Get the Next Generation Firewall and endpoint protection to prevent cyber attacks

b4b in partnership with Check Point offer a range of cyber protection software to help protect your business from cyber attacks

What is a cyber attack?

If you listen to the news you will no doubt have head of businesses being attacked by hackers. A cyber attack is where an attack is launched from one or more computers, against another computer, multiple computers, or networks.

There are two broad types of cyber-attack:

  1. Aimed to disable the target computer or knock it offline
  2. Access the target computer’s data and get admin access to it

Common Cyber Attacks

  • Malware – malicious software designed to cause damage to computers, servers and networks
  • Phishing – Where cyber-criminals target emails with links to malware or fake websites
  • Ransomware – This will encrypt files and the attacker then demands payment to give you back access
  • Denial of Service – A brute force to stop an online service from working properly
  • Man in the Middle – Where attackers secretly come between the user and a web service they’re trying to access.
  • Cryptojacking – Attackers install malware in your computer to do the work of generating crypto-currency
  • SQL injection – Where attackers exploit the vulnerability of databases that use SQL servers
  • Zero-day exploits – Where attackers exploit vulnerabilities in software

b4b Firewall and IT Security Services

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Next Gen Firewalls

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Endpoint Security

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Cyber Essentials Certification

Next Generation Firewalls – Network Protection

We use Next Generation Firewall network protection as to protect your business from cyber attacks. b4b hardware firewalls are of the highest caliber threat prevention and unified security management solutions across networks and the cloud.

Our security gateway appliances are designed to prevent any cyber-attack, reduce complexity and lower your costs. We can protect small to midsize enterprises against even the most sophisticated attacks with a comprehensive product portfolio.

Understanding Endpoint Security

In terms of security, an endpoint is any user device such as a desktop, laptop or mobile device that has access to an enterprise network. Any one of these can be an access point that can be exploited by malicious actors.

Endpoint security simply refers to how to make these points of access secure and prevent the various cyber-attacks described above.

As users move to a Work From Home scenario, endpoint security becomes even more important as users may not be protected by company firewalls.

  • Mature endpoint capabilities to protect against known and unknown cyber attacks
  • We use industry best practices to elevate endpoint security to combat targeted and evasive attacks
  • Our services have high catch rates to ensure efficient security efficacy and effective prevention
  • We also provide automated forensics data analysis giving detailed insights into threats
  • Full attack containment and remediation quickly restore any infected systems

Penetration Testing

Penetration testing, also called pen testing or ethical hacking, is the practice of testing a computer system, network or web application to find security vulnerabilities that an attacker could exploit.

Penetration testing can be automated or performed manually under a bespoke project or certain application. The process involves gathering information about the target before the test, identifying possible entry points, attempting to break in and reporting back the findings with recommendations.

Cyber Essentials

Cyber Essentials is a simple but effective, Government backed scheme that will help you to protect your organisation, whatever its size, against a whole range of the most common cyber attacks.

Cyber attacks come in many shapes and sizes, but the vast majority are very basic in nature, carried out by relatively unskilled individuals. They’re the digital equivalent of a thief trying your front door to see if it’s unlocked. Our advice is designed to prevent these attacks.

b4b can support your business through the process of getting cyber essentials certified.

Why use b4b's Firewall and Endpoint Security Services?

b4b have helped migrate many deploy firewall and endpoint services

  • Let our experienced b4b data security team help install and support your firewalls
  • Enjoy the full protection against all cyber-attacks and threats
  • Protect your branch offices against any malicious threats

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