CyberGood Security introduces new cyber alarm service for SMBs.
- Most cyber security offerings are geared towards large enterprises, leaving SMBs under-served
- Like a home alarm system, HackSweep secures all SMB cyber-entry points 24/7
- Certified professionals in Security Operations Centre detect threats in real-time and initiate rapid response.
CyberGood Security has announced the launch of a cyber alarm monitoring service designed to protect small to medium-sized businesses from cyber attack. The novel approach cuts through the clutter of the typically complex IT strategies, by offering a simple, secure system that monitors around the clock, while detecting and responding to threats in real-time.
Most cyber security offerings are costly and confusing, and geared towards large enterprises (500 employees or more), leaving the small to medium-sized business (SMBs) largely under-served. But the reality is, for that very reason, SMBs are the most vulnerable, and need protection from cyber threats just as much as the corporate behemoths. And up till now, there was no easy way for SMBs to get the end-to-end protection they need.
“Because the cyber security industry is largely designed to meet the needs of large enterprise companies, the proper messaging and awareness doesn’t reach the small to mid-sized businesses,” says Ron Neve-Bar, Founder & CEO of CyberGood. “This leads them to believe that they’re safe from hackers; this couldn’t be farther from the truth.”
A Home Alarm System Cyber-Fitted for Business
CyberGood’s HackSweep service acts like a home alarm system, securing all cyber-entry points of a business. The difference is that the CyberGood 24/7 Security Operations Centre features live certified professionals to rapidly respond to, and contain, any situation.
“Imagine a situation where the police are instantly on hand to contain a burglar before your valuables have left the premises,” says Neve-Bar. “Our professionals are there immediately as well, to ensure no valuable data leaves the business, or is taken ransom. It’s all about protecting your data.”
Cyber Security On The Go
Where it differs from a home alarm system, is in the surface area that it covers. In today’s work-from-home environment, many employees are accessing and even storing sensitive company files on personal devices, outside of the office. With a multitude of new ports of entry to a business, cyber criminals have capitalized on this vulnerability, attacking at a pace never before seen. That’s why a monitoring system that sweeps the entirety of a company’s access points is so crucial.
“No matter where an employee is geographically, at home or at the office,” says Neve-Bar, “our HackSweep sensors are located on each device — Windows, Linux, macOS, Chrome — so you’re covered everywhere.”
Antivirus Is Not Enough
The HackSweep service is much more than an antivirus software installed on the desktop computers at the office. Businesses that rely solely on those are going to be hit hard in the ever-evolving world of cyber threats. “Known viruses”, the focal point of antivirus software, are no longer the hacker’s main means of attack, with ransomware, phishing attacks, and other emerging threats dominating the landscape. It’s clear that antivirus is not enough to protect a business in 2021.
CyberGood’s HackSweep platform is essentially a 3-part service that goes far beyond antivirus. Its main features:
- 24/7 Monitoring: Protecting office, remote and cloud environments around the clock
- Security Operations Centre: Detecting real threats in real-time, using state-of-the-art software
- Live certified experts: Trained security professionals analyze alarm activity, and respond immediately to contain threats, ensuring a business can continue operations seamlessly.
“Basically, we’re offering enterprise level protection and monitoring at a reasonable cost that is affordable and accessible for the SMB,” says Neve-Bar. “We really take care of everything for them.”
HackSweep offers a simple, safe, all-encompassing security solution, promising to take care of “the little guy” (and the mid-sized one too).
For more information, contact Ron Neve-Bar at CyberGood Security: 647-598-4088