IT Security Solutions

Your business is too important to leave to chance with inferior security

SecureIT gives your business the most advanced and feature-rich IT security and compliance option on the market. Like all of our solutions, SecureIT is fully customizable and cost efficient for any business.

Get Started See Features

Protect your reputation, your clients, and your livelihood with SecureIT

IT Security is Critical for Businesses Like Yours.

Cybercriminals have found their sweet spot in small to medium sized businesses — now the target of 62 percent of all cyberattacks. And yet many business owners still believe in the false premise of security through obscurity. The data is clear: the majority of SMBs struggle with poor IT security practices and lax technological defenses. Less awareness and less resources leave these businesses at daily risk of data loss, data breaches, liability for compliance violations, and destroyed reputations.

The Most Vigilant and Robust IT Security Solutions Available

Get the most sophisticated prevention, detection, response, and recovery plan for your network— in one place. 

Standard point-of-service security solutions are especially difficult to institute, update, and manage. This leads to complex operations and an increase in overhead costs. SecureIT helps you eliminate these issues with an All-In-One Security Solution, or Unified Threat Management (UTM). We manage the application, control, and maintenance of your network content in one central location, on one single device.

Common Types of External Threats to Your Network

Cybercrime is big business. Breaches in cybersecurity cost American businesses $3.5 billion last year  — a figure the FBI calls a “massive underestimate.” Ransomware costs alone are predicted to exceed $1.4 billion in the US in 2020. Today’s cyberattacks are automated, allowing criminals to target hundreds or thousands of businesses at once. To be effective, even the best IT security solutions require vigilance — just one delay in applying regular patches by an overburdened IT tech is all it takes to spell ruin for a business. 

Here are some of the most common types of technology threats businesses face:

Malware attacks

Malware attacks use vulnerabilities to install malicious software on your system without your knowledge to steal data (spyware), encrypt your data and hold it hostage for payment (ransomware), or erase your data and damage your network (viruses and worms).

Phishing

Phishing attacks use emails that appear to come from a trustworthy source to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details. They can also install malware on a target’s machine.

Password

Password attacks steal user login information. This is an exceedingly common threat to businesses with multiple users who set their own passwords.

Drive-by

Drive-by attacks use unintentional downloads to plant malicious code that spreads malware throughout your network.

Denial-of-service (DoS)

Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks prevent you from responding to service requests by flooding your system with illegitimate requests to exhaust your network.

Man-in-the-middle (MitM)

Man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks or eavesdropping attacks can intercept and infiltrate sessions between two parties. They can impersonate client messages and steal confidential information, and once they’re in they can even install software to access all your data.

SQL injection

SQL injection attacks are directed at your database, forcing it to reveal information it normally would not. Attackers can inject SQL to unprotected websites simply by entering malicious code into your site’s search box.

Cross-site scripting (XSS)

Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks inject malicious Javascript into your database.

Zero-day exploits

Zero-day exploits are attacks made in the period between the announcement of a network vulnerability and the time a patch is implemented. Attackers target the disclosed vulnerability during this window of time. Constant awareness and rapid action by your IT security team are required for prevention.

Internal threats

The majority of breaches to IT security originate with internal staff. Most often this is the result of unintentional human error that accidentally provides opportunity for major data/financial loss. Is your staff aware of IT security best practices? Do you have control of all your users’ passwords and applications? What happens to those controls when an employee leaves the company? Is your business secure from information leakage and productivity-killers?

We Have the Answers When You Don’t

What preventative measures is your company taking to protect your network security? What threat detection system do you have in place? Is it up-to-date? Are the applicable patches being applied promptly? How are threats neutralized once they’re detected? What is your plan in the event of data loss? Where does your backup take place? Are your backups stable? How current are they? What does recovery look like? Who does it affect? Who do you call when something is lost? Knowing the answers to these questions is critical; we can help you get there.

Let Us Show You

SecureIT

IT Security Solution

SecureIT can be sold with the CompleteIT, ConnectIT or BundleIT solutions as well as a stand-alone solution.

Package Includes:

  • Server Virtualization via BDR

  • Replicate data backups to external USB drive and/or Level 5 Off-site cloud

Advanced Bundle Options: 

Mobile Device Encryption

Mobile Device Encryption includes Mobile Device Wipe – converts all of the data stored on your phone into a form that can only be read with the correct credentials. Should you lose your phone, it can be wiped remotely.

Data Loss Protection

Data loss prevention software detects potential data breaches/data ex-filtration transmissions and prevents them by monitoring, detecting and blocking sensitive data while in-use (endpoint actions), in-motion (network traffic), and at-rest (data storage).

Web Filtering

A Web filter is a program that can screen the contents of an incoming Web page to determine whether some or all of it should not be displayed to the user.

Anti-Ransomware

Ransomware which is often called CryptoLocker, CryptoDefense or CryptoWall, is a family of malware that takes files on a PC or network storage, encrypts them, and then extorts money to unlock the files.

Device Encryption

Converts all of the data stored on your computer or laptop into a form that can only be read with the correct credentials. This way if the computer is stolen, no one can have access to the data stored without the password.

*Pricing will vary

Get Started

Get a Free Consultation

Want to learn more about how Level5 can improve your IT systems? Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

Get Started Call Today: (561) 509-2077