What Are The Top Cloud Security Concerns?

According to a very recent survey, over 70% of the Businesses are operating at least a part of their business in the cloud. Hence cloud security concerns should be taken into high consideration in order to win the trust of the customers.

On a broader prospect, here are some of the topmost security concerns for the businesses to protect their data.

Infochola protecting your cyber assets and critical data from cyber-attacks that effectively delivery incident response and threat detection for thriving businesses, who are limited by time, expertise and resources.

Features you need

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Cost Effective

Save on the long-term financial and reputational repercussions with the help of our Infochola who can identify and remediate vulnerabilities early.
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Reliable

We work 24/7 to keep our services running at optimal, with minimal downtime.
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Unique

Cybersecurity threats are made easy to understand and even easier to mitigate, through our creative and innovative solutions.
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Timely

We work efficiently with our clients in locating and rectifying security issues effectively.
null

Quality

We provide robust solutions that have been rigorously tested, as we strongly believe in delivering excellence in all that we do.
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Relational

Our teams are dedicated to supporting and standing alongside our customers from beginning to end.

We are offering following Cybersecurity Services

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Security Center

Security Center is a unified infrastructure security management system that strengthens the security posture of your data centers and provides advanced threat protection across your hybrid workloads in the cloud. Infochola will assess your environment and enable you to understand the status of your resources, protect against threats with auto provisioning.

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Policy And Governance

Equipped with decades of industry experience, our specialists can provide valuable advice to top management personnel, on a regular basis, regarding the structuring of a comprehensive cyber security policy for the organization. Infochola ensures the highest standard of accountability and transparency through the establishment, implementation, monitoring, and strengthening of proper policies, to achieve broad-based employee participation.

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Security Risk Assessment

Developing an effective IT security program can be a daunting challenge. Your security program must protect important data and systems, while mitigating the most likely and dangerous threats. You are expected to constantly keep this program updated and promote a security approach that accounts for business priorities, drifting security controls and new attack techniques. All of this must be done at a reasonable cost and with minimal disruption to the business. Infochola is designed to help overcome the challenges of creating an effective security program.

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Firewall

Firewall is a feature of Application Gateway that provides centralized protection of your web applications from common exploits and vulnerabilities. Infochola can help to make security management such simpler and gives better assurance to administrators against threats or intrusions.

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Multi-Factor Authentication

Incident response and recovery give you access to expert security services that can scale to provide the appropriate response to your specific incident. Depending on the severity of your incident, Infochola can provide anything from telephone support to dedicated on-site Incident Response teams that deploy custom tools and perform on-site malicious software reverse-engineering to investigate and contain a breach. Our rapid response time helps your organization effectively contain, respond to and recover from a security incident.

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DDoS Protection

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are some of the largest availability and security concerns facing customers that are moving their applications to the cloud. A DDoS attack attempts to exhaust an application’s resources, making the application unavailable to legitimate users. Infochola can be protected at any endpoint that is publicly reachable through the internet.

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Secure Architecture Review

Application and network architecture are often designed for functionality, rather than for security. Poor design of architecture often exposes the application and network to many security loopholes. Our team of Infochola can help bridge that gap by performing security design reviews on the organization’s architecture and mitigate the risks by patching up the potential security flaws.

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Incident Response And Recovery

Incident response and recovery give you access to expert security services that can scale to provide the appropriate response to your specific incident. Depending on the severity of your incident, Infochola can provide anything from telephone support to dedicated on-site Incident Response teams that deploy custom tools and perform on-site malicious software reverse-engineering to investigate and contain a breach. Our rapid response time helps your organization effectively contain, respond to and recover from a security incident.

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Auditing And Monitoring

For attack detection and accountability purposes, the solution implements auditing and monitoring of high-impact administrator activity. This verifies that administrators are alerted to events that could indicate a compromise as well as providing a tamper-resistant record of events.

Security threats

Encryption Data At REST

Whether storing data at rest in your physical data center, a private or public cloud, or in a third-party storage application, proper encryption and key management are critical factors in ensuring sensitive data is protected and your organization maintains compliance. Infochola can offer granular encryption and role-based access control for structured and unstructured data residing in databases, applications, files, and storage containers. With centralized key management and a hardened root of trust, organizations can ensure their master keys are protected and data remains secure.

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Cryptocurrency Security

As the hype for cryptocurrency continues to grow, hackers all over the world have been coveting for these valuable, anonymized currencies. Our Infochola have the knowledge and expertise to provide technical solutions and the best security practices on securing a cryptocurrency wallet.

