Managed Business Continuity

What is it?

It's a framework for keeping your systems up and running through any big or small interruption. It's different from Disaster Recovery because it's not necessarily recovering from the loss of your entire business. The goal is to carry on through power failures, system crashes, natural disasters or supply chain problems.

Why you need it

You need resiliency to preserve the trust of your stakeholders and customers. Business continuity protects them as well as your brand and reputation. It's just common sense.

An intelligent solution

We mirror your systems so that each can be quickly recovered in the case of a serious incident. This way, you'll keep systems up to maintain your business productivity.

There are three key elements.

  • Resilience is designing your critical functions and infrastructure in such a way that they're unaffected by disruptions. Examples are using redundancy and spare capacity.
  • Recovery is arranging the recovery or restoration of the functions that failed.
  • Contingency is establishing generalized capability and readiness to cope effectively with any major incident and disaster. Contingency preparations constitute a last-resort response if resilience and recovery arrangements should prove inadequate in practice.

Managed Disaster Recovery

What is it?

Disaster recovery is the process of protecting your business IT infrastructure in a disaster. The aim is to recover your applications and run your business at 100 percent.

Why you need it

You can't control a disaster, but you can control what it does to your business. A disaster plan makes the difference between handling a temporary hiccup and losing everything. And outsourcing this security reduces your day-to-day operating costs and ensures your business stays running.

An intelligent solution

We safeguard your data so you don't miss a single day of business when the worst happens. Our managed disaster recovery solution automatically mirrors your onsite backups to an offsite location every day. That means your data from yesterday is safe and recoverable in hours.

  • Rely on experts
  • Replicate your critical applications
  • Increase productivity
  • Quickly access impactful systems
  • Get detailed monthly reporting
  • Quickly access restored applications
  • Continuously replicate your data
  • Store data offsite
  • Continue day-to-day operations
  • Rely on proper procedures
  • Choose managed or stand-alone backup

Two Factor Authentication

What is it?

Two-factor authentication makes sure your users are who they say they are. It's a login process that expects two forms of identification. The aim is to grant access only to trusted people on trusted devices.

Why you need it

You need to make sure your people working remotely really are your people. Not attackers pretending to be them. But relying on strong passwords isn't enough anymore. About 63 percent of confirmed data breaches involve weak, default or stolen passwords.

You need this extra layer of protection. Two-factor authentication protects against remote attacks trying to take over your accounts. It is strong access control that meets industry compliance standards.

An intelligent solution

Our comprehensive method protects against remote attacks with simple verification and instant endpoint remediation.

One-tap authentication tells you who is accessing what device and how. It checks the health of your user's device. And it instantly blocks access when a risk is detected. All before a user connects to your applications.

  • Block access by risky devices
  • Protect against phishing and social engineering
  • Enforce stronger user access policies
  • Get status reports on security features
  • Notify users of updates
  • Protect against password brute-force attacks
  • Add another layer of login security
  • Log in once to a web portal
  • Limit access to certain user groups
  • Strengthen your security profile
  • Apply to iPhones, androids and more
  • Collect data on every access request
  • Get complete visibility
  • Protect on-premise or cloud-based applications
  • Make informed security policy decisions
  • Authenticate quickly with push notifications
  • Block users on anonymous networks
  • Block login attempts from unauthorized countries
  • Check devices for out-of-date software
  • Check devices for missing security controls
  • Create custom authentication policies
  • Use different methods to fit your user base