Covenco365’s end-user security service is designed to give a full, multi-layered, end-to-end protection solution to give you peace of mind when it comes to cyber security
Our End-user Security Services Include:
Endpoint protection is important to have in place when protecting end-user devices that are connected to the organisations network. Without this protection in place, cybercriminals or malware can get into the network and steal business-critical data. We partner with the likes of MalwareBytes and Sophos to ensure that we provide you with the best endpoint protection in the market.
Covenco365’s email security services help to protect your organisation from advanced email threats like spear-phishing and impersonation. We partner with Mimecast who’s Secure Email Gateway solution ensures your email accounts are secure against malicious attacks, including: phishing, spam and malware.
Web security must be a top priority for all organisations. Along with email, the web is one of the top ways in for cyberattacks. The web and the use of DNS services specifically are part of 91% of all malware attacks, and email and web together are a key part for 99% of successful breaches (Mimecast). We partner with Mimecast for their Web Security technology which protects your employees and network guests from web threats.
It stands like a physical wall keeping attackers at bay. But a firewall on its own is not enough. Businesses need to take a more strategic approach to defending their borders and fine tune their firewall to achieve a balance between security and performance. Next Gen Firewall requires specialist security skills set and is very demanding in today’s dynamic threat landscape. A firewall should be implemented, monitored and maintained regularly and meticulously to save organisations from internal and external cyber threats. It should be upgraded and patched on a regular basis. Security policies and configurations should be in sync with business needs and evolving threats. Network traffic must be monitored continuously to identify and respond to threats in real time.
What technologies are used in End-User Security?
Covenco give us 24/7 peace of mind that in a disaster recovery situation, we will get a fast and efficient service to get our business operational again as quickly as possible. The annual DR tests have helped us improve our strategy to ensure we are as prepared as possible for the worst
We think of Covenco as an extension of our own IT department. We work closely together regarding IT security aspects, disaster recovery and business continuity side of the business. They are always there to discuss future developments and plans to improve Mizuno’s IT systems and that helps us to concentrate keeping our own business operations running smoothly.
We have enjoyed our partnership with Covenco from the outset. The team are amiable and capable, as well as being flexible enough to find and develop solutions that fit our particular needs. I am a firm believer that it is easy to write a glowing review when everything has been plain sailing, but you really measure the strength of a relationship when there are challenges. Given the services we subscribe to I am very happy to have Covenco on hand in case things do go wrong.
Hunt & Palmer
Frequently Asked Questions
What is end-user security?
End-User Security is designed to give a full, multi-layered, end-to-end protection solution to give you peace of mind when it comes to cyber security and includes: Endpoint Protection, Email Security, Web Security and Next-Gen Firewalls.
Why do I need to protect endpoints?
‘Endpoint’ refers to end users devices which are connected to a company network, therefore these devices need security in place to stop cybercriminals or malware getting into the network and stealing business-critical data.
Why do we need email security?
Email security is extremely important as it is the most popular medium in which cyber attacks are carried out and with over 300 billion emails sent each and every day, email remains the most widely used communication platform. Some of the cyber threats that your organisation can be attacked with include spam, malware, ransomware, and phishing attacks.
What is the difference between a traditional firewall and a next-generation firewall?
A next-generation firewall is somewhat of an upgrade from the traditional firewall. It does everything that the traditional firewall does and more! It offers a more sophisticated approach with multiple layers of protection against the like of antivirus, ransomware and spam, as well as an element of a long endpoint security to protect your important business data.
What is web security and why is it important?
Web security should be made a critical priority for every organisation. Alongside email, the web is one of the popular mediums for cyber-attacks. The web and the use of DNS services specifically are part of 91% of all malware attacks, and email and web together are a key part for 99% of successful breaches (Mimecast).