can ensure that your company stays safe by employing the latest tools and technologies, to provide you with an effective IT security strategy. 

We’ll work to analyse your data, and understand how you send, store, and process information, and deliver bespoke security policies for your on-premise and cloud-stored data, enabling you to do business safely with those inside and outside of your organisation without hindering your productivity. We are ISO 27001 certified.

IT Security Services FAQs

Managed IT security services protect businesses against a number of online threats such as cyber attacks, data breaches and loss, and network intrusion. This involves the use of various strategies, tools, and the implementation of procedures to maintain the integrity of yours, and your clients’ information.

Managed IT security services can encapsulate a wide range of services to perfectly suit the needs of your business and your IT network. These include:

  • Network security – prevents unauthorized access to your network
  • Internet security – protection of information online (e.g. firewalls, antimalware, antispyware)
  • Endpoint security – protects individuals devices from accessing malicious networks
  • Cloud security – protection when using cloud-based systems and storage
  • Application security – evaluating the security coded into applications, and identifying any vulnerabilities
  • Malware – malicious software (e.g. spyware, ransomware, viruses)
  • Man in the middle – often occurs when using public wifi; hackers position themselves between the user and the network, inserting malware.
  • Phishing – fake communication, such as emails, to trick the receiver into providing their sensitive information. Hackers may pose as a bank, the Royal Mail, pension providers and more. 
  • SQL injection – the insertion of malicious code into SQL servers
  • Password attacks – social engineering, gaining access to a password database, or simply guessing

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