In the past, we would keep valuables in a strong, metal safe to make sure thieves couldn’t get access to our precious assets...
In the modern world, much of what thieves would like to steal can’t be protected by a metal box. Today, we’re in the information age, and the most valuable things that many homes and businesses have to steal—is information.
In order to keep your important information out of the hands of web bandits, you need a whole virtual fortress surrounding your network. Get ahold of Arcem, and we’ll build you that fortress—and man the guard towers 24/7.
Offsite Data Backups
For optimal security, we keep full offsite data backups of your crucial information, so in the unlikely event that a cyber threat makes it through our security, we can get you back up and running again in no time.
Part of our effort to secure your information involves training you to spot and ward off certain threats that you might otherwise unwittingly allow in.
Types of Cyber Security Threats
A general term for “malicious software,” this can be anything from viruses and spyware to ransomware. It seeks to gain unauthorized access to your computer in order to steal information and/or do harm.
In order to fight malware, we continuously monitor files that come into your network using advanced software connected to a vast database that allows it to detect, contain, and remediate malicious software.
The most common form of cyber threat, phishing is the practice of sending fraudulent emails that seem legitimate in order to steal sensitive information like credit card numbers and login credentials.
We combat this with a combination of security software and client training to prevent the malicious software from getting into your network in the first place.
Just as criminals in the real world kidnap people until a ransom is paid, cyber criminals use ransomware to take your computer hostage until you pay them a large sum of money. And, of course, they may or may not even release your computer once you’ve paid.
We fight this with security software that stops ransomware in its tracks, and email security will help filter malicious emails from getting into your inbox in the first place.