Patching and Monitoring
Ignoring that “update and reboot computer” notification is a lot more detrimental to your cybersecurity than it seems to be.
WannaCry, Inceptor, Petya —these infamous, large-scale ransomware attacks can be traced back to a common entry point factor: missing system software patches.
One of the top vulnerabilities of business networks, patching is a free form of network security that is constantly exploited by cyber criminals, but is frequently ignored by individuals, companies, and even internal IT teams.
We all get those pesky “update and reboot” pop-ups midway through our workday, and we all opt to put it off from time to time. Now, knowing how dangerous ignoring patch updates can potentially be, is it still worth avoiding?
How IT Works
We provide your critical systems and services with round-the-clock monitoring, patching your system and preventing break-ins in real time.
Regular Updates and Patching
If not regularly and frequently updated and checked, missing patches leave your company susceptible to any number of major attacks. We ensure that your network is always on top of the latest patches and updates to keep you secure.
Uptime and Productivity
We keep a keen eye on your critical services, disk space services like Exchange, and other common penetration points relating to uptime and productivity in order to keep your network running optimally.
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