Cyber-criminals never sleep – at least their malware never does – so we have a full team of cyber security personnel at work 24 x 7 x 365, monitoring, managing and maintaining our clients’ IT infrastructures. We fix small issues before they become big problems, and apply patches and updates in real time, because you cannot be compliant if your IT network is not secure.
This is critically important because hackers also work in real time and are becoming increasingly more sophisticated at using automated malware to attack tens of thousands of companies every day. You may not be aware of it, but your company has likely been attacked thousands of times. Fortunately, most attacks don’t get through, but all it takes is one!
NO ONE CAN GUARANTEE THAT YOUR NETWORK WILL NEVER BE BREACHED. NO ONE!
Working with a team of 12 top-rated Managed IT Support companies across the USA, DynaSis created a unique and proprietary Crypto-Containment System (CCS) that quickly identifies intrusions and infected files, locks them down so they can’t replicate and spread, and drops them from the rest of the network. The infected files can then be restored from back-ups and the system, which was never down, is fully restored within hours.
After more than 25 years of working with Atlanta’s small to mid-sized companies, we understand the needs of your business.
We will work with you to:
We offer a complimentary IT Network & Security Assessment so that you and we can begin an intelligent, productive conversation to determine your best immediate path forward, along with ongoing security goals.
More information? Give us a call at 678-373-0716, or use the contact form.
Think about this: many small to mid-sized company owners believe that because they are smaller targets, they are immune from cyber security attacks. Nothing (repeat: NOTHING) could be farther from the truth. After the attacks on Target, Home Depot, Sony, etc., the big companies have invested millions of dollars in keeping their files secure.
While the more sophisticated cyber-criminals still work hard at breaking into the big guys’ networks, the smaller criminals know they can’t get in, so they go after the small companies, especially with ransomware attacks. The vast majority of cyber-breaches are now against the small to mid-sized company. In fact, the attack on Target began with a “back-door” approach by breaking into the network of one of their suppliers, then working their way into Target’s infrastructure. Not a good place to be!
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If you want more information, we suggest these recent DynaSis White Papers:
James L. Herrin (President and COO, Paradigm Chemical)
Galen Stump (General Manager, Cifial USA)
Ed Steinman (Executive Vice President, Whitaker Oil)