  • Planning

    Review objectives identify customer focus areas, and schedule on-site interviews.

  • Data Collection

    Conduct on-site interviews to gather goals, policies, technologies, and practices across your security program(s)

  • Analysis

    Analyze interview results and compare against Microsoft Cybersecurity Infrastructure Optimization Maturity Model.

  • Reporting

    Create written report and provide Executive Briefing summarizing findings and roadmap.

  • Deliverables

    Tailored Security Program Recommendations, Executive Briefing, Roadmap, Plan and Associated Estimate

Cyber-attacks have become more sophisticated and automated, approx 4,000 Cyber-attacks occurs every day. Large enterprise adopting Big data and Artificial Intelligence to protect digital assets from security threats but Small and medium business are more vulnerable to attacks due to lack of awareness.

Security threats are evolving more complex to identify, Singapore is one of the world’s safest country that nowadays one of the targets as matured adaption on internet usage. We must continue to innovate and build new capabilities to meet Singapore’s security needs and protect from vulnerabilities.

The 4 Most Common Threats

Ransomware attack happens when a virus is put on a computer and locks the user out of the systems that allow them to access their data.

Phishing a type of social engineering is currently the most common method used to infect a system with ransomware and steal account credentials.

Business email compromise (BEC) attack include spoofing the email accounts and websites.

Distributed denial of service is an attempt to make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources.

Follow the best practices to protect your digital assets in an ever-challenging threat landscape.An internationally recognized standard NIST Cybersecurity Framework is a process to improve the cybersecurity of your organisation

The 5 Steps Of NIST Cyber-Security Framework

Identify Key Assets

Identify and control who has access to your business information and the require individuals user accounts for each employee. Cloud services can be a great tool for small businesses since you don’t have the time, money, or staff to handle all your cybersecurity needs on your own. Employee timesheets and project management tools are also popular cloud services. Security and network monitoring tools provide antivirus and website monitoring for threats.

Protect Data And Accounts

Cybersecurity education and awareness training to your employees need to become a routine part of doing business. It’s about paying attention, being prepared, and educating the humans in our organization. Use Limit employee access to data and information.

Educating yourself and your co-workers about social engineering and phishing attacks can improve your security. Use encryption for Sensitive business information and secure your wireless access points and networks

Detect A Breach

Would you be able to detect a hack on your website? When a hacker first breaks into a   system, they usually spend time looking around before stealing anything. Humans cause up to 90% of breaches. Train your staff to report concerns like phishing emails and lost items quickly as a part of your detection plan. Since most breaches happen through phishing and/or lost items, encourage staff to report either issue as soon as they notice a problem. A strong organization will have trained their staff in security protocols, so they’ll notice when something feels fishy. Kindly install and update anti-virus, anti-spyware and other anti-malware programs.

Respond To A Cyber Breach

Develop a Plan for disaster and security information. Every Company, regardless of size, needs a response plan. To create your business response plan, just start by putting in your company name, city, and state and check off which of these topics you want to have covered in your response plan.  A solid response plan can save a business money and the people you want by your side during a breach. Having a lawyer review it with an eye on liability for your specific business type is also a good idea. Your cybersecurity response plan is a living document that needs to be reviewed and practised throughout the year.

Recover

Make full backups of important business data and information and continue to schedule incremental backups.

Cybersecurity Insurance:

Your business most likely already has multiple insurance policies. A new threat of cyber incidents impacting business continuity and liability, a new, or add-on, insurance plan is necessary for any size business. Make sure well-reviewed cybersecurity insurance policy in place before an incident. The return on investment will be priceless.

Reputation Management

Online business ratings are just one good reason for you to take cybersecurity seriously.

Do you think those online reviews about poor security could shut down a business?

The Better Business Bureau considers non-disparagement clauses to be contrary to its mission of an ethical market place where buyers and sellers can trust each other. The BBB Code of Business Practices prohibits accredited businesses from using them. If your business uses social media to communicate with customers and the community. the Small Business Administration Social Media Cyber-Vandalism Toolkit is a document you want to look at and utilize.

Be always have a plan for reputation management in place before a breach occurs.

Please Evaluate Your Existing Security Practices, Optimise And Protect To Evolve.

Cybersecurity education and awareness is a lifelong commitment for each business. See how Cybersecurity Framework useful for small and medium businesses and the best way to avoid becoming a victim of phishing is to just slow down a bit and be cautious.

OVERVIEW

What Are The Top Cloud Security Concerns?

