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Cyber Security NYC

Securing the Best of the Best

In New York, where technology is integral to every aspect of life, keeping data safe is a top priority for businesses and individuals alike.

Recognizing this need, the Nexus EDR Singularity Platform stands out as a key solution in New York’s cyber security sector.

This platform is specially designed to protect a variety of digital assets, such as cloud data, personal user information, company workstations, and mobile devices. Its advanced capabilities allow it to respond quickly and effectively to cyber threats that are constantly changing and emerging.

What makes this platform unique is its ability to make smart, relevant decisions on its own, at a speed that matches the fast-paced New York environment, all without needing a person to oversee every step.

This approach to cyber security offers New York businesses a robust defense mechanism, ensuring their data remains secure in today’s digital age.

  • Real-Time Resolution
    Block and remediate advanced attacks autonomously.
  • Stay One Step Ahead
    Drive Risk Reduction and Efficiency with our tools.

Our approach on security.

In today’s world, cyber security threats are constantly changing and becoming more complex. Businesses are facing new types of cyber risks that affect everything from individual computers and mobile devices to entire networks and cloud-based systems.

To keep up with these challenges, it’s important for companies to use specialized cyber security solutions.

These solutions are designed to target and protect against specific types of threats, ensuring that every part of a business’s digital environment is secure.

By choosing the right protection for each area – whether it’s a device, a network, or cloud storage – businesses can effectively defend themselves against the wide range of cyber security threats they face in our modern digital landscape.

  • Compliance
    Complete review and reporting, making sure you follow imposed IT guidelines. HIPPA, SEC
  • Data Loss Prevention
    Ensure that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users.
  • Penetration Testing
    Evaluate the strength of your company’s infrastructure by revealing vulnerabilities and effectively helping you manage those weaknesses.
  • Phishing Testing + Prevention
    We test your users to see who is the most vulnerable. Provide a detailed report and train users that failed the test.

Enter common-sense cyber security.

Cyber security in New York doesn’t have to be complicated. By taking some simple yet effective steps, your business can be well-protected against online threats. With the help of a knowledgeable IT team, these measures are straightforward to put in place.

Some common-sense solutions we provide are:

  • Keep Software Up to Date: Regularly update your systems. This means getting the latest patches and updates quickly, which helps protect against new threats.
  • Use Two-Factor Authentication: Add an extra layer of security when logging in. This could be a code sent to your phone or a fingerprint scan, making it harder for unauthorized people to access your accounts.
  • Smart Email and Firewall Settings: Block communications from countries where you don’t do business. This reduces the chance of getting harmful emails or cyber attacks from those regions.

There is no need to overcomplicate it: following the basics laws of a powerful cyber security strategy framework.

For New York companies looking to check how well these practices are being applied, we offer detailed audits. Get in touch to ensure your business is as secure as it can be in the digital world.


Network penetration testing is a security test where experts try to hack into an organization’s computer network to find vulnerabilities and weaknesses. It’s like a “mock” hack to see if a hacker could get in and cause damage. The goal is to identify any problems and fix them before a real hacker can take advantage. It’s basically a way to check the security of an organization’s network.

Did you Know?

91% of cyber attacks
start with an email.

Email attacks are getting more complex and dangerous.

Today’s email threats are more clever than ever, often tricking even the smartest security systems. To keep your business and its data safe, it’s important to be one step ahead of these cybercriminals through robust cyber security measures.

To protect against serious threats like ransomware (which locks your data until you pay a ransom) and email impersonation (where someone pretends to be a trusted person in an email), it’s not enough to just guard your email inbox. You also need to secure everything related to your emails – this includes the places where your data is stored and the ways your team accesses and uses this data, all integral parts of your overall cyber security strategy.

By making sure every part of your email system is well-protected, you create a strong cyber security defense against these tricky and constantly changing threats. This approach doesn’t just keep your emails safe; it protects all the information and interactions connected to them.

Our email security services can:

  • Block unwanted or malicious senders by location and domain
  • Catch anyone impersonating your executives, employees
  • Mitigate phishing attacks
  • Strip dangerous attachments, malicious links
  • Provide email legal hold for up to 7 years
Frequently Asked Questions

Endpoint detection and response (EDR), also known as endpoint threat detection and response (ETDR), is an integrated endpoint security solution that combines real-time continuous monitoring and collection of endpoint data with rules-based automated response and analysis capabilities. The term was suggested by Anton Chuvakin at Gartner to describe emerging security systems that detect and investigate suspicious activities on hosts and endpoints, employing a high degree of automation to enable security teams to quickly identify and respond to threats.

The primary functions of an EDR security system are to:

  • Monitor and collect activity data from endpoints that could indicate a threat
  • Analyze this data to identify threat patterns
  • Automatically respond to identified threats to remove or contain