PROTECTING CORPORATE INFORMATION
Protecting company information is a prerequisite for ensuring the security of a company and its employees.

To protect against the disclosure of confidential documents and avoid financial losses, it's worth using DIS.works' corporate information protection service.

Information protection in corporate networks minimizes leakage risks of confidential and personal data of employees, clients, and partners.
PROTECTING CORPORATE
NETWORKS IS REQUIRED FOR
Companies and organizations with a complex structure.
For example, banks, government agencies, multinational corporations.
Businesses that use cloud-based e-document management software, online banking, and cash registers.
Monitoring a user's workstation
Checking all internal processes in use
THE INFORMATION PROTECTION SERVICE INCLUDES:
Filtering private device traffic
Data analysis
Protecting private data from attacks
CHECKING ALL INTERNAL PROCESSES IN USE
Application whitelisting
Controling app and driver usage
Controling a company's information security processes
WAYS TO SECURE CORPORATE DATA
To make you feel that your data stored in the company system is not disclosed to third parties, we protect against the following types of attacks:
Unauthorized access to sensitive data
Infections of personal computers with Trojans, viruses, worms
Breach of the company web site and personal pages on social networks
Black and gray promotion methods, spyware
Phishing attacks and Spam
Hacker attacks
The tools our company uses don't interfere with the functioning of information systems and data usage for authorized users. Also, our company fully meets the requirements to ensure information security and possesses the necessary certification.
CORPORATE DATA PROTECTION METHODS
Controling the transfer of data
Access rights management
Network bandwidth encryption
Session number management
Error detection
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WE PROTECT AGAINST:
ransomware and crypto-ransomware
spyware
network attacks and zero-day threats
WE FIX:
outdated software
forgotten open ports
low employee security awareness