Secure Tomorrow—Comply Today:

Protecting America's Critical Infrastructure

Empower Your Organization with CSO: Achieving and Exceeding Compliance to Survive the Digital Siege

  • 98% of All Businesses Are at Cyber Risk: With less than 2% fully prepared for a cyber incident (Source: Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, CISA).

  • $20 Million in Losses Prevented through Compliance: Businesses adhering to federal cybersecurity standards have collectively averted potential damages estimated at over $20 million annually (Source: National Institute of Standards and Technology, NIST).

  • 60% Reduction in Breach Vulnerability: Organizations compliant with Presidential Order 13800 have shown up to a 60% reduction in vulnerabilities to cyber attacks (Source: Department of Homeland Security, DHS).

  • 85% of Consumers Prefer Secure Businesses: A report shows 85% of consumers are more likely to transact with businesses demonstrating strict cybersecurity compliance, underscoring its impact beyond national security to consumer trust (Source: Security Magazine).

Secure Your Digital Future: Navigate, Achieve, and Showcase with

CSO's Premier Three-Step Program

Cyber Secure Online (CSO) assists you in navigating the digital landscape with unmatched security and visible trust. Our premier compliance program enables you to achieve and proudly display cybersecurity mastery through the esteemed CSO Compliance Certified seal—a testament to your unwavering commitment to excellence and safety. With CSO, stand distinguished in the marketplace, earning the confidence of clients and partners alike.

In an era where digital threats are not just evolving but becoming more targeted and sophisticated, businesses face the critical challenge of fortifying their defenses. From ransomware attacks that hold your data hostage to phishing schemes designed to steal sensitive information, and compliance fines for falling short of regulations like GDPR, the stakes have never been higher. It's time to adopt a proactive stance with cutting-edge technology and strategic cross-sector collaboration to protect the future integrity of your business.

Step 1: Qualifying Scan with Assessment Purchase

Our comprehensive cybersecurity program begins with a crucial first step—a specialized scan designed to identify vulnerabilities. This critical service is made available at no additional cost with the purchase of our Custom Assessment.

We recognize that the cybersecurity threats facing each industry are unique. That’s why our Custom Assessment is tailored to your specific business needs, ensuring that your cyber defenses are precisely aligned to counteract the distinctive risks your sector encounters.

In the continuously evolving landscape of cyber threats, static defenses are no longer sufficient. Our Managed Care program represents the pinnacle of adaptive cybersecurity, offering ongoing protection that evolves in tandem with emerging threats.

Your Business's Future Depends on Cybersecurity - Act Now

In our digital age, securing your company isn't just about protecting data—it's about ensuring your business can thrive tomorrow. The government has put a spotlight on this with a clear mandate, signaling a national effort to beef up our collective digital defenses.

Why This Matters to You:

On May 11, 2017, a crucial step was taken with the signing of Executive Order 13800. This wasn't merely political paperwork; it was a nationwide call to action, directly affecting your business by:

Pushing for Modern, Safe IT Systems: Ensuring your digital infrastructure is bulletproof is no longer optional. It's crucial for staying competitive and compliant.

Fostering Stronger Security Relationships: It encourages businesses like yours to work closely not just with government sectors but with private ones too, creating a united front against cyber threats.

Emphasizing Global Collaboration for Stronger Defense: Cybersecurity isn't just a local concern; it's global. This mandate underlines the importance of international cooperation to protect against worldwide cyber risks.

Here at Cyber Secure Online, we're more than just compliant with these directives. We're ahead of the curve, implementing cutting-edge programs like Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) and expanding secure cloud services to not only meet but exceed these mandates.

We Do the Heavy Lifting For You: Our role in this national cybersecurity mission is straightforward: to ensure businesses like yours are fortified against cyber threats today, tomorrow, and beyond. By partnering with us, you're not just securing your assets; you're aligning with a broader mission to safeguard America's digital landscape.

Dive Deeper Into How We Can Safeguard Your Business Together: Understanding and aligning with Executive Order 13800 positions your business as a leader in cybersecurity readiness, ensuring its longevity and success in an increasingly digital world.

Explore the Presidential Order and Our Role in National Cybersecurity

With Cyber Secure Online, elevate your cybersecurity preparedness. Together, we guard not only your digital assets but contribute to the resilience of America's critical infrastructures.

Why Should You Opt For Our Services?

