Squash Threats Before They Can Affect Your Business

Take a proactive approach to ensuring the protection of your servers & endpoints against the ever-present threat of viruses, spam, and malware attacks.

You’ve undoubtedly seen it before: an employee opens up a malicious email and next thing they know their system is crawling to a halt. Threats on the internet are omnipresent and will continue to wreak havoc on unprotected systems and cause damage to assets and company information. Proactively monitoring for these threats is the only way to catch them before they infiltrate your systems and start to cause irreparable damage.

Our threat mitigation system is adaptive and constantly being updated to the latest virus definitions, keeping your systems safe from even the newest internet threats. Some of the features of the threat mitigation services include:

  • Anti-Virus & Anti-Malware engine
  • Automated monitoring, updating, and reporting
  • Content filtering and application control
  • Search protection

Frequently Asked Questions about Threat Mitigation

I have antivirus and a firewall. Isn’t that enough?
An enterprise-level antivirus and firewall are elements of a robust threat mitigation strategy, but are by no means the entire picture. They are tools in the toolbox of the IT security specialist. To be effective, antivirus and firewalls must be properly configured, constantly updated, and consistently monitored. In addition to a firewall and antivirus, an IT cybersecurity specialist will leverage best-practice protocols, verifiable backups, monitoring, and much more to keep your business data safe.

I’ve been hit by viruses or ransomware. Now what? 
This question is common in the threat mitigation discussion because people often don’t understand that threat mitigation is the proactive strategy that is put in place to prevent things like a virus or ransomware attack. If you have already been impacted by cybercriminal activity, you need to contact the Tech II team for remediation. We will do everything we can to reduce the negative impact of these occurrences on your business.