Network Security

Technology is constantly being released with weak security, which makes it easy for intruders to hack them. Some companies do not implement proper security measures as standard,leaving the technology vulnerable to security attacks. Lansafe provide a variety of solutions to ensure greater network security.

  • Web Application Firewall
  • VPN (SSL VPN & IPSec)
  • Intrusion Prevention System
  • Anti-Virus & Anti-Spyware
  • Anti-Spam
  • Outbound Spam Protection
  • Web Filtering
  • Bandwidth Management
  • 3G / 4G  Connectivity
  • On-DeviceReporting
  • IPv6 Ready

Managed Firewall Services

Lansafe can help you to take away that stress by saving you time and helping you scale with our fully managed firewall service offering, allowing you to:

  • Replace your legacy firewalls without retraining your techs
  • Expand security services with Advanced Threat Protection
  • Get access to a dedicated professional services and support team

An experienced team of technicians will provide monitoring, maintenance, and management of your firewalls, including:

  • Customized firewall configurations based on your customers’ preferences
  • 24/7/365 security event management
  • Notification of any qualified threat and its remediation
  • Alerts of any communication disruptions from onsite equipment to our monitoring system
  • Access to an exclusive support phone line

Key Features of our Firewalls:

  • Centralised control
  • Intelligent traffic regulation prioritizes critical system performance
  • Advanced Threat Protection, dual antivirus engines, and IDS/IPS protect against malware, ransomware, and zero-day exploits

SME Security

Only 9 per cent of UK SMEs have insurance in place to protect from a cyber threat despite the fact that more than one quarter (28 per cent) said they would go bust if faced with an unexpected £50,000 bill, according to a commercial insurer. Yet the average cost of an attack is higher than this at between £65,000 and £115,000.

This risky attitude towards cyber threat comes despite the danger it poses to small businesses, with a significant majority having been subject to an attack, as well as a series of high-profile cyber-attacks on large companies in 2016.

SMEs are increasingly becoming a target for cyber criminals because they are less likely to have adequate cyber security measures in place. Yet three quarters (74 per cent) of SMEs questioned do not believe that their business needs this cover, or do not understand how it would protect their business.

Common attacks on SMEs include data breaches where confidential files are put at risk; the use of ransomware by fraudsters who try to extort cash from businesses by blocking access to their systems; and hack attacks in which hackers gain access to a company network in order to get hold of sensitive information including customer bank details.

High profile attacks aren’t motivating SMEs

Despite an onset of high-profile cyber threats recently, including Yahoo, Tesco Bank, and Talk Talk, businesses are not protecting themselves sufficiently. Research indicates that many businesses are more likely to take out cover when the threat becomes real to them. When questioned, over half (53 per cent) of those with some form of cover have experienced an attack or know of someone who has had an attack.

Age is a determining factor when considering the need for cyber cover. The figures reveal that while 37 per cent of 18 to 34-year-old business owners surveyed have considered cyber cover, only 9 per cent of those over 55 have done the same.

DDoS/DoS Security

The DDoS/DoS works in co-operation with the Proxy Based DDoS and Network DDoS models to track usage patterns and identify attack sources for suppression/mitigation and blacklisting. Examples of techniques used include:

  • Connection rate limiting
  • Request rate limiting
  • Negative response rate limiting
  • Repeat request limiting
  • Request duration limiting

Research from Ipsos and found that just under half (46%) of all businesses identified at least one breach or attack in the last year. The most common types of breaches related to staff receiving fraudulent emails (72% of those who identified a breach or attack), followed by viruses and malware (33%), people impersonating the organisation online (27%) and ransomware (17%). Breaches were often linked to human factors, highlighting the importance of staff awareness and vigilance. However, few businesses currently provide staff with cyber security training (20%) or have formal policies in this area (33%). Technical controls are also important, with nine in ten businesses regularly updating their software and malware protections, configuring firewalls or securely backing up their data, but only around two-thirds (69%) having guidance on acceptably strong passwords.

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