Elite Partnerships: Our collaborations with military and government agencies give us exclusive access to deep dark web insights and advanced threat intelligence, putting us at the forefront of cybersecurity.

Proven Excellence with Giants: With a track record of bolstering cybersecurity for the likes of Bank of America, Chase, and Microsoft, we’re recognized for our transformative security solutions.

Cybersecurity Pioneers: We made history from 1999-2003 by developing Microsoft's first hardened server OS, setting new standards in enterprise DMZ architecture and security.

Innovative Solutions: We’re behind groundbreaking projects like an all-encompassing vulnerability management system for Bank of America, revolutionizing enterprise-level cybersecurity.

Dedicated to Every Business: From corporate to SMEs, we ensure every business gains access to top-tier cybersecurity, democratizing safety in the digital age.

Prevent Cyber Threats Before They Strike

Dianne Beattie - Founder

Leveraging our Advanced Defensive Strategy through a $999 per device assessment offers a cost-effective method to evaluate your adherence to industry standards.

Our forward-thinking cybersecurity method facilitates correlation and prevention of events across all channels, averting potential data exfiltration leaks.

We are committed to defending privacy, businesses, and homes from likely threats, thereby ensuring protection and safety.

From the founder...

Employing various cybersecurity solutions is important, but insufficient on its own. To truly protect your organization, you need real-time monitoring paired with rapid threat detection and response capabilities are essential.

Without ongoing vigilance to detect vulnerabilities when they emerge, and the capacity to immediately act at the first sign of compromise, breaches remain likely.


We firmly believe that equal access to resources, akin to those enjoyed by large corporations, is fundamental for all small businesses. It levels the playing field, preventing any undue disadvantages.

- Dianne Beattie

Unmatched Cybersecurity: What Sets Us Apart

  • Custom-fit Security: Solutions as unique as your healthcare practice.

  • Always-On Support: Immediate help, any hour, for when IT emergencies strike.

  • Ahead of Threats: Continuous security updates keeping patient data safe.

  • Effortless Power: Robust cybersecurity made user-friendly for all healthcare staff

  • Informed Decisions: Expert cybersecurity advice tailored to healthcare needs.

  • Privacy First: Highest standards in data protection for patient confidentiality."

  • Cost-Effective Security: Exceptional safeguarding that fits healthcare budgets.

Why Choose Cyber Secure Online's Monitoring Solution?

Guarding Your Digital Harbor: Cyber Secure Online's Unmatched Vigilance

  • Unyielding Protection: We stand vigilant, like a lighthouse, ensuring your business is shielded from cyber threats day and night.

  • Ahead of Threats: Our proactive approach detects and neutralizes hazards swiftly, maintaining your data's security.

  • Always Available: With 24/7 support, we're your constant ally against cyber threats.

  • Expert-Driven: Real people, real expertise—our human-led strategy ensures accurate and prompt threat identification.

  • Full-Service Solutions: Our comprehensive suite extends from risk assessments to customized cybersecurity strategies, tailored for your business.

  • Targeted Remediation: Offering vCISO and Data Privacy Officer support, we provide strategic solutions for managing and mitigating risks effectively.

Cybersecurity FAQs

Understand the 'why' behind essential cybersecurity actions. Protecting our digital lives is a collective responsibility we all share.


A common misconception is that your cloud is inherently secure, it is not.  In fact, it is generally less secure than

a default installation of windows without patches due to the lack of cloud security training. 

Why will keeping our data safe continue to matter more in the future?

Just like locking your door keeps your home safe, protecting your digital information (or data) is crucial. As the world becomes more connected, and we share more information online, there are more chances for the bad guys — hackers — to cause harm. Even smarter tools like AI are being developed to stop them, but this means we have to keep up and stay alert. It's a bit of a never-ending game, but one where staying vigilant helps keep your personal and financial information safe from theft or misuse.

The Disrupted Launch: A promising tech startup, on the verge of launching its first product, found its design blueprints and investor databases leaked. Competitors quickly capitalized on the leaked information, severely impeding the startup's market entry and investor confidence. This incident shows how cybersecurity is not just about protecting data but securing a business's future in an ever-evolving digital landscape.

We did a penetration test (Pen Test) security check; isn't our company secure now?

Imagine you got a health check-up last year and were fine. Does it mean you'll never need another check-up again? Just like your health can change, so can the security of your company's data. Regular check-ups (or assessments) help find new "digital illnesses" that could harm your company, ensuring you're always protected.

