Also referred to as information security, cybersecurity refers to the practice of ensuring the integrity, confidentiality, and availability (ICA) of information.
The world relies on technology more than ever before. As a result, digital data creation has surged. Today, businesses and governments store a great deal of that data on computers and transmit it across networks to other computers. In this case, a data breach can have a range of devastating consequences for any business. It can unravel a company’s reputation through the loss of consumer and partner trust. The loss of critical data, such as source files or intellectual property, can cost a company its competitive advantage. Going further, a data breach can impact corporate revenues due to non-compliance with data protection regulations.
With high-profile data breaches making media headlines, it’s essential that organizations adopt and implement a strong cybersecurity approach.
Following are the securities we assure/ensure:
SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization’s details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser.
SSL Certificates bind together:
Email security describes various techniques for keeping sensitive information in email communication and accounts secure against unauthorized access, loss, or compromise.
Email security uses technology to inspect incoming emails for malicious threats and encrypt--or secure--outbound email traffic to protect mailboxes, data, users, and organizations from cybersecurity attacks and schemes.
Types of Email Security best practices