Patch Management
Patch Management

Attacks can originate from ANY point on the globe.  Patching your systems is CRUCIAL. Patch Management is the process of controlling the deployment of security and performance updates to operating systems and applications, respectively. Patch Management is a vitally important part of protecting endpoints from attack. Patching Management resolves, to a large degree, the vulnerabilities that threat actors seek to exploit. We custom tailor a Patch Management strategy designed to improve security, reduce the attack surface, and resolve vulnerabilities.

Application Management
Application Management

Automated installation and updates to software applications assure that end users have the most recent and secure tools they need. Automated removal of aging and out-of-date applications reduce the number of vulnerable applications threat actors can target and exploit. Workers who don't have the tools they need will often find their own. This is called "shadow IT." This increases the chance that an outdated or weaponized application will, inadvertently, be installed.

Preemptive Support anticipates threats and acts at the speed of business to defend the enterprise.
Preemptive Support

A light-weight data shipping agent collects logs and metrics. This information is aggregated and analyzed. Deep and near real-time visibility into endpoints and networking components enables a new level of proactive and preemptive support. Problems with, for example, workstations, servers, and routers are visualized and addressed before failure and business interruption.

Audit Assets to locate rogue devices
Asset Discovery

Continuous and automated monitoring assures that devices, authorized and unauthorized, are found, identified and audited. Asset Discovery is the first and most important step in the process of gaining visibility into enterprise operations. Discovery works to find and resolve hardware and software issues BEFORE they pose a major problem.

How IT Works


Discovery involves the deployment light-weight agents to search for and identity network devices and endpoints. The devices include workstations, laptops, mobile devices, servers, printers, routers, switches, printers, virtual servers, IoT devices, and cloud-based assets. Discovery seeks to identify rogue, unauthorized, employee- or vendor-owned Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).


Protection involves the implementation of policy and the deployment of resources intended to minimize the risk of a cybersecurity event. Protection is a continuous effort to minimize, and whenever possible, eliminate the risk of a cybersecurity event.


Detection involves the implementation of policies and procedures in order to facilitate the timely detection of cybersecurity events. These policies and procedures define the human, hardware, and software resources deployed for the timely, continuous, and near real-time detection of cybersecurity events.


Response involves the implementation of policies and procedures necessary to react in a timely, effective, and collaborative manner to a cybersecurity event. Response is the rapid mobilization, coordination, and deployment of human and technical resources to contain and resolve cybersecurity events.


Recovery involves the implementation of policies and procedures necessary to restore from damage resulting from a cybersecurity event. Recovery seeks to empower the enterprise to rapidly restore, replace, or repair lost data, services, and processes.