The Overlooked Vulnerability: Following an extensive penetration test, a mid-sized accounting firm was assured of its security measures. Yet, the critical step of ongoing security evaluations was neglected, allowing a backdoor, unnoticed during the initial test, to remain. This lapse resulted in a severe data breach later on, highlighting the importance of consistent and vigilant security monitoring beyond the first round of testing.

Do we really need to keep checking for vulnerabilities if we use cloud services?

Absolutely, yes! Imagine storing your treasures in a safety deposit box—it's secure, but not foolproof. Similarly, cloud services offer enhanced security, but they're not impervious to threats. Regular security checks are crucial to uncover any vulnerabilities that could allow attackers through.

The Secure Cloud Illusion: A thriving e-commerce business placed its trust in cloud services, likening it to the ultimate safety deposit box for its digital assets. However, an underlying misconception about who was responsible for what aspects of security led to a severe oversight.

The Core Problem: The real issue unfolded from a misunderstanding of the cloud's shared responsibility model. While cloud providers secure the infrastructure, businesses using the cloud must protect their data and applications. A configuration slip-up, overlooked due to this misunderstanding, left an open door for cyber attackers.

As a result, the business's website was overwhelmed by a flood of malicious traffic, causing significant downtime right in the middle of a peak sales period. The financial hit from lost sales was immediate, but the longer-lasting damage was to the company's reputation for reliability—a critical blow to customer trust.

A Lesson Learned: This incident shed light on a vital fact about using cloud services: securing applications and data within the cloud falls squarely on the shoulders of the customer. Realizing this, the e-commerce business took decisive steps to prevent a repeat.

They launched an intensive training program for their IT staff on correct cloud configurations and security practices. By instituting regular cloud environment reviews and vulnerability scans, they aimed to stay one step ahead of potential security risks, ensuring their digital vault remained impenetrable.

This crucial turnaround not only strengthened their defenses but also restored customer faith in their reliability, proving the indispensable value of continuous vigilance in cloud security.

Is constant monitoring of our data really necessary, especially for small or cloud-based businesses?

Think of continuous monitoring as having a security camera in your store. It keeps an eye on things at all times, helping to catch thieves in the act or even deter them. No matter if your business is big or small, on the ground, or in the cloud, knowing what's happening with your data at all times helps prevent data theft and keeps your client's trust intact.

The Stealthy Cybercriminal Data Heist: A digital marketing agency, believing it was an unlikely target, skipped on data monitoring. Hackers infiltrated their system unnoticed, sat there in stealth mode for months, slowly siphoning off revenue and stealing sensitive client data. The breach not only cost them key accounts but also their reputation, driving home the importance of round-the-clock data monitoring for businesses of all sizes.

Why should smaller companies worry about cybersecurity? Aren't big companies the main targets?

Hackers are like burglars; they look for easy targets. Small companies often have less protection, making them surprisingly attractive targets. Protecting your data means you avoid potential financial loss, legal issues, and damage to your reputation. Think of cybersecurity like a good lock; it's essential no matter the size of the door.

The Supplier Chain Reaction: A small logistics company, part of a larger supply chain, thought cybersecurity was a concern for their bigger partners. When they were breached, it compromised the entire supply chain, halting operations and causing widespread financial damage. This illustrated how attackers exploit smaller, less-protected businesses to infiltrate larger networks.

Does having good cybersecurity bring benefits other than protection?

Absolutely! Imagine if your customers knew you had a state-of-the-art security system. They'd feel much safer with you, right? Good cybersecurity not only protects you from attacks but also boosts your reputation, makes you more attractive to do business with, and can even give you an edge over competitors who might not be as well protected.

The Competitive Edge: A boutique investment firm implemented top-notch cybersecurity measures and made it central to their client pitches. This unique selling point attracted clients who valued data security, significantly increasing their market share. Their story highlights how robust cybersecurity can be a competitive advantage, building trust and attracting business.

Will machines (AI) take over the job of keeping our data safe?

Machines, or AI, are like having super-smart guard dogs that can sniff out trouble much faster than humans. But, just like dogs can't make complex decisions on their own, AI needs human guidance to understand the subtleties of cybersecurity threats. So, it's more about machines and people working together rather than machines taking over.

The AI-Assisted Breach Prevention: A financial services company integrated AI into their cybersecurity strategy, which identified a complex, ongoing breach attempt invisible to traditional measures. The AI's rapid detection enabled human analysts to intervene in time, preventing massive data loss. This case underscores the synergetic potential of AI and human expertise in enhancing cybersecurity defenses.

