Cybersecurity

Peace of Mind

In an era of the ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape, small-and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s) face large challenges when it comes to defending their networks, data, and reputation. With headlines full of cyberattacks and security breach victims, it is time to take the risks seriously. You need a cybersecurity and readiness plan that includes elements of  prevention, continuity and recovery strategies. JK’s managed cybersecurity service provides you with the protection you need at an affordable monthly cost.

Jk Cybersecurity Peace of Mind

We provide a full array of Cybersecurity services, deploying the most advanced products and services designed to help prevent attacks and to keep your data safe and secure.

Product Sheets

Cybersecurity, Is Your Company Protected?

Network security and loss of data are a constant threat to your bottom line. The success and survival of your business could be determined by your ability to overcome security threats or breaches. One single data breach or ransomware attack can cost your business tens of thousands of dollars. Internal and external security threats must be considered seriously.

JK Consulting will develop a detailed security plan that covers your network and all endpoints. We will provide consistent security support and peace of mind that your IT infrastructure is sufficiently monitored and secured.

CYBERSECURITY PLAN ELEMENTS

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The importance of providing regular, evolving security & phishing awareness training cannot be overstated. 90% of incidents that end in a data breach start with a phishing email. Continually educating staffers about potential security threats ensures that they’re ready to spot and stop potential phishing attacks – providing peace of mind, shoring up security, fulfilling cybersecurity best practices, and ensuring greater data privacy compliance. JK Consulting provides thorough phishing resistance training in bite-size pieces, making employees more likely to retain what they learn and avoid phishing dangers.

Cybersecurity technology starts with antivirus software. Antivirus, as its name implies, is designed to detect, block, and remove viruses and malware. Modern antivirus software can protect against ransomware, keyloggers, backdoors, rootkits, trojan horses, worms, adware, and spyware. Some products are designed to detect other threats, such as malicious URLs, phishing attacks, social engineering techniques, identity theft, and distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks.

A network firewall is also essential. Firewalls are designed to monitor incoming and outgoing network traffic based on a set of configurable rules—separating your secure internal network from the Internet, which is not considered secure. Firewalls are typically deployed as an appliance on your network and in many cases offer additional functionality, such as virtual private network (VPN) for remote workers.

Patch management is an important consideration as well. Cyber criminals design their attacks around vulnerabilities in popular software products such as Microsoft Office or Adobe Flash Player. As vulnerabilities are exploited, software vendors issue updates to address them. As such, using outdated versions of software products can expose your business to security risks. There are a variety of solutions available that can automate patch management.

Recent studies have reported that weak passwords are at the heart of the rise in cyber theft, causing 76% of data breaches. To mitigate this risk, businesses should adopt password management solutions for all employees. Many people have a document that contains all of their password information in one easily accessible file—this is unsafe and unnecessary. There are many password management apps available today. These tools allow users keep track of all your passwords, and if any of your accounts are compromised you can change all of your passwords quickly.

Encryption is also an important consideration. Encrypting hard drives ensures that data will be completely inaccessible, for example if a laptop is stolen.

Taking frequent backups of all data considered essential to your business is critical. The exact frequency of backups will vary based on your business’s specific needs. Traditionally, most businesses took a daily backup, and for some businesses this may still be suitable. However, today’s backup products are designed to make incremental copies of data throughout the day to minimize data loss. When it comes to protecting against cyber attacks, solutions that back up regularly allow you to restore data to a point in time before the breach occurred without losing all of the data created since the previous night’s backup.

Take Your Cybersecurity to The Next Level With Our
Managed Security Operations Center (SOC)

Next Generation Advanced Security Solution for Today’s Cyber Threats.

  • Proactive & Preventative Security Management
  • 24×7 x 365 SOC Cover/Support
  • Overcome IT Skills & Resource Gaps
  • Increased Threat Awareness & Risk Mitigation
  • Critical Documentation & Record Keeping
  • CUSTOMIZABLE!
Cybersecurity operations center

Overcome and protect the top IT and cybersecurity challenges impacting your organization by,

  • Focusing on real-time threat detection
  • Investigating and incident response strategies
  • Harnessing the collective power of technology

Yesterday’s security is no match for the evolving threats and attack methods used by today’s cybercriminals. You need to build a comprehensive security defense using proactive strategies and advanced security controls to dramatically improve your security posture, enabling you to confidently protect your business-critical systems and data.

What We Monitor

An attack vector is the method or entry vehicle used by an adversary to penetrate and successfully compromise a corporate asset. JK monitors three critical attack vectors by collecting data, detecting the threat, creating a security incident ticket with a remedy and the ability to isolate and contain the threat when needed.

24×7 Detection & Response Across 3 Main Attack Vectors

Endpoint Cybersecurity

Endpoints

Computer Network Cybersecurity

IT Network Infrastructure

Cloud Computing Services

Cloud Applications

Endpoint Protection

Protection From:

  • Windows & MAC OS
  • Malware, Ransomware
  • APT Advanced Persistent Threat
  • Zero-Day Prevention
  • Malicious files, scripts, log data, remote access, hacker utilities
  • Email Payloads
  • Remote Worker Attacks
  • Fileless Attacks
  • Event logs, advanced breach detection/isolations & threat hunting
Endpoint Cybersecurity

Network Security Monitoring

Protection From:

  • Denial of Service (DoS) Attack
  • Cross-Site Scripting
  • SQL Injection
  • FTP & Cloud Storage
  • Exfiltration
  • Command & Control
  • Communication
  • IDS, log data, TCP/UDP connections
  • Edge Devices, Systems and Firewalls
  • DNS, WHOIS, Threat reputation investigations and monitoring
Managed Cybersecurity

Microsoft 365 Security Monitoring

Protection From:

  • Microsoft 365 & AzureAD
  • Event log analysis and monitoring of Active Directory access and activities
  • Monitor & Identify Malicious logins or anomalous behaviors or changes
  • Malicious Admin Changes
  • Unauthorized Delegate Access
  • Failed or Unauthorized Access
  • MFA Removed
  • Foreign Login
  • Impossible Login
  • Suspicious Email Forward
Cloud Computing Cybersecurity

Log Security Monitoring

Protection From:

  • Cloud Infrastructure Attacks
  • Unauthorized Access
  • Compromised User
  • Credentials
  • Anomalous Privilege Escalation
  • Third-Party Violations
  • Multi-Vector Attacks
log security monitoring

Dark Web Monitoring

  • Find out if your company data has been exposed on the Dark Web.
  • Delivers advanced credential monitoring capabilities used by Fortune 500 companies.
  • Connects to multiple Dark Web services, including Tor, I2P and Freenet.
  • Provides awareness of compromised credentials before theft or breaches occur.
  • Phishing Simulation and Security Awareness Training.
  • Detect, Phish, Train, Measure and Track.
dark web monitoring

In an era of the ever-evolving security landscape, small-and medium-sized businesses (SMB’s) face large challenges when it comes to defending their networks, data and reputation. Keeping up with changes in technology can be as difficult as tracking the growing number of threats.

Take the first step and give us a call.

Together we will put together a plan that will turn your business technology systems into reliable, secure and, flexible tools that will help you focus on and grow your business.

Contact us to arrange a 15 minute no obligation virtual meeting to see how much JK Consulting can save your business.