According to a very recent survey, over 70% of the Businesses are operating at least a part of their business in the cloud. Hence cloud security concerns should be taken into high consideration in order to win the trust of the customers.

On a broader prospect, here are some of the topmost security concerns for the businesses to protect their data.

Infochola protecting your cyber assets and critical data from cyber-attacks that effectively delivery incident response and threat detection for thriving businesses, who are limited by time, expertise and resources.

Features you need

null

Cost Effective

Save on the long-term financial and reputational repercussions with the help of our Infochola who can identify and remediate vulnerabilities early.
null

Reliable

We work 24/7 to keep our services running at optimal, with minimal downtime.
null

Unique

Cybersecurity threats are made easy to understand and even easier to mitigate, through our creative and innovative solutions.
null

Timely

We work efficiently with our clients in locating and rectifying security issues effectively.
null

Quality

We provide robust solutions that have been rigorously tested, as we strongly believe in delivering excellence in all that we do.
null

Relational

Our teams are dedicated to supporting and standing alongside our customers from beginning to end.
SOLUTIONS

We are offering following Cybersecurity Services

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Security Center

Security Center is a unified infrastructure security management system that strengthens the security posture of your data centers and provides advanced threat protection across your hybrid workloads in the cloud. Infochola will assess your environment and enable you to understand the status of your resources, protect against threats with auto provisioning.

null

Policy And Governance

Equipped with decades of industry experience, our specialists can provide valuable advice to top management personnel, on a regular basis, regarding the structuring of a comprehensive cyber security policy for the organization. Infochola ensures the highest standard of accountability and transparency through the establishment, implementation, monitoring, and strengthening of proper policies, to achieve broad-based employee participation.

null

Security Risk Assessment

Developing an effective IT security program can be a daunting challenge. Your security program must protect important data and systems, while mitigating the most likely and dangerous threats. You are expected to constantly keep this program updated and promote a security approach that accounts for business priorities, drifting security controls and new attack techniques. All of this must be done at a reasonable cost and with minimal disruption to the business. Infochola is designed to help overcome the challenges of creating an effective security program.

null

Firewall

Firewall is a feature of Application Gateway that provides centralized protection of your web applications from common exploits and vulnerabilities. Infochola can help to make security management such simpler and gives better assurance to administrators against threats or intrusions.

null

Multi-Factor Authentication

Incident response and recovery give you access to expert security services that can scale to provide the appropriate response to your specific incident. Depending on the severity of your incident, Infochola can provide anything from telephone support to dedicated on-site Incident Response teams that deploy custom tools and perform on-site malicious software reverse-engineering to investigate and contain a breach. Our rapid response time helps your organization effectively contain, respond to and recover from a security incident.

null

DDoS Protection

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are some of the largest availability and security concerns facing customers that are moving their applications to the cloud. A DDoS attack attempts to exhaust an application’s resources, making the application unavailable to legitimate users. Infochola can be protected at any endpoint that is publicly reachable through the internet.

null

Secure Architecture Review

Application and network architecture are often designed for functionality, rather than for security. Poor design of architecture often exposes the application and network to many security loopholes. Our team of Infochola can help bridge that gap by performing security design reviews on the organization’s architecture and mitigate the risks by patching up the potential security flaws.

null

Incident Response And Recovery

Incident response and recovery give you access to expert security services that can scale to provide the appropriate response to your specific incident. Depending on the severity of your incident, Infochola can provide anything from telephone support to dedicated on-site Incident Response teams that deploy custom tools and perform on-site malicious software reverse-engineering to investigate and contain a breach. Our rapid response time helps your organization effectively contain, respond to and recover from a security incident.

null

Auditing And Monitoring

For attack detection and accountability purposes, the solution implements auditing and monitoring of high-impact administrator activity. This verifies that administrators are alerted to events that could indicate a compromise as well as providing a tamper-resistant record of events.

Security threats

Encryption Data At REST

Whether storing data at rest in your physical data center, a private or public cloud, or in a third-party storage application, proper encryption and key management are critical factors in ensuring sensitive data is protected and your organization maintains compliance. Infochola can offer granular encryption and role-based access control for structured and unstructured data residing in databases, applications, files, and storage containers. With centralized key management and a hardened root of trust, organizations can ensure their master keys are protected and data remains secure.

null

Cryptocurrency Security

As the hype for cryptocurrency continues to grow, hackers all over the world have been coveting for these valuable, anonymized currencies. Our Infochola have the knowledge and expertise to provide technical solutions and the best security practices on securing a cryptocurrency wallet.