Who really needs to worry about keeping their data safe?

Everyone. In the digital age, we're all connected. Whether it's through social media, online shopping, or simply storing photos in the cloud, we all have data that could be at risk. For businesses, it's even more critical as they also hold customer data. Keeping data safe helps protect financial information, personal privacy, and the overall trust in digital spaces we all rely on.

The Cross-Industry Cyber Ripple: A chain of retail stores suffered a major data breach, leaking customer payment information. The breach not only affected the retail chain but also spread across industries, impacting banks, credit agencies, and even healthcare providers due to shared customer data. This scenario shows cybersecurity is a universal concern, transcending industry boundaries.

How can all businesses, big or small, make their data more secure?

Start by understanding what needs protection (like sensitive client information) and how someone might gain unauthorized access. Then, make it harder for attackers to get in by using strong passwords, keeping your software up to date, and educating your team about common tricks hackers use. It's like ensuring the doors are locked, the alarm system is on, and everyone knows not to open the door to strangers.

Securing the Foundation: Continuous Watch: A local real estate broker, inspired by a cybersecurity workshop, strengthened their firm's defenses. They set up strong passwords, updated software regularly, and trained employees on cybersecurity basics. To elevate their security, they initiated continuous data monitoring, a vigilant eye that watches over their digital operations 24/7. This new, watchful approach quickly identified and stopped a phishing attack in its tracks, demonstrating how even simple security steps, when combined with constant monitoring, significantly boost a small business's cyber defense.

Why is training everyone in the company important for cybersecurity?

Because everyone can accidentally open the door to hackers. Training helps your team recognize suspicious activities (like phishing emails, which trick you into giving away passwords). It's like teaching everyone in your house not to share the front door code and to question strangers at the door. It's a team effort.

The Click That Cost Thousands: An employee at a law firm, unaware of phishing tactics, clicked a malicious link, leading to ransomware locking down critical case files. The ransom paid and the downtime incurred cost the firm tens of thousands, not to mention the long-term trust rebuilding with clients. This incident highlights how educating every team member can be the most cost-effective defense against cyber threats.

Cybersecurity FAQs

Understand the 'why' behind essential cybersecurity actions. Protecting our digital lives is a collective responsibility we all share.


A common misconception is that your cloud is inherently secure, it is not.  In fact, it is generally less secure than

a default installation of windows without patches due to the lack of cloud security training. 

Why will keeping our data safe continue to matter more in the future?

Just like locking your door keeps your home safe, protecting your digital information (or data) is crucial. As the world becomes more connected, and we share more information online, there are more chances for the bad guys — hackers — to cause harm. Even smarter tools like AI are being developed to stop them, but this means we have to keep up and stay alert. It's a bit of a never-ending game, but one where staying vigilant helps keep your personal and financial information safe from theft or misuse.

The Disrupted Launch: A promising tech startup, on the verge of launching its first product, found its design blueprints and investor databases leaked. Competitors quickly capitalized on the leaked information, severely impeding the startup's market entry and investor confidence. This incident shows how cybersecurity is not just about protecting data but securing a business's future in an ever-evolving digital landscape.

We did a penetration test (Pen Test) security check; isn't our company secure now?

Imagine you got a health check-up last year and were fine. Does it mean you'll never need another check-up again? Just like your health can change, so can the security of your company's data. Regular check-ups (or assessments) help find new "digital illnesses" that could harm your company, ensuring you're always protected.

The Overlooked Vulnerability: Following an extensive penetration test, a mid-sized accounting firm was assured of its security measures. Yet, the critical step of ongoing security evaluations was neglected, allowing a backdoor, unnoticed during the initial test, to remain. This lapse resulted in a severe data breach later on, highlighting the importance of consistent and vigilant security monitoring beyond the first round of testing.

Do we really need to keep checking for vulnerabilities if we use cloud services?

Absolutely, yes! Imagine storing your treasures in a safety deposit box—it's secure, but not foolproof. Similarly, cloud services offer enhanced security, but they're not impervious to threats. Regular security checks are crucial to uncover any vulnerabilities that could allow attackers through.

The Secure Cloud Illusion: A thriving e-commerce business placed its trust in cloud services, likening it to the ultimate safety deposit box for its digital assets. However, an underlying misconception about who was responsible for what aspects of security led to a severe oversight.

