Your company has suffered a malicious cyber attack. The effect? Data breaches, negative publicity, damaged credibility, disruption of services, and costly remediation, to name a few. If this sounds like a nightmare you should know this a very real and persistent threat in our digital world today. Every day, thousands of businesses fall victim due to less-than-optimal security postures.
Security has always been at the heart of who we are. Every one of our deployed systems and methodologies is backed by a strict adherence to best security practices. By partnering with EAS, you can rest at night knowing your security doesn’t.
Antivirus software is perhaps the most well-known solution for protecting an endpoint from security threats. However,
EAS has you covered. We provide advanced endpoint security that goes far beyond the traditional antivirus scanners and creates a security perimeter around each device regardless of its location.
- Remote Management
- Application Control
- Advanced Heuristics
- Data Loss Prevention
- Advanced Host Firewall
- Peripheral Control
- Web Content Filtering
- Real-time Ransomware Exploit Prevention
Internet Edge Security
WWW: The Internet is the new Wild Wild West. In this lawless frontier, malware, ransomware, and hackers are the ruthless gunslingers lurking right outside your digital front door. Lucky for you, there is a new sheriff in town. EAS creates and maintains a secure perimeter defending your company from ever-evolving online threats.
- Next-Gen Firewalls
- Content Filtering
- VPN Solutions
- Email Security
- Malware Protection
- Intrusion Prevention Systems
Network Infrastructure Security
You rely on your network to keep your business processes moving. A malicious outbreak can bring your mission-critical traffic to a halt. EAS securely segments your internal data highways from Internet-based routes, prevents unauthorized access, and integrates all lines of defense under a unified network infrastructure.
- Device Hardening
- Network Access Control
- Network Segmentation
- VoIP Security
- Wireless Security
Risk Assessments & Regulatory Compliance
Good security practices aren’t always just a good idea – sometimes it’s required. Companies that neglect their federal or industry-specific obligations to protect their data can suffer massive financial losses. EAS can help you manage and mitigate these risks.
- NIST SP 800
Information security is only a part of the equation. Physical security works in conjunction with information security to achieve a common goal: protect your assets from all forms of weakness and threat. However, as modern surveillance and access control systems are IP-based, traditional engagements with security vendors usually require integration and coordination with existing IT providers. This, in turn, yields additional unplanned costs, longer times to implement, and in some cases redundant infrastructures.
EAS understands the bigger picture of security and uses a holistic approach to provide a one-stop-shop for “all things security”. Best of all, EAS has trusted consultants with top-level police and military security backgrounds to ensure your on-premise physical systems are deployed and maintained properly.
Once upon a time, low-res monochrome camera systems operating on analog technology represented the cutting-edge standard in security and monitoring for businesses everywhere.
Today, digital surveillance camera systems not only provide superior image quality but also capture and store more video than their analog predecessors did. Added intelligence can also alert you to predefined motion events and maintain the “eye in the sky” even when you aren’t actively engaged.
- Reduce Loss, Theft, & Vandalism
- Remote Monitoring
- Cost-effective & Scalable
- Distributed Intelligence
- Improved Employee Productivity
Door Access Controls
Traditional keys can easily get lost or fall into the wrong hands. Disgruntled employees can duplicate keys before they quit or are terminated. Lock rekeying after these events can be costly. Modern cloud-based access control systems remove these concerns by simply revoking or reissuing lost or stolen cards from a centrally controlled management interface
Additionally, the added flexibility of fine-grained access control allows for unique authorization and schedules for every employee, all while maintaining a detailed log of activities.
- Increased Security
- Easy Provisioning
- No Rekeying Expenses
- Unified Multi-location Access
- Simplify Employee Turnover
- Audit Trails