Cyber-Security, Monitoring, and Maintenance for Business Networks and Computers
Protecting your business' productivity, reputation, and technology investments today means deploying layers of intelligent, automated security solutions, combined with best practice configurations, real-time monitoring and experienced technical support.
How it works
First, we identify which cyber-related threats are most likely to affect your unique business
Next, we blanket your networks and devices in layers of protection to mitigate the risks of potential loss
Detect and Respond
Then, certified security experts monitor each layer in real time and stand ready to remediate threats 24/7
Assured Protection Achieved
Your data and networks will be safe from breach or infection - guaranteed! That means that in the unlikely event that some hacker manages to get past our defenses, any required clean up and restoration work will be on us. Who else does that? No one we know.
Get Serious about Information System Security and Administrative Best Practices
At Zen, we start with the generally agreed upon best practice standards and frameworks for small business cyber-security and systems administration like those provided by NIST, CIS, and ITIL. We then partner with the world's leading providers of each recommended component and layer of defense. Finally, we train to be the best at integrating, configuring, optimizing, administering and supporting those technology solutions, and then offer our volume discounts and expertise to our clients.
As it is with our health, our computer and network systems enjoy increased performance, longevity, reduced rates of "infection" and lower overall costs through a program of proactive best practice monitoring and maintenance.
Not every component is required or appropriate for every business activity, so contact us so we can tailor a package specific to the needs of your team. Keep reading below to learn more about the details of each component and service in our defense-in-depth IT administration and maintenance strategy that we offer for as little as $20 per user & computer per month, or...
Understand failback process and time
Over-Communicate to all stakeholders-recovery team, clients, employees, vendors
Consider reporting attacks and breaches to the FBI (IC3)
Identify sensitive data in transit and at rest
Know who has access and why
Record access and transmission of data
Control and log privileged account access
Remote Monitoring and Mgmt (RMM) software on all systems
Secure quick access to a team experts in advance
Define your disaster recovery and communication plan
Test backups and alert systems regularly
Restrict access on needs basis
Encrypt data in transit and at rest
Back and disaster recovery site +plan
Patching and confirmation
Enterprise antivirus on every system
A modern firewall on every network
Email and web protection
Train users on essential cyber-security best practices
Ensure secure account and password management policies are in place
Add cyber-security insurance
Monitor your firewall, systems and AV status
Real-time security information event log capture and AI backed analysis (SIEM/SOC)
Scan for vulnerabilities and unknown devices
Audit network systems for best practice configurations
From essential to advanced layers of protection
Safeguard your team's user accounts, Windows 10 and Mac workstations - as well as your Windows and Linux server operating systems by blanketing them in layers of enterprise-grade anti-malware and data protection services.
Essential Endpoint Security & Mgmt for Workstations and Devices
covers 1 desktop computer workstation for as little as $5/mo each
Security add-ons for Laptops and Mobile Devices
Remote users present unique security challenges - add privacy, encryption and anti-theft services
Tier 3 real-time security event log capture, analysis and preservation
We partner with and manage leading commercial Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems and Security Operations Centers (SOC) so you don't have to.
Do I really need to be worried about cyber-related threats to my small business?
Your biggest risks are those you don't know about. Don't wait to get your network security assessment
Want to know more about business security?
The greatest costs of a malware attack are not those incurred to clean up and restore the affected data and devices. Rather they show up as a result of:
1.) Direct theft - such as when an attacker is able to capture credentials used for online banking and perform wire transfers out of your accounts.
2.) The loss of current and future business due to impact on reputation that can occur when attackers spread an infection by spamming your company contact lists from your hijacked email account.
3.) Missed deadlines and loss of productivity due to related downtime.
The worst part is that today's advanced malware suites can do all of the above if a single vulnerability allows them in to your network; and attackers don't even need to be skilled hackers to download and deploy them.