  • Planning

    Review objectives identify customer focus areas, and schedule on-site interviews.

  • Data Collection

    Conduct on-site interviews to gather goals, policies, technologies, and practices across your security program(s)

  • Analysis

    Analyze interview results and compare against Microsoft Cybersecurity Infrastructure Optimization Maturity Model.

  • Reporting

    Create written report and provide Executive Briefing summarizing findings and roadmap.

  • Deliverables

    Tailored Security Program Recommendations, Executive Briefing, Roadmap, Plan and Associated Estimate

INSIGHTS

Cyber-attacks have become more sophisticated and automated, approx 4,000 Cyber-attacks occurs every day. Large enterprise adopting Big data and Artificial Intelligence to protect digital assets from security threats but Small and medium business are more vulnerable to attacks due to lack of awareness.

Security threats are evolving more complex to identify, Singapore is one of the world’s safest country that nowadays one of the targets as matured adaption on internet usage. We must continue to innovate and build new capabilities to meet Singapore’s security needs and protect from vulnerabilities.

The 4 Most Common Threats

Ransomware attack happens when a virus is put on a computer and locks the user out of the systems that allow them to access their data.

Phishing a type of social engineering is currently the most common method used to infect a system with ransomware and steal account credentials.

Business email compromise (BEC) attack include spoofing the email accounts and websites.

Distributed denial of service is an attempt to make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources.

Follow the best practices to protect your digital assets in an ever-challenging threat landscape.An internationally recognized standard NIST Cybersecurity Framework is a process to improve the cybersecurity of your organisation

The 5 Steps Of NIST Cyber-Security Framework

Identify Key Assets

Identify and control who has access to your business information and the require individuals user accounts for each employee. Cloud services can be a great tool for small businesses since you don’t have the time, money, or staff to handle all your cybersecurity needs on your own. Employee timesheets and project management tools are also popular cloud services. Security and network monitoring tools provide antivirus and website monitoring for threats.

Protect Data And Accounts

Cybersecurity education and awareness training to your employees need to become a routine part of doing business. It’s about paying attention, being prepared, and educating the humans in our organization. Use Limit employee access to data and information.

Educating yourself and your co-workers about social engineering and phishing attacks can improve your security. Use encryption for Sensitive business information and secure your wireless access points and networks

Detect A Breach

Would you be able to detect a hack on your website? When a hacker first breaks into a   system, they usually spend time looking around before stealing anything. Humans cause up to 90% of breaches. Train your staff to report concerns like phishing emails and lost items quickly as a part of your detection plan. Since most breaches happen through phishing and/or lost items, encourage staff to report either issue as soon as they notice a problem. A strong organization will have trained their staff in security protocols, so they’ll notice when something feels fishy. Kindly install and update anti-virus, anti-spyware and other anti-malware programs.

Respond To A Cyber Breach

Develop a Plan for disaster and security information. Every Company, regardless of size, needs a response plan. To create your business response plan, just start by putting in your company name, city, and state and check off which of these topics you want to have covered in your response plan.  A solid response plan can save a business money and the people you want by your side during a breach. Having a lawyer review it with an eye on liability for your specific business type is also a good idea. Your cybersecurity response plan is a living document that needs to be reviewed and practised throughout the year.

Recover

Make full backups of important business data and information and continue to schedule incremental backups.

Cybersecurity Insurance:

Your business most likely already has multiple insurance policies. A new threat of cyber incidents impacting business continuity and liability, a new, or add-on, insurance plan is necessary for any size business. Make sure well-reviewed cybersecurity insurance policy in place before an incident. The return on investment will be priceless.

Reputation Management

Online business ratings are just one good reason for you to take cybersecurity seriously.

Do you think those online reviews about poor security could shut down a business?

The Better Business Bureau considers non-disparagement clauses to be contrary to its mission of an ethical market place where buyers and sellers can trust each other. The BBB Code of Business Practices prohibits accredited businesses from using them. If your business uses social media to communicate with customers and the community. the Small Business Administration Social Media Cyber-Vandalism Toolkit is a document you want to look at and utilize.

Be always have a plan for reputation management in place before a breach occurs.

Please Evaluate Your Existing Security Practices, Optimise And Protect To Evolve.

Cybersecurity education and awareness is a lifelong commitment for each business. See how Cybersecurity Framework useful for small and medium businesses and the best way to avoid becoming a victim of phishing is to just slow down a bit and be cautious.

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