Joseph is our Director of Operations who keeps everything moving here at DDSystems. Keeping the team at DDSystems engaged, motivated, and delivering great service to our clients. We appreciate everything he does here and we would not be as great without him.
Tracy has been working as our Bookkeeper since September 2021. Since coming onboard, she’s had a positive impact on our critical finance functions (billing, collections, and payables). She has a wonderful attitude and is passionate about her work. She is always willing to step up on special projects and interface with customers. We very much appreciate her efforts and are very happy that she is apart of our team!!!
Your computer uses the Domain Name System (DNS) to direct you and your employees to the websites you wish to access. In this case, your computer contacts DNS servers to request the IP address associated with a website’s domain name and then uses the IP address to connect to the desired website or service.
Businesses can be vulnerable to DNS spoofing attacks, in which attackers redirect DNS traffic to fake or malicious sites. To protect against DNS spoofing, companies like yours choose to work with our team to provide Advanced Web Protection.
Advanced Web Protection is the process of securing DNS servers and clients from attacks.
Our Advanced Web Protection is a layer of security that complements and goes beyond traditional content filtering, antivirus, and firewalls. It helps keep your employees safe and productive as they browse the web by giving you granular control of the websites your employees can access. This improves overall security and workplace efficiency.
Some things Advanced Web Protection can do for you:
Set web-filtering policies
Determine website block lists
Create time and content-based browsing policies
Provision different web-filtering profiles for varying workplace roles
Employ AI and machine-learning technologies to go beyond simple website filtering and secure at a behavioral level
Some of the ways we use Advanced Web Protection to protect your web traffic are:
Configuring DNS servers to only accept queries from trusted sources
Using encryption and authentication for all communications between DNS servers and clients
Monitoring DNS traffic for suspicious activity
Advanced Web Protection is an effective way to improve the security of your business’ IT systems. By blocking malicious or unwanted traffic at the DNS level, you can minimize the threat of access to your systems and data by criminals. Advanced Web Protection is an effective way to improve the security of your business’ IT systems.
Some benefits of our Advanced Web Protection include:
Prevent data breaches by blocking malicious traffic before it reaches your systems
Improve system performance by reducing the amount of unwanted or malicious traffic that your systems have to process
Reduce the costs associated with cyber attacks by guarding against criminals looking to access your systems and data
For more information on how Advanced Web Protection can improve the security of your business’ IT systems, contact our team of cyber- security specialists for a no-obligation conversation.
Insurance helps a business like yours manage your exposure by providing financial payments to cover potential losses that you may not be able to afford if they should occur. This allows you to continue to operate when risk may be too great, as well as acting to soften financial burdens that could arise due to a covered event.
Cybersecurity insurance (or cyber insurance) provides coverage for losses due to cyber attacks, data breaches, or other tech-related risks.
Our team does not sell cyber insurance. However, we work with companies like yours to, provide consulting services that support you in navigating the IT systems and processes side of applying for cyber insurance, and in maintaning of those systems in line with the expectations of your insurers.
What can a typical cyber insurance policy cover? The costs associated with:
Post-threat event Investigations
Notifying customers about the exposure of PII, PHI or PAN
When you apply for cyber insurance, the underwriter may want information related to:
The individuals managing the IT and data for your business
Assessment audits performed by third parties on behalf of the insurer
Based on the insurer’s risk assessment of your business, the insurer they will propose a coverage limit. Often, the coverage starts at $1 million per occurrence or an aggregate per year limit. Depending on your business, this may or may not be enough. Our consultants can help you think through this and dozens of other variables.
Assisting you with the insurer’s request for information.
Assets (physical and data)
Current security controls
Previous cyber events
Prior cyber liability claims
Process and documentation
You still need IT specialists on your side after your new cyber insurance policy is signed.
Getting the policy is the easiest part of a very complex process. If needed, filing a claim is the hard part. Our team works to assist you in the following:
Maintaining your security controls in accordance with the policy you’ve signed
Implementing a recognized cyber security framework
Demonstrating due care to the insurer
Keeping documentation, audits, reports, and anything else that can prove things are as they should be