Cyber-attacks are dynamic and unpredictable, hence making unwarranted assumptions can be costly. If executed properly, decision-making techniques, along with technologies, will help mitigate and minimize the effects of Cyber-attacks.
Managed technology compliance services are the surest way for businesses to protect their data. As companies grow and hire more employees, maintaining and implementing consistent technology security policies is becoming increasingly more important. The loss of information, data, or trade secrets, can be devastating to any business, and be a reason for the loss of revenues.
Advanced knowledge and tools are needed to monitor and mitigate vulnerabilities that most IT groups fail to identify. A basic compliance understanding is not enough. Understanding all aspects of compliance frameworks and how they are correctly applied to networks and systems are necessary to help maintain security protection and compliance. The Global IT managed compliance services are included within the managed MSP plans. They cover every aspect of compliance, along with expert teams, vendor software, and staff, to help and navigate or automate the process.
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- Categorize the data and information you need to protect
- Develop a baseline for the minimum controls required to protect that information
- Conduct risk assessments to refine your baseline controls
- Document your baseline controls in a written security plan
- Roll out security controls to your information systems
- Once implemented, monitor performance to measure the efficacy of security controls
- Determine agency-level risk based on your assessment of security controls
- Continuously monitor security controls
- Penetration testing and reporting
- Certified PCI DSS compliant as a Service Provider and Merchant
- Auditing of systems for PCI preparation
- Monthly scanning of systems
- Remote Access Solutions
- Alerts and reporting
- Ongoing management, patches, updating
- Policy & procedure development
- Technology security assessments
- Technology vendor assessments
- Develop technology security policies
- Develop network security policies
- Develop personnel security policies
- Define rules and guidelines for exposure
- Define and maintain vulnerabilities
- Implement and manage the policies
Each year, an external auditing firm completes System and Organization Controls (SOC) 1 Type 2 and SOC 2 Type 2 reviews of our data center facilities. The reports provide customers with the assurance of corporate controls, including security and environmental compliance, and validation of the Data Centers' commitment to the most stringent standards of excellence in our data center operations.
Global IT Data Center (LA4) developed internal control objectives to support first-class data center management services that were used to complete the SOC 1 examination. The SOC 2 examination uses standardized, third-party criteria to validate the Data Centers' compliance outlined in the Trust Services Principles.
Our Data Center facility has achieved the International Organization for Standardization certification (ISO 27001) covering both corporate policies and procedures. The ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification is one of the most stringent certifications for information security controls and confirms the information security controls and other forms of risk treatment are in place to detect and defend against potential data system vulnerabilities. This prestigious, internationally-recognized certification reflects our commitment to provide customers with secure, reliable, and high-performance data center Cloud solutions.
Each year, an independent Third Party Assessment Organization (3PAO) firm completes an external assessment to validate our Data Centers' strict adherence to the National Institute of Standards and Technology Publication Series 800-53 (NIST 800-53) high-impact baseline controls and additional Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) requirements. The scope of the assessment includes a subset of control families applicable to colocation services at our data center facilities. The utilization of the high-impact baseline controls for NIST 800-53 reflects our commitment to successfully delivering the most rigorous compliance standards to support our customers’ Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and FedRAMP compliance efforts. NIST 800-53 is a publication that recommends security controls for federal information systems and organizations. NIST 800-53 is published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology which creates and promotes the standards used by federal agencies to implement FISMA and manage other programs designed to protect information and promote information security.
Global IT Cyber Security training is live!Test, train and certify your employees with the Global IT Cyber Security
Full Library of Pre-built Phishing Emails & Scenarios
- Form & Credential Harvesting Scenarios
- Attachment Testing (With Macros)
- Phishing Reply Tracking (Spear Phishing Scenarios)
- USB Drive Testing
- All Existing and Upcoming Templates (Phishing & Training Templates)
Training your end users is vital to a successful security program and we offer multiple training options that will assist in developing a culture of security awareness. Features & functionality include:
- Report PhishingBox Button (Plugin for Office365 and Outlook)
- KillPhish - Email Inbox Analyzer
- Level 1 Education - Training Moments & Templates
- Level 2 Education - Course Module & Expanded Training
- Dedicated Training Portal for End Users
- Utilize the Built-In Courses, or Customize and Create Courses
- Course Enrollment Via Campaign Failure or Batch Enrollment
- Private-Labeling Capabilities (MSP and Resellers)
- External LMS Integration - Connect & Sync with your Existing LMS
- Upload SCORM Compatible Training Directly into PhishingBox
- Ongoing Training & Education
Analyze test results and validate security awareness with robust reporting. Obtain aggregate reports or get details on specific personnel:
- Create Fully Customized Reports with Cover Pages
- Advanced and Custom Reporting
- Advanced Analytics
- Full Access to Reporting and Data at all Times
Surveys show that 11% of cybersecurity breaches are targeted attacks, and 13% are acts of corporate espionage, designed to steal state or trade secrets. Malware and account takeovers are involved in 48% and 14% of attacks respectively.
Almost every industry and every level of government agency are under attack. Organizations are justified in looking for additional security tools to discover and thwart such attempts. A main goal of EDR is often reducing the Mean Time To Respond (MTTR), given that many reports show that attackers can spend months inside organizations before being detected.
EDR solutions look for evidence and effects of malware or other malicious activities that may have slipped past Endpoint Protection (EPP) products and other security tools, such as email/web gateways. Security professionals refer to such data points as Indicators of Compromise (IOCs). Examples of IOC types include:
EDR Enterprise Inspector collects and analyzes information to help security analysts determine if malicious activities have occurred. The solution also allows for pre-configured remediation actions to be executed when certain conditions are met.
- MD5 file hashes
- Known bad IPs and URLs
- File/process name mismatches
- Unusual application and network port usage
- Unusual process injections
- Module load point modifications
- Registry changes
- Scoring system for behavioral rules & detailed auditing functionality for admins
- Excellent implementation of multiple, advanced ML algorithms for discovering malicious activity patterns
- Support for most commonly used and requested automatic response options
- UEFI and MFT scanning helps find rootkits that other solutions may miss (Endpoint Security)
- Integration with PAM tools
How Does Global IT Ensure Your Data Is Safe and Compliant?
As an experienced provider of managed compliance, Global IT has developed a battle-tested system to ensure clients’ data is compliant and safe from hackers. First, they perform a custom risk assessment that factors in your technology, network, systems, industry, company size, and overall needs. Then, you’ll receive a personalized management plan, which will recommend the most cost-effective way to deal with your risks. Lastly, the work doesn’t stop once your customized plan is implemented. The customized managed services plans include everything necessary to respond to changes in business practices, technologies, regulations, or cyber threat levels. Ongoing management of systems, along with annual penetration testing options is available to our managed customers.