Multi-Layered Security

Multi-Layered Security


Cyber criminals have many different tools with which they can attack, so the more layers of protection, the more secure your business will be.                                                

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A multi-layered security approach comes from the idea of using multiple components to protect your system against threats. The central idea behind multi-layered security is that, in order to protect from a range of different attacks, the most effective strategy is one that includes using multiple technologies.

When implementing physical security for your office, you probably considered different types of risk. As a result, you have locks on your front door, office doors, and even on individual filing cabinets. The locks are in place to control who has access. Additionally, you likely have a a burglar alarm to warn you if someone has breached your office security. You may also have smoke detectors and sprinklers to limit the potential damage from a fire.

Multi-layered cybersecurity is based on the same concept for defending against the many different types of cyber risks.

Types of security layers we use to defend your network

  • Intrusion Prevention
  • Reputation Enabled Defense
  • URL Filtering
  • Application Control
  • Gateway and Endpoint Anti-Virus
  • Advanced Persistent Threat Defense
  • Data Loss Prevention
  • Security Event Correlation and Alarms
  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Secure Remote Backups and Disaster Recovery Failover Sites
  • Group Policies.
  • Application Whitelists
  • Human firewall