Cyber Resilience Services
“There are only two types of companies:
Those that have been hacked and those that will be hacked.”
Robert S. Mueller, former Director of FBI.
Enterprise Security Awareness Training
Enterprise Awareness Training Program provides you with a comprehensive new- school approach that integrates baseline testing using mock attacks, engaging interactive web-based training, and continuous assessment through simulated phishing, vishing and smishing attacks to build a more resilient and secure organization
Zero Trust Architecture
Zero trust is a comprehensive approach to securing all access across your networks, applications, and environment. This approach helps secure access from users, end-user devices, APIs, IoT, microservices, containers, and more. It protects your workforce, workloads, and workplace
Zero trust for workload
Secure your hybrid, multicloud workloads and contain lateral movement with application segmentation from Cisco Tetration. Get complete visibility and determine the dependencies within databases and applications.
Zero trust for workplace
Gain insight into users and devices; and identify threats and maintain control over all connections across your network, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices like cameras, manufacturing equipment, heart pumps, and more
Zero trust for workforce
protect your users and their devices against stolen credentials, phishing, and other identity-based attacks. It verifies users' identities and establishes device trust before granting access to applications.
Cyber resilience is the ability to prepare for, respond to and recover from a cyber-attack.
At Gateway ICT - It is our vision is to protect our customers from the threats of today and tomorrow, by helping them transform into a Cyber Resilient Business that is able to operate while under persistent threats and sophisticated attacks, enabling them to attack the disruption to the oblivion while focusing on running their business to boost shareholder value.
Today, organizations are increasingly vulnerable to cyber-attacks that are designed to destroy their business.
Our cyber resilience strategy can help your business withstand disruptive cyber incidents. It can help you defend against those risks, protect your critical applications and data, and recover from breach in a mitigated manner.
Experience & expertise you can trust!
Member of ACSC
When incidents are detected, you must quickly determine root cause (i.e., Respond and Recover) — but just as importantly understand the long-term fix that may be architectural in nature. You then need to address Identify, Protect, and Detect to prevent future incidents.
Marisa Chancellor, Senior Director,
Security & Trust Organization, Cisco
What are the modern challenges ?
With more users, devices, and connections than ever across your network, applications, and in the cloud, how can you ensure that the right access is granted to each?
Increased attack surface
Having more users, devices (including IoT), applications, and servers expands your network perimeter. How can you exert control and reduce your overall attack surface?
Gaps in visibility
Your network has devices, users, wireless, and other connections. Meanwhile, your applications, servers, and databases are all talking to each other. How can you gain insight into potential security gaps?
Threat intelligence helps you understand the possible impacts to your business by understanding the real threats your business actually faces. Prioritizing these real risks based on factual intelligence allows business owners to apply their limited capital to the real problems they will face.
Matt Watchinski, VP Engineering, Talos
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