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IT Security Training
No matter how much technology is invested in security, without adequate training your organisation is still vulnerable. Human factor is always key.
We will help you to create a Business Continuity Plan and a Disaster Recovery Plan as appropriate, so when the worst happens your business will survive.
We offer a service to monitor 24/7 your web servers in order to find outdated vulnerable software. We’ll notify you within the hour of known vulnerabilities and recommend your technical staff to upgrade as appropriate.
IT Security, uncomplicated
At Metaluxo we know how difficult is to run a small business. That is why we offer professional solutions that meet the specified time and budget. Your success is our success, and that is why we aim to provide IT Security solutions that are uncomplicated and using cloud services and automation as most as possible. Our clients are startups and small organisations which are dynamic, have little politics and are looking for an improvement in the security area.
That is why we don't have retention fees or hidden costs. In many cases we will show you the way to implement an IT security strategy and your team will implement, grow and continue the work.
Investing now in information security is easier than ever. Drop us a line today for an obligation-free conversation.
Latest Security News
The majority of the UK voted to leave the European Union last week. In addition to all political and economic impact that follows Brexit, there is a question about how Information Security and Data Privacy will be affected. Amid the chaos, there is good news in this field: most likely EU data protection will still apply. Read more about Brexit and the impact on Data Security and Privacy[…]
The recent news that banks in Bangladesh and Vietnam have been successfully hacked is a concerning fact about the level of IT Security in financial services. SWIFT has warned its 11,000 members worldwide about the recent incidents, which allowed hackers to transfer more than a million Euros from TPBank in Vietnam. It seems the malware Read more about Is the global banking system being hacked?[…]
Tim Cook refusal to comply with the US Government demand to weaken its security has created such a turmoil on internet. During the investigation of the San Bernardino terror case, the FBI recovered iPhones from the murderers which are encrypted and its information inaccessible. Therefore now they’re asking to create a new version of iOS which Read more about An Apple backdoor is too dangerous to create[…]
A few days ago the US Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council issued a warning for banks that they should expect ransomware to grow in the following months. Despite the fact that financial institutions are one of the sectors that invest the most in cybersecurity, it seems ransomware is increasing in numbers. Just in case, you really haven’t Read more about Holding your data hostage[…]
One common misconception in many industries is that “our data is of no interest to hackers”. While it is true that certain data might have no much monetary value, in general, personally identifiable information is a gold mine for hackers and should be protected accordingly. On Friday, the Hong Kong-based telephone and toy maker Read more about No industry is safe from hacking[…]
High-profile hacking events this years is not only directly costing million of Euros to the affected companies, it is also affecting the rest of us. Reuters recently published an article stating that cyber-insurance premiums are on the rise to the point that some companies are struggling to find the money to buy appropriate coverage. Insurance companies are Read more about Cyber-insurance is getting more costly[…]
In the IT Security circles, DNS has been a hot topic for quite a long time. The fundamental problem is that the entire Internet relies on the DNS, the phonebook of the internet. Back in the early 1980’s when DNS was being created, security was not a priority and it has remained an unauthenticated database Read more about Protecting your domain from DNS spoofing[…]
Recently I received my invitation to test Let’s Encrypt, a project to create a free, open, automated Certificate Authority. Although the project itself might not have caught many headlines, this promises to be a game-changer for the industry. Firstly, they already passed the stage of a nice, cool idea and are moving into the real world, they received a cross-signature Read more about An open, free Certificate Authority[…]
Last week was quite a tough one for TalkTalk in the UK. It seems high-profile hacking is getting commonplace and not many sign of improvement. However, more than dwelling on the staggering fact that 4 million records were stolen, what is becoming more appalling is the management of the incident and the lack of transparency. TalkTalk Read more about TalkTalk hacking, the story hasn’t ended yet[…]
Here at Metaluxo we prepared a free booklet with an essential guide to cyber-security in Small and Medium Enterprises. IT Security for Small and Medium Enterprises | Free Download (PDF 1.5MB)