Unified Threat Management

One form of security is never enough.

Unified Threat Management

Everyday your business is at risk of cyber-attacks, malware infection, and ransomware. You know it and yet trying to tackle it is overwhelming. Things are constantly changing and your business can’t keep up. Where do you stand in the cyber security matrix? In an evolving landscape where the perimeter is nearly non-existent, adopting a proactive cyber security approach is key to your organization regaining safety and control.

With Domain, a proactive defense increases your organization’s protection and resilience against threats. We help you react faster to potential attacks and identify and remediate the gaps. We implement a strategy built on layered network security that not only provides the best defense, it also gives you the most cost-effective way to carry out cyber security. A layered security approach recognizes that no one solution is the silver bullet because cyber security is constantly evolving. We employ a multitude of steps and layers to ensure your business is safe, continually evaluating for vulnerabilities to ensure your business is safe and secure.

Cybersecurity is a process, not a destination. You will never arrive but if you partner with us, you’ll discover risk before risk finds you.

How IT Works

Next-Gen Firewall Hardware and Management

Properly configured up-to-date firewall monitored in real time

Network Antivirus and Antimalware

First line of defense against virus and malware threats

Antispam/Antivirus Email Filter

Scans and blocks emails that are suspicious

Internet Content Filtering

Real-time monitoring the network for unusual activity and threats

Backup and Disaster Recovery

Regular, tested backups and disaster recovery plans

Network Monitoring

Real-time monitoring the network for unusual activity and threats

Patch Management

Keeps software up to date, removing vulnerabilities and bugs

Vulnerability Scans

Software that tests the environment for possible entry points

Penetration Tests

Ethical hacking to test the environment for possible entry points

Multifactor Authentication

Requires two forms of authentication to log into accounts

Policies and Procedures

Managing administrative rights, passwords, permissions, lockouts, etc.

Security Awareness Training

Training users to identify threats