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Threat Management

We Offer a Proactive Approach to Your Company’s IT Security

Security threats to information systems are increasing rapidly and are becoming sneakier and more complex. It can be extremely difficult to keep up.

Businesses can enhance the identification of emerging threats with our advanced virus and spyware protection and leverage our IT security intelligence and expertise by adding our Threat Management Services.

 

Threat Management

Let a member of the Visual Edge IT‘s experts worry about your IT security so you don’t have to.

By taking a proactive approach to managing your security, our Threat Management services can help prevent security infections and unauthorized network access, all while saving you time and money.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is cyber threat management?

As more and more information from businesses is stored online, the need to protect valuable information from various threats increases. Cyber threat management is a term that refers to the various methods a company can use to protect their business from various cyber threats.

What is a unified threat management device?

A unified threat management device is a system that protects your business from outside threats regarding business security in the realm of technology.

What does threat intelligence do?

Threat intelligence is a calculated method for understanding the threats that are made to your security. This includes analyzing the threats that are being made against your business as well as why they are being made. Doing so, helps your business to better prepare against these various attacks.

What does cyber security mean?

Cyber security refers to the act of protecting your business from various threats that may arise against your system, your data, and your infrastructure.

What are the 4 types of cyber attacks?

  • Email Phishing: Occurs when an employee within your business receives an email that attempts to either a) get them to click a dangerous link or b) requests them to send money to someone.
  • Malware: Malware is a dangerous type of software that is used to infiltrate the entire system associated with a business.
  • Ransomware: Hijacks your system and your files. Usually in an attempt to lock you out of your own information.
  • Watering Hole Attack: Imitates a website that people within your infrastructure are known to visit regularly. By doing so, they sometimes get information about your business.
  • What skills are needed for cyber security?

    If you want to work in the industry of cyber security, then you need to have a certain set of skills. The most important of these skills is: problem solving, knowledge of security in regards to technical issues, and fundamental digital forensics skills.