Cyber Security & Endpoint protection

Whether you’re a large organisation, a Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) or a business individual, it’s become evident in recent years that all are equally vulnerable to cyber attacks. This can be to obtain sensitive user data or to hijack your systems to launch an attack elsewhere.

Perimeter Security

Define your perimeter – boundaries to secure; it can be logical or physical. Security perimeter could include network, device, cloud services, or application software. Knowing what you want to secure is crucial to the strategy.

Endpoint Protection

A comprehensive approach for creating a solid defence against threats to data, network, and other information assets by securing every Endpoint device such as computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, and wireless access points on the network.

Zero Trust Architecture

Zero Trust is a culture, a security strategy that can be implemented to fill the gaps which might still exist even after using all security tools. The framework helps to find and cover the blind spots in the existing security policy to make it more robust.

Security Assessment & Audits

Increased Cyber Security is vital in establishing a secure business environment; it requires following a comprehensive framework designed by the IT industry to secure all Endpoints, which includes a gateway firewall, Secure internet access, Email message hygiene, and security of the WIFI access points.

A thorough Network Security Assessment is required to secure an organisation’s IT infrastructure and review the current state and security policies against the Common Vulnerability Scoring System. Carrying out a vulnerability scan on the network will detect weaknesses that could threaten company data.

A penetration test from outside the network will help discover any weakness when connecting to the network from outside, helping reduce the chance of cyber attacks and attaining the required level of Data Security.

Active Cyber Defence Strategy

Active Cyber Defence is a proactive approach to defending against cyber threats and attacks; it aims to disrupt, detect, and mitigate cyber threats in real-time, making it more difficult for adversaries to succeed.

Unlike traditional cyber security strategies focusing primarily on passive measures (firewalls, antivirus software, and intrusion detection systems), active cyber defence involves actively engaging with cyber threats, threat actors, and malicious activities.

Website & Email Domain Security


Many organisations are becoming a victim of phishing and scam emails; proper email domain security with the above DNS settings are crucial to avoid being at the receiving end.

Endpoint Protection

Setting up an internet gateway firewall and local antimalware with a host firewall for PC or laptop and maintaining robust antispam for email would create a secure communication channel.

SSL/TLS Security

Using SSL/TLS security on every remote connection, such as VPN or browsing internet, encrypted communication between web browsers, servers or any websites provides added security.

Vital Security Measures

Updates and Patch Management

It is vital to apply updates as soon as the vendors of Operating Systems such as Windows & Linux or other app developers release them to patch any vulnerability, as it is important to install firmware updates by different device manufacturers such as firewalls and WIFI access points.

Active Directory

In the Windows domain network, the Active Directory database keeps all information related to user and computer accounts, securing domain controllers which host the Active Directory within IT infrastructure is crucial. Losing any information from the active directory domain controller can be catastrophic for an organisation.

Server Security

Physical security is as crucial as remote access security to servers, IT infrastructure should operate as securely as they are within the realm of their secure office parameter. Remote access should be protected through a network firewall; only the required traffic should pass through.

Access Permissions

Restricting data files and folder access based on need-to-know policy, controlling remote access such as VPN to the application-level access, and using fully functional MFA with secure web browsers for browsing and working online.

Gateway & Host Firewall

Introducing a strong network firewall is the first step toward the company's data security. It will protect the network from external threats and vulnerabilities in IT infrastructure security. Use of antimalware software on PCs and laptops with integrated firewall.

Password & MFA

The password was the only method to protect IT resources for decades, but more is needed in the current security requirements. The use of MFA – Multi-Factor Authentication technology to verify identity has offered an added layer of security to protect IT resources.