In the current digital arena, where information is available with a single click of the mouse, data privacy and protection stand the greatest risk. Theft of digital information has become the most commonly reported fraud, surpassing physical theft. Every business that uses the Internet is responsible for creating a culture of security that will enhance business and consumer confidence. In addition, rigorous laws regarding cybersecurity and digital fraud are being implemented and strictly enforced by the government across the board.
Aspire Technology offers a wide range of cybersecurity services that cover your entire organization, end-to-end. This means we provide digital security solutions to protect your company’s digital assets from external and internal cyberattacks.
We don’t just deploy anti-cyber attack robots in your infrastructure and hope that it catches anything suspcious. We provide network protection to our clients that is as rigorous as that on our own infrastructure. Our cybersecurity consists of the following sub-layers:
This involves implementing both hardware and software tools to protect your infrastructure from unauthorized access, misuse, disruption or malicious activities.
This sub-layer includes credentials, user-roles, permissions, and activities of an account that enables authentication and authorization of legitimate users to the requested information within the organization.
Implementing various defenses within all software across the entire network is like having a padlock for each door. To minimize any unauthorized access, modifications, deletions or extraction of classified information, we design secure application architectures, writing security code, and implementing strong validation.
Other areas Aspire Technology covers:
- Cloud security
- Data encryption
- Proactive monitoring and maintenance
- Firewalls and spam filtering
- Intrusion detection system
- Risk assessments
- Website content filtering
- Malware protection
Businesses of all sizes are investing in cybersecurity now more than ever before. If you think that your organization is too small to be of interest to cybercriminals, think again. The most recent cybersecurity report states that almost 60% of recorded cybercrime victims were companies of between 5 to 100 employees. That percentage amounts to $3 billion of both digital and penalty damages recorded just last year alone. Many hackers prefer to attack small- to medium-sized companies because typically, they are not as well-prepared or trained on cybersecurity, and therefore easier to attack.