Posted by Amanda at Varay on Feb 12, 2018 12:28:44 PM

Real eyes catch threats in real time

man with binoculars monitoring network | Varay Managed IT

There are different levels of cyber security that best suit different types of organization.

For example: If you manage a small bakery, you can probably get by just fine without 24/7 network monitoring.

On the other hand, if you run a less delicious and more complex type of organization (in the medical industry, for example), network monitoring services might just save your business one day.


What have you got to lose?

Network monitoring means advanced software agents are pouring nonstop through your network traffic — picking up on any strange internal or external behavior and reporting it to a real, live technician who knows how to handle it.

If your business manages sensitive data, a monitoring service can save you from:

  • Reputation loss
  • Loss of business
  • Downtime
  • Legal fees
  • The cost of rebuilding a compromised network

Network intrusion can bring a business — especially one that handles sensitive data like client identification or medical information — to ruin.

But when intruders are identified and caught immediately, your network can carry on in the background while you manage your business as usual.


Varay’s SIEM add-on takes network monitoring to the next level

As an optional element of our new V-Secure suite, our 24/7 real-time monitoring can prevent malware from taking up residence in your network.

But when you need monitoring and vulnerability testing at the highest level, we also offer a SIEM (Security Information Event Management) add-on.

This level of monitoring includes vulnerability testing facilitated by a trusted external party four times a year, and periodic testing for any chinks that new software might introduce to your network armor.


Want to hear more about monitoring or our SIEM add-on?

Contact us today to set up a free visit to determine your IT score and learn whether your organization needs monitoring services, and whether you need SIEM-level protection.

Topics: viruses, security, software, business, monitoring, ransomware, cybersecurity