The Core Problem: The real issue unfolded from a misunderstanding of the cloud's shared responsibility model. While cloud providers secure the infrastructure, businesses using the cloud must protect their data and applications. A configuration slip-up, overlooked due to this misunderstanding, left an open door for cyber attackers.

As a result, the business's website was overwhelmed by a flood of malicious traffic, causing significant downtime right in the middle of a peak sales period. The financial hit from lost sales was immediate, but the longer-lasting damage was to the company's reputation for reliability—a critical blow to customer trust.

A Lesson Learned: This incident shed light on a vital fact about using cloud services: securing applications and data within the cloud falls squarely on the shoulders of the customer. Realizing this, the e-commerce business took decisive steps to prevent a repeat.

They launched an intensive training program for their IT staff on correct cloud configurations and security practices. By instituting regular cloud environment reviews and vulnerability scans, they aimed to stay one step ahead of potential security risks, ensuring their digital vault remained impenetrable.

This crucial turnaround not only strengthened their defenses but also restored customer faith in their reliability, proving the indispensable value of continuous vigilance in cloud security.

Is constant monitoring of our data really necessary, especially for small or cloud-based businesses?

Think of continuous monitoring as having a security camera in your store. It keeps an eye on things at all times, helping to catch thieves in the act or even deter them. No matter if your business is big or small, on the ground, or in the cloud, knowing what's happening with your data at all times helps prevent data theft and keeps your client's trust intact.

The Stealthy Cybercriminal Data Heist: A digital marketing agency, believing it was an unlikely target, skipped on data monitoring. Hackers infiltrated their system unnoticed, sat there in stealth mode for months, slowly siphoning off revenue and stealing sensitive client data. The breach not only cost them key accounts but also their reputation, driving home the importance of round-the-clock data monitoring for businesses of all sizes.

Why should smaller companies worry about cybersecurity? Aren't big companies the main targets?

Hackers are like burglars; they look for easy targets. Small companies often have less protection, making them surprisingly attractive targets. Protecting your data means you avoid potential financial loss, legal issues, and damage to your reputation. Think of cybersecurity like a good lock; it's essential no matter the size of the door.

The Supplier Chain Reaction: A small logistics company, part of a larger supply chain, thought cybersecurity was a concern for their bigger partners. When they were breached, it compromised the entire supply chain, halting operations and causing widespread financial damage. This illustrated how attackers exploit smaller, less-protected businesses to infiltrate larger networks.

Does having good cybersecurity bring benefits other than protection?

Absolutely! Imagine if your customers knew you had a state-of-the-art security system. They'd feel much safer with you, right? Good cybersecurity not only protects you from attacks but also boosts your reputation, makes you more attractive to do business with, and can even give you an edge over competitors who might not be as well protected.

The Competitive Edge: A boutique investment firm implemented top-notch cybersecurity measures and made it central to their client pitches. This unique selling point attracted clients who valued data security, significantly increasing their market share. Their story highlights how robust cybersecurity can be a competitive advantage, building trust and attracting business.

Will machines (AI) take over the job of keeping our data safe?

Machines, or AI, are like having super-smart guard dogs that can sniff out trouble much faster than humans. But, just like dogs can't make complex decisions on their own, AI needs human guidance to understand the subtleties of cybersecurity threats. So, it's more about machines and people working together rather than machines taking over.

The AI-Assisted Breach Prevention: A financial services company integrated AI into their cybersecurity strategy, which identified a complex, ongoing breach attempt invisible to traditional measures. The AI's rapid detection enabled human analysts to intervene in time, preventing massive data loss. This case underscores the synergetic potential of AI and human expertise in enhancing cybersecurity defenses.

Who really needs to worry about keeping their data safe?

Everyone. In the digital age, we're all connected. Whether it's through social media, online shopping, or simply storing photos in the cloud, we all have data that could be at risk. For businesses, it's even more critical as they also hold customer data. Keeping data safe helps protect financial information, personal privacy, and the overall trust in digital spaces we all rely on.

The Cross-Industry Cyber Ripple: A chain of retail stores suffered a major data breach, leaking customer payment information. The breach not only affected the retail chain but also spread across industries, impacting banks, credit agencies, and even healthcare providers due to shared customer data. This scenario shows cybersecurity is a universal concern, transcending industry boundaries.

How can all businesses, big or small, make their data more secure?

