Managed

Cybersecurity

Solutions

for Businesses

Helping build cyber resilience for businesses in Ottawa, Montreal, Kingston, Toronto and throughout Eastern Ontario.

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YOUR BEST CHOICE AS A MANAGED

Cyber SECURITY PARTNER

Powering business transformation through market-leading information management solutions. With DNSnetworks, we manage your security, follow industry best practices, and leverage cyber intelligence frameworks to perform threat management, data protection, and ongoing compliance enforcement.

As your trusted security partner based in Ottawa, DNSnetworks Managed cybersecurity Services offer around-the-clock monitoring, cybersecurity analysis, management, and response type antigens that lower your threats, risks while elevating your security intelligence as an organization.

Why is a Managed

Cybersecurity Services

Provider Right for your
Business?

Analysis and response to today’s most advanced threats with the DNSnetworks security command console and our response team.

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Advanced Cyber Response Team.

Analysis and response to today’s most advanced threats with the DNSnetworks security command console and our response team.

DNSnetworks

Managed Cybersecurity

Services Provides:

Cybersecurity

& How it is

Evolving

  • Every year, there are many new data breaches, hacks, phishing scams, vulnerability attacks, DoS and other new cyber threats that occur. As of mid to late 2018, "Have I Been Pwned?" mentions around 300 Data breaches cyber threats affecting over 5 billion accounts.
  • External malicious attackers and malevolent insiders are frequently one step ahead of you. In order to identify and handle risks in a timely manner, businesses require software, tools, and methodologies that are constantly updated.
  • To stay current, security tools may be updated fast. Good cyber security software can be updated quickly to detect and eliminate threats practically as soon as they are discovered and identified. Heuristic detection, machine learning, and algorithms can also assist in detecting and resolving even the most recent sorts of assaults.
  • The cyber-world is expanding faster than ever before. Malicious actors and hackers are more sophisticated than ever before. Cyber security technologies must arise or adapt to deal with new use cases and increasingly complex settings, such as the growth of cloud services and hosting, DevOps, internet of things (IoT) devices, mobility, and more. This entails a rigorous, all-encompassing strategy for safeguarding business assets and access, no matter where they are.

COMMON CYBER THREAT VECTORS

Our cybersecurity teams deal with a wide range of cyber risks and threats. Here are some of the most common cybersecurity threats in the wild. Protect yourself by being aware of the latest cyber trends, improve your cybersecurity posture, respond and mitigate risks as they get identified.

SOCIAL ENGINEERING

Confidence tricks and other approaches are used by cybercriminals to get employees to lower their guard and give sensitive information such as logins and passwords.

RANSOMWARE

A sort of encrypted cyberattack software that locks up and encrypts files, then demands a ransom (typically in Bitcoin) in exchange for the encryption to be removed and the system owner's access restored.

SABOTAGE

Denial of Service (DoS) and other cyber attacks with the objective to take down business data, assets, websites or publicly accessible apps and services.

PHISHING

Phishing is when malicious actors leverage email and other forms of communication to persuade people to install malware or reveal sensitive information and data about business systems.

MALWARE

Viruses, worms, and trojans infiltrate computer systems and spread across networks. To steal access information and other data, they are frequently paired with keyloggers or other malicious software. They are designed to harm or exploit vulnerabilities within your network and devices.

ATTACKS ON VULNERABILITIES

Vulnerabilities in unpatched software and systems are exploited by criminals through targeted cyberattacks. In cybersecurity, a vulnerability is a weakness that can be abused to gain access to your devices or networks.

CYBERSECURITY BEST PRACTICES

USED BY US

Cybersecurity involves the application of a number of tools, approaches, and best practices that can significantly reduce cyber risk.

AUDIT EXISTING IT ECOSYSTEM

DNSnetworks will proactively and repeatedly perform audits of your networks, servers, infrastructure, operating systems, websites, apps and data. By having a better sense of your current configurations of your IT systems, that cyber attacks, threats and vulnerabilities can be identified and mitigated.

USE A RISK-BASED APPROACH TO CYBERSECURITY

Once the identified potential threats have been documented, we rate each one based on likelihood and impact. This will help which risks to deal with first. prioritize Once DNSnetworks has identified and documented cyber threats, we then prioritize them to see which threats need to be dealt with first.

LOWER YOUR RISK APPETITE

With DNSnetworks, our AI cybersecurity modern detection techniques help us identify and report on threats.

IMPLEMENT ROBUST IDENTITY & ACCESS MANAGEMENT

Ensure the right people and things have the right access to the right resources and data at the right time. Take cybersecurity seriously and leverage modern tools such as biometrics, multi-factor authentication, single sign on and other advanced security controls to ensure only those authorized and authenticated can access the resources they need.

EMPLOY VULNERABILITY SCANNING

Use automation to detect, analyze and report potential flaws, vulnerabilities and weaknesses within you network, endpoint devices, apps and websites. Vulnerability scanning helps you identify possible exploits and mitigate them before they even occur.

EMPLOYEE AWARENESS TRAINING ON SECURITY PRACTICES

Your employees are your biggest asset for your company. However, they’re often not fully aware of all of the cybersecurity risks they may pose to your business. Ensure that your employees are trained or educated about cybersecurity threats such as social engineering, phishing, malware and more. Give them the tools, resources and support they need when they identify potential cyber risks to your business.

TAKE ACCOUNT OF CYBERSECURITY FRAMEWORKS

Cybersecurity is a tricky area to navigate without having a clear framework or methodology which will help you guide and tackle vulnerabilities and exploits as they get mitigated. Thankfully, there are numerous frameworks, best practices and regulations available to all to help guide you through how to manage the threats within your Cyberworld. These include the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, ISO27001/27002, CIS Critical Security Controls, GDPR, HIPAA, PCI DSS and more.