Cybersecurity Services

Protect your business from digital and physical threats and vulnerabilities. Your business needs a proactive approach to cybersecurity and data protection. We’re here to help you protect every aspect of your business, including full-service digital and physical security measure implementation, prevention training, and ongoing reviews and revisions.
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People
Equip your employees with the knowledge they need to prevent both malicious and accidental issues.
Processes
Establish standards and practices ensuring your technology, customers, and employees are protected.
Technology
Implement security measures and tools to eliminate vulnerabilities in your technology infrastructure.
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Don’t do the defaults

We know it’s tempting to use applications, tools, and devices as they come out of the box. The problem is hackers know that, too. They know exactly what to look for and how to exploit weaknesses in your IT infrastructure.

The strongest defense against technology threats is a strategic offense. We offer fully comprehensive cybersecurity services to keep your business’ information and technology safe from a wide array of threats like:
Ransomware
Malware
Data breaches
Dark web exposure
Phishing scams
Cyberattacks
…and more
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Don’t be afraid. Do be proactive.

Cybersecurity involves more than preventing outside attacks. It includes preventing accidental exposure risk by employees and business practices. This combination of risks is why business insurance providers like Travelers are requiring cybersecurity compliance measures for their policyholders.

We build a cybersecurity plan that fits your business’ needs and budget. We’ll conduct a combination of comprehensive security assessments using industry-leading standards like the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Alignment. The results of those security assessments are then developed into an action plan tailored specifically to your business.

We’ll help you implement policy and procedural security measures with your employees and operations, as well as a wide array of technology security measures to keep your data, devices, and infrastructure secure.
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Some examples of our extensive cybersecurity offerings include...
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
Security Information & Event Management (SIEM)
Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR)
24/7 Security Operations Center (SOC) & Remediation
Backup & Disaster Recovery (BDR)
Ongoing Risk Assessments & Evaluations
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Software
NIST Cybersecurity Framework Alignment
Encryption-At-Rest
Encryption-In-Transit
Spam Filtering
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
DNS Filtering
Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
Dark Web Credential Monitoring & Remediation
Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
Simulated Phishing Campaigns
Security Risk Avoidance Training
Comprehensive Network Security Scanning

Frequently Asked Questions

When you sign in to your online accounts – a process we call “authentication” – you’re proving to the service that you are who you say you are. Traditionally that’s been done with a username and a password. Unfortunately, this level of security is no longer sufficient to effectively protect your accounts. Usernames are often easy to discover; sometimes, they’re your email address. Since passwords can be hard to remember, people tend to pick simple ones or use the same password at many different sites.

Almost all online services – banks, social media, shopping, and more – have added a way for your accounts to be more secure. You may have heard it referred to as “Two-Step Verification” (2FA) or “Multi-Factor Authentication” (MFA). They operate off the same principle. When you sign into the account for the first time on a new device or application (like a web browser), you need more than just the username and password. It would help if you had a second means – what we call a second “factor” – to prove who you are.

We implement a Multi-Factor Authentication system that fits seamlessly into your day-to-day business operations and keeps your accounts and data secure.

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is a means of connecting to a network and accessing the resources, files, devices, etc on that network. VPNs can also be used to hide your specific location and IP address and encrypt your data while in transit, ensuring safe and anonymous browsing online.

Your computer is attached to a network that the whole world is connected with. Antivirus software protects you and your information from people who have malicious intent. Today’s criminal isn’t too excited about wiping out all your data but more excited about how to hold it for ransom and demanding money in return.

The simplest way to make sure an email is legitimate is to expose the email address the email came from. Often, your email app or service (Outlook, Gmail, etc) will show a name like “John Smith” to indicate who the email is from. In reality, the email address itself could be an obvious fake (such as 89376548fhy77@gmail.com). This is an excellent example of paying attention to the small details and understanding who you are about to send your information.

Wellteck IT’s Managed Services Agreement (MSA) and Cybersecurity offerings include end-user training on knowing how and what to look for when it comes to malicious email.

Similarly to the explanation above, phishing is a scam by which an internet user is tricked (as by a deceptive email message) into revealing personal or confidential information, which the scammer can use illicitly.

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