Managed Security Services (MSS)

In today’s interconnected digital world, as IT systems are integrated across the datacenter, cloud, partner services and client devices, risks to the customer and the organization are significantly increased. A breach can have long-term negative reputational impacts on the organization and on customer trust, and in many cases can have financial implications.

Defence-In-Depth Security Strategy

SAFER-ITS can help organizations to assess their current security posture and develop security and risk management policies (infosec policies) combined with layered security solutions to protect company’s digital assets.

One of the key approach to protect information assets is to implement a layered Defense-in-Depth security technologies from network edge (users mobile devices) to the core infrastructure where mission-critical application and data resides, aiming to develop a protection systems where, should one defensive measure fail, other measures will continue to provide protection – safeguarding data while in motion and while at rest. 

SAFER ITS Consulting team will work with IT leaders to assess and understand their Infosec policies and security protection needs and develop or strengthen their Defence in Depth technologies by partnering with Managed Security Providers and security vendors to implement the following security technologies.

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Perimeter Firewalls are a key component in safeguarding your business from malicious threats from Internet. MSPs offer a variety of dedicated and shared, managed and co-managed, and monitored NextGen firewall solutions that free you from the resource-intensive work of maintaining your firewall, allows you to focus on your core business competencies while they provide the security expertise.

Managed Firewall Service delivers 24/7 firewall management and monitoring for advanced NextGen context and UTM content features and monitors threats. MSP can supply the hardware or manage and monitor what you already own.

Unified Threat Management (UTM)

UTM is an all in one security appliance. A UTM appliance will consist of a firewall as well as other key security features such as spam filtering, web filtering, anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-phishing, IPS/IDS, DOS and DDOS protection, Application filtering, Network Access Control, VPN’s and so on.

Remote Access IPsec VPNs

Remote access VPNs allow users to connect to a central site through a secure connection over a TCP/IP network. 

Distributed Denial of Service Attack – DOS & DDOS

A denial-of-service attack is a cyber-attack in which the perpetrator seeks to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users by temporarily or indefinitely disrupting services of a host connected to the Internet.

Intrusion Protection and Detection Systems – IPS/IDS


Endpoint Protection (EPP) Security

EPP is a centralized approach to protecting all endpoints such as servers, desktops, laptops, smartphones and other IoT devices connected to the enterprise IT network from cyber threats. Endpoint security management is all about adequately securing such endpoints and thereby securing a network by blocking access attempts and such risky activities at endpoints – an entry point for threats and malware.Some vendor EPP includes antivirus, firewall and other high defined security software.

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

In e-commerce and Service Oriented Architecture applications, websites, web applications, and web servers are are prime cyber-attack targets. Some of the most common types of attacks on web servers include SQL injection attacks, cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks, and DDoS attacks. WAF provides additional protection layer to defend against these attacks.