IT Security Consulting

Defend Against Cybercriminals & Attacks

Some Considerations

The biggest IT Security risks are the ones your business doesn’t know about or see coming. Many organizations cover the basics and assume it is enough. The use of firewalls, anti-virus protection, regular backups, and enforcing strong passwords is a start, but a more comprehensive strategy is required to stop a malicious attack or a rouge insider. How is your organization ensuring your IT Environment is “secure” from Data Breaches? Clever WPA/WEP passwords that you rotate every six months? Changing the user’s logins regularly? Maybe it’s making sure you only leverage secure cloud services? The truth is, we often are lured to a state of comfort when we go without visible security breaches, but that doesn’t mean you’re impervious to attack.

IT Security Strategy

ZAG understands how to implement IT Security strategies that are designed to help secure your data and prevent Malicious Attacks. Successful security strategies include: Intrusion Detection or Protection Systems (IPS), website vulnerability protection, web security gateway solutions, and mobile device monitoring throughout the network.

ZAG builds resilient systems designed to quickly recovery from attack or equipment failure.

ZAG can help your business:

  • Conduct an audit to test networks, applications, and mobile devices and thoroughly assess vulnerabilities
  • Develop a strategy that fits your organization’s requirements
  • Assess the security of your cloud application services
  • Implement multi-layered security technology and protocols on all your devices and end points
  • Create and enforce security policies for mobile devices
  • Educate employees about security best practices
  • Encrypt your data

Data Breaches


Human Error


Systems Glitch


Malicious Attacks

About IT Security

Understanding the Threat


IT Security Threats

ZAG enables organizations to quickly assess any and all threats (both external and internal) and strike that fine balance between giving users all they need to maximize productivity, while keeping them and the entire business safe from malicious websites and malware. Today’s threats include: targeted ransomware, DDOS, zero-day attacks, and polymorphic malware. The entry points for these types of attacks are many and include: mobile device access points, Internet of Things (IoT) vulnerabilities, cloud exposure, and privileged account exploitation (internal attacks). Cybercrime is a part of our daily lives, but reports reveal that many companies are not properly protected or ready for a significant attack. Are you up to date? It might be time to assess your current network security protocols.

Who is at risk?

Attacks targeting businesses with less than 250 employees are on the rise, with 43 percent of all attacks in 2015 targeted at small businesses. More than 75 percent of all legitimate websites have unpatched vulnerabilities. Crypto-ransomware (encrypting files) grew 35 percent in 2015. Mobile devices in the workplace and the Internet of Things has introduced new avenues into your corporate network. These issues will not be going away, as attacks seem to get more sophisticated. At ZAG, our IT security consultants help clients identify vulnerabilities and assess real business risk, meet compliance mandates, devise security processes and prepare for a cybersecurity breach. And if necessary, we can help you recover from a breach.

Basic Cyber Security Measures

Learn how criminals attempt to infiltrate your company’s IT systems and the minimal steps your business should take to defend against potential threats. ZAG recommends that all companies use each of these 9 Basic Cyber Security Measures to prevent a security breach.


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