Micopeer Secuirty Management Service
IT security prevents malicious threats and potential security breaches that can have a huge impact on your organization.
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Let us navigate the complexities with fully managed protection to detect, investigate, and respond to threats rapidly—keeping systems, data, and brand reputation safe from attacks.
Enterprise Grade Security Mangement
Security Management Services
Vulnerability management is a proactive process that aims to identify, classify, and mitigate vulnerabilities across an organization’s systems, applications, and networks. Vulnerability management services can include vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, and remediation advice. These services are designed to help an organization identify and fix vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers.
The continuously evolving regulatory landscape at the government and industry level are another regions many organizations consider relying on a managed cybersecurity partner. From HIPAA, PCI DSS, and GDPR, to CMMC and SEC regulations the list is long. Compliance management is one of the essential services MSSPs offer to help organizations stay compliant with industry regulations.
Identity and Access Management
Identity and access management service provides robust and secure access control across an organization’s IT infrastructure. Identity and access management solutions include multi-factor authentication (MFA), password management, and user privilege management. These solutions are often designed to work in conjunction with an organization’s existing security measures like firewalls and antivirus software.
Most cyber-attacks involve exploits on known vulnerabilities that are preventable with better patch deployment. Historically, 60% of data breaches have involved unpatched vulnerabilities. Our automated patch management solution provides a clear picture of your security risks by identifying non-compliant systems and reducing time-to-patch, lowering your cybersecurity risk. Get proven, industry-leading patch management services to keep all your systems, operating systems, and third-party applications up to date with the latest software and security patches.
Threat Detection and Response
One of the most critical services that an MSSP provides is managed threat detection and response. While an organization may have a firewall and other security measures in place, a layered approach to security is critical for protection. In the realm of MSSP services, it is common to hear the acronyms EDR, XDR and MDR. Understanding the differences between Endpoint Detection & Response, Extended Detection and Response and Managed Detection and Response is key to ensuring your organization’s security.
Incident response is the process of managing and controlling the impact of an event that affects an organization. An incident may be a breach, malware, ransomware, or any other occurrence that poses a risk to an organization’s data, systems, and network availability. Resolving and remediating after a cybersecurity incident can be a large undertaking. By working with an MSSP, you can reduce the burden and focus on what your organization does best.
Micropeer security management
Why you choose Micropeer as first choice?
Micropeer implement and maintain proactive security governance and compliance programs to survive in today's competitive market.
SIEM & SOAR
We collect billions of security events daily, which are correlated, investigated, and responded to rapidly via automation and human intervention.
24/7/365 Managed Detection & Response
Guard against global threats with the collective genius of a renowned group of highly skilled security experts monitoring all day—every day.
Continuous, comprehensive endpoint visibility that spans detection, response, and forensics to ensure potential breaches are stopped.
Our security professionals, analysts, and hunters are always on and ready to detect, investigate, and remediate any threat—any time.
We Enable Strategic IT Leaders
We Have a Deep Pool of Expertise
We Deliver Integrated, Resilient Solutions
Micropeer Effective Incident Response
The first step to effective collaboration and this goes for any department, is to build a strong relationship with your IT team. What does this look like? As a leader, aim to understand all the roles and responsibilities of your IT team members. With this clear understanding, from a leadership perspective, you can make sure the team has the resources they need to do their job effectively. Additionally, having established regular communications/meetings allows trust to develop between teammates, so that you, the leader, can rely on the IT team when an incident occurs.
Additionally, the use of collaboration tools can help leaders and their IT teams work more effectively together during an incident. In the face of an incident, it is all about response time. How quickly can you act? Utilizing tools like incident management platforms, communication tools, and document-sharing platforms can help teams work more efficiently and effectively.
Protecting Remote Work Environments from Rising Ransomware Threats
Strong Passwords and Multifactor Authentication
When bad actors are looking to breach environments and deploy ransomware, they target weak passwords. Password health is critical, and your organization should ensure that all employees create strong, complex passwords, and consider implementing multi-factor authentication.
Updated Systems and Software
Outdated software and systems are often more vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Regularly update all software and systems to ensure they have the latest security patches and features. Outdated software and systems are more likely to have security vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited.
The Verizon DBIR attributes human error as a leading cause of ransomware attacks. Phishing attacks continue to grow in sophistication, impersonating real people in an attempt to trick you. Organizations are advised to host regular training with their employees to ensure they are properly educated.
Develop and test an incident response plan
Okay, I want you to stop and ask yourself – “Does my organization have an incident response plan?” Having an incident response plan helps your organization’s cyber team detect, respond to, and recover from a security incident.
This is a critical first step to cybersecurity resilience, so our experts have designed a before, during, and after checklist. This checklist is designed to help your organization start an internal conversation and if haven’t already, establish a plan for success.
With employees working remotely and having access to company data at the tip of their fingers, backing up data has never been more critical. By regularly backing up all data, organizations are creating a plan to mitigate disasters associated with ransomware. When ransomware strikes, organizations are put in a position of paying a fee for their stolen data.
Ransomware attacks pose a significant threat to all organizations, but remote work environments are especially vulnerable. With more accessible endpoints, hackers have a chance to exploit various avenues. If you aren’t already, implement strong passwords, keep software and systems up to date, provide cybersecurity training, back up all data, and develop /test your incident response plan. Staying vigilant is the best course of action to protect your organization against rising ransomware attacks.
Threats are everywhere. We are your partner in defense.
Nowadays businesses and systems need to run on ZERO-TRUST architecture.
Micropeer experts monitor infrastructure and receive detailed analysis and relevant alerts against a globally sourced catalog of known and emerging security threats.