Long Island Cyber Security Solutions

Long Island Cyber Security Solutions

What is Cyber Security?

Cyber Security solutions refer to a set of technologies that use Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) practices to protect your business’ networks and data from unauthorized attacks.

Why is it Necessary?

A weak cyber security policy puts the future of your business at serious risk. If your network is breached and your clients’ information falls into the wrong hands, will they ever trust you again? Can your company survive extended periods of down-time needed to recover from a breach? Probably not.

And if you think your business is too small to be a target, you’re dead wrong. Cybercriminals work around the clock in search of new ways to exploit networks, knowing small businesses who don’t take security threats seriously are the easiest targets.

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How TCI Protects your Network


Before we begin implementing any cyber security solutions, we’ll assess your business’ network to identify its weakest links.

In order to get a holistic view of not only your infrastructure, but also your vulnerabilities, behaviors, intrusions and logs to help resolve and stop attacks, we do the following:

  • Asset Discovery. This shows all of the IT assets your business has both in the cloud and on-premises, and highlights vulnerabilities they have and threats they face.
  • Penetration Testing. This is a controlled experiment that mimics a cyberattack. Pen tests are used to show just how much damage a cyberattack can potentially cause your business.
  • Vulnerability Scans. These give you instant insight into susceptible parts of your network, allowing you to address them before an attack occurs.
  • Behavior Monitoring. This software gathers data on normal network activity and alerts your IT team whenever anything abnormal occurs, allowing for much quicker incident response and recovery.


The best way to mitigate damage from cyberattacks is to anticipate them, stop them and, in the worst case, have a plan to recover from them as quickly, efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.

Once we’ve determined which cyber security solutions are best for your business through a network assessment, we’ll get them up and running. This includes:

  • Anti-Virus & Web Security. Up-to-date anti-virus and web security software will actively defend your network from sophisticated malware attacks by routinely scanning all new files, emails and other network traffic.
  • Intrusion Prevention System Management (IPS). An IPS monitors all traffic on your network to deflect attacks and exploits that hackers can use to gain access to sensitive business data and user permissions.
  • Patch Management. Since malware attacks are constantly becoming more sophisticated, your cyber security software must evolve as well. Patch management ensures you receive all new security updates as they’re released in real-time.
  • Email Security. Phishing, a type of cyberattack that’s commonly conducted via email, can largely be prevented by spam and virus-filtering software that scans all incoming mail for malicious links and attachments.
  • Disaster Recovery & Planning. No business will ever be 100 percent invincible to attacks. That being said, you’ll need a comprehensive plan for potential disaster situations, including data backup and a swift incident response strategy.

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