Staff Awareness

83% of breaches come
from human errors

Efficient Monitoring

Your systems are targeted 24/7,
 even when you sleep

Always be prepared

In case of disaster, have
a plan to recover quickly


IT Security when and where it is needed

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You are in the line of fire, constantly!

Every day your employees receive hundreds of emails and amongst them, many unsuspicious phishing attempts trying to breach your barriers and steal your identity to penetrate your IT network and systems. 

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61 %

of CEO are worried about
their IT Security and risks

76 %

Expect to be covered by their in-house IT Team

33 %

of IT managers lack budget, knowledge, expertise

100 %

of Ransomware victims had up-to-date antivirus

Safecoms IT Staff, Help Desk, IT Security, IT Outsourcing

People are your greatest risk

Your staff has never been trained to handle security threats, however, you expect them to react appropriately if an incident happens, and you certainly don't think they could be the cause of it.

83% of security breaches are due to human error, and most of the time, with the employee not even being aware of the incident.

Training your people should be your first line of defense

Give your staff a SafeComs certificate of IT Security awareness

You would never expect your staff to drive on a busy highway without a license and a proper training.

However, in IT, data and computer security we let employees exchange files, receive messages and respond to requests and solicitations, and we give them access to our network which contains the most valuable part of our company.

Most of the time, all of this happens without any clearly defined procedures, verified rules and processes, tested knowledge or pre-training.

Safecoms Certificate of Completion of our IT Security Awareness Training

Use our risk assessment software in the cloud
and see how much of a risk your employees are!

The odds are not on your side

IT security is not a fair game.

You need security monitoring but often your in-house teams are too busy fixing desktops, server issues, and network problems. At the same time, you must lock every single way to protect your perimeter, you cannot leave any gate unattended, and you must be aware 24/7, 365 days.

You also have dramatically expended your exposure by allowing your staff to access their confidential data remotely and from devices that do not specifically offer great security, such as mobile phones, tablets, and other devices.               

On the other side of the field are the hackers, who are extremely bright, with the most sophisticated tools, well hidden, and they have all the time on their hands, as they are patient. They are also very motivated as they know that this exercise will when it succeeds, pay very well


Build a culture of transparency

Reward the disclosure of mistakes

When an incident happens, the normal reaction for staff is to cover it up and try to hide it, fearing the consequences. Avoid cultivating blame for incidents and foster a culture of disclosure when something suspicious happens.

Employees will learn from their peers if they are able to talk about the incident and if they can have first-hand information on how it happened. The cost of recovery, when ill-prepared can be substantial, but this negative experience can become something positive for all your staff to learn from. Ensure everyone in your organisation understands that ‘it's my fault’ does not mean ‘I am guilty’, but in fact means ‘I am in charge and it won't happen again under my watch’.

IT Security

Efficiently Protecting your Data, Network and Systems

Efficiently protecting your data, network and systems

Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)

When the worse gets to worst...

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When there’s a fire, you don’t start running a drill – by then it’s too late. To limit the damage, everybody must already be on the ball and know exactly what to do.

You can only limit the damage if you are prepared and if everyone knows what is expected, but this requires preparation and training.

Lets briefly review the steps you should go through:

  • Identify and prioritize critical IT systems and components.

    • Identify critical assets

    • Identify length of time after which disruption becomes critical

  • Identify preventive controls to reduce the effects of system disruptions

  • Develop recovery strategies.

  • Design your IT contingency plan to restore a damaged system

  • Testing the plan to identify gaps.

  • Plan maintenance of the plan, as it should be a living document.

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