Contrary to popular belief, simply having a hardware or software firewall in place does not make a company's infrastructure immune to intrusion. Firewalls inherently allow access to public services required by Internet users, such as web sites, e-mail and DNS. Put simply, not considering security beyond the firewall will likely have disastrous consequences sooner or later. Infradapt offers a comprehensive security review, including a variety of scanning techniques and policy reviews culminating in a report designed to illustrate your organization's security stature and recommend improvements.
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At Infradapt we live by a preventive approach to cyber security. Each end user that owns, uses, relies on, or manages information and information systems must fully understand their specific security responsibilities. This includes concepts of ownership of the information and custody of the information and the role individuals have in protecting information they own, information provided to them or information they may come into contact with. We share (teach) best practices and techniques to avoid:
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Malicious software such as spyware, ransomware, viruses and worms is referred to as Malware. Malware is activated when a user clicks on a malicious link or attachment, which leads to installing dangerous software.Reports indicate that once activated malware can:
Denial of service (DoS) is a type of cyber attack that overloads a computer or network, preventing it from responding to requests. A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack accomplishes the same thing, but the attack originates on a computer network. A flood attack is frequently used by cyber attackers to disrupt the “handshake” process and carry out a DoS. Other techniques may be used, and some cyber attackers may use the time that a network is down to launch additional attacks.