Start by understanding what needs protection (like sensitive client information) and how someone might gain unauthorized access. Then, make it harder for attackers to get in by using strong passwords, keeping your software up to date, and educating your team about common tricks hackers use. It's like ensuring the doors are locked, the alarm system is on, and everyone knows not to open the door to strangers.

Securing the Foundation: Continuous Watch: A local real estate broker, inspired by a cybersecurity workshop, strengthened their firm's defenses. They set up strong passwords, updated software regularly, and trained employees on cybersecurity basics. To elevate their security, they initiated continuous data monitoring, a vigilant eye that watches over their digital operations 24/7. This new, watchful approach quickly identified and stopped a phishing attack in its tracks, demonstrating how even simple security steps, when combined with constant monitoring, significantly boost a small business's cyber defense.

Why is training everyone in the company important for cybersecurity?

Because everyone can accidentally open the door to hackers. Training helps your team recognize suspicious activities (like phishing emails, which trick you into giving away passwords). It's like teaching everyone in your house not to share the front door code and to question strangers at the door. It's a team effort.

The Click That Cost Thousands: An employee at a law firm, unaware of phishing tactics, clicked a malicious link, leading to ransomware locking down critical case files. The ransom paid and the downtime incurred cost the firm tens of thousands, not to mention the long-term trust rebuilding with clients. This incident highlights how educating every team member can be the most cost-effective defense against cyber threats.

What Is The Difference Between Pen Test and Vulnerability Assessment?


Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Assessment focus on identifying and mitigating vulnerabilities at specific points in time,

Continuous Data Management ensures constant vigilance and protection of data assets. It aligns with modern cybersecurity

needs by adapting to evolving threats in real-time, enhancing the overall resilience of organizations WITH
both reactive to immediate threats and proactive in preventing future attacks.

FEATURE

PENETRATION TESTING

VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT

CONTINUOUS MANAGEMENT

Objective

Simulates cyber-attacks to identify exploitable vulnerabilities.

Identifies and prioritizes vulnerabilities without exploiting them.

Monitors and protects data in real-time to quickly identify and mitigate risks.

Approach

Offensive, attempting breach.

Defensive, identifying weaknesses.

Proactive, focusing on safeguarding data integrity and confidentiality.

Depth and Focus

Deep, focusing on exploiting vulnerabilities to understand potential damage.

Broad, focuses on cataloging and prioritizing vulnerabilities.

Continuous, emphasizes real-time monitoring and management of data security and compliance.

Methodology

Combines manual and automated tactics with ethical hacking techniques.

Primarily uses automated scanning for known vulnerabilities.

Utilizes advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning for dynamic data analysis and protection strategies.

Outcome

Provides detailed insights on exploited vulnerabilities, impacts, and remediation.

Generates a comprehensive list of vulnerabilities ranked by severity with remediation advice.

Ensures data integrity, quick detection of anomalies, streamlined compliance, and strategic risk management.

Frequency

Conducted less frequently due to being resource-intensive.

More frequent to enable regular monitoring and updates on system security status.

Ongoing, provides continuous visibility and protection of data assets.

Purpose

Assesses the effectiveness of current security measures and incident response.

Offers ongoing awareness of system vulnerabilities to prioritize fixes.

Actively prevents data breaches and loss, ensuring compliance and operational resilience.

Resource & Skill

Requires significant expertise and resources, with a focus on manual techniques.

Less labor-intensive and more scalable, though interpreting results demands knowledge.

Demands expertise in data analytics and cybersecurity practices, with emphasis on automation for scalability.

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Cyber Secure Online is a...

Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP)

Cyber Secure Online offers an integrated cybersecurity platform designed for small to mid-sized businesses, encompassing advanced technologies like SASE, SIEM, EDR/NGAV, MXDR, and GRC. Our solutions are customized to meet the unique needs of diverse industries and are enhanced through partnerships with Managed Service Providers (MSPs) for comprehensive security coverage.

When threats such as malware or unauthorized access arise, our rapid response isolates the problem to mitigate impact effectively. By implementing rules, deactivating accounts, and disconnecting affected machines, we ensure quick resolution with minimal operational interruption, maintaining constant communication with your team.

Our ForceField™ ZT Automatic Block-Level Protection is specifically engineered to prevent Ransomware attacks, protecting your data from unauthorized encryption and theft.

Furthermore, we meticulously handle the compliance and accreditation processes for NIST 800-53, FISMA, and FedRAMP, ensuring your servers, virtual environments, and cloud services meet stringent security standards.

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