The data centre used to be the centre of gravity. When applications resided there, it made sense to backhaul traffic from branch offices over a hub-and-spoke network. As traffic patterns shifted to the internet, gateways with stacks of security appliances allowed secure web access. But, as applications have moved to the cloud, the centre of gravity has moved with it, with user traffic bypassing the security perimeter.
Today’s complex threats have triggered an explosion of new security appliances, all finding their way into your overworked gateway. Administrators are in a constant battle to keep up with required security updates. The complexity and cost of deploying and managing all these individual appliances has created a high cost overhead.
CyberOne eliminates the cost and complexity of traditional internet security solutions, helping you address today’s complex threats with confidence.
By partnering with CyberOne for internet security, we can position the correct solution so all users and locations get full network security regardless of location and access point. Your security policy goes everywhere your users go.
We can set you up with direct-internet connections to a cloud security platform to ensure a fast, secure user experience. This reduces your back hauling and appliance costs, improves performance and latency, and simplifies network administration.
A security stack as a service improves protection. We use multiple technologies expertly in unison to stop more threats. If opting for a cloud service, this enables unlimited inspection capacity, even across SSL, and enables you to easily scale more users and security services as needed.
With multiple security services including Cloud Firewall/IPS, Sandboxing, URL Filtering, DLP, CASB, Browser Isolation and CSPM, we provide airtight internet security solutions across all users, on and off network.
Lean on our qualified consultants and utilise their expertise of our partner solutions to manage your internet security, freeing up your time to focus on the core business objectives. Enjoy integrated policies and contextual threat visibility from day one.
With both on-premise and cloud service options available, we can deliver internet security solutions which suit your environment. While you benefit from improved internet security immediately, our solutions are also easily scalable to grow as you do – you can add new features and thousands of users with ease.
Our engineers, who are certified to the highest possible levels, provide round-the-clock client support, so your internet security is always monitored, without the need to hire 24/7 in-house teams.
With our internet security solutions, we leverage our partner technology platforms, maximising their performance to give you optimal return on investment. The features we enable for you cover:
Proxy (native SSL): we find threats where they hide with full and unlimited inspection of SSL traffic at scale.
IPS and advanced protection: we deliver full threat protection from malicious web content, such as browser exploits, scripts, and identify and block botnets and malware call-backs.
Cloud Sandbox: we block zero-day exploits by analysing unknown files for malicious behaviour and easily scale to every user regardless of location.
DNS security: we identify and route suspicious command-and-control connections for full content inspection.
Cloud Firewall: we deploy full DPI and access controls across all ports and protocols. App and user aware.
URL Filtering: we block or limit website access based on a user or group across destinations or URL categories.
Bandwidth Control: we enforce bandwidth policies and prioritize business critical applications over recreational traffic.
DNS Filtering: we control and block DNS requests against known and malicious destinations.
Cloud DLP w/EDM and IDM: we easily scale DLP across all users and inside SSL and improve custom data detection with Exact Data Match and Indexed Document Matching.
Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB): we prevent data exposure and ensure SaaS compliance with out-of-band CASB, while discovering and controlling unknown cloud apps with Inline CASB.
Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM): we can extend data protection into AWS, Azure and SaaS, monitoring and mitigating app misconfiguration along with compliance reporting and violation remediation.
Cloud Browser Isolation: we eliminate exposure to risky web content and data exfiltration by separating browsing activity from the end-user device.
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Internet security refers to the measures and practices taken to protect sensitive data, personal information, and devices from various online threats and cyber attacks. It encompasses a range of strategies to ensure a safer online experience for individuals and organisations.
Antivirus software applications safeguard devices by identifying and eradicating viruses. Password managers aid in securely storing and arranging passwords using encryption. Endpoint security suites encompass a holistic internet security strategy, encompassing firewalls, antivirus, anti-spyware, and additional features.
Enhancing your internet security involves a series of proactive steps. Start by using strong and unique passwords for each account, and enable multifactor authentication whenever possible. Regularly update your operating system, software, and devices to ensure you have the latest security patches. Install reputable antivirus and anti-malware software, and secure your Wi-Fi network with a strong password and encryption. Beware of phishing attempts and exercise caution when clicking links or downloading attachments. Practising these measures will significantly improve your internet security and protect your sensitive information from potential risks.
Multifactor authentication adds an extra layer of security by requiring users to provide multiple forms of verification before accessing an account. This could involve something you know (password), something you have (a texted code or authentication app), or something you are (biometric data).
Software updates often include security patches that fix vulnerabilities that hackers can exploit. Keeping your operating system, software applications, and devices up to date ensures that you have the latest protections against emerging threats.
Using public Wi-Fi networks can be risky as they are often less secure. If you must use public Wi-Fi, avoid accessing sensitive information or conducting financial transactions. Consider using a virtual private network (VPN) to encrypt your internet connection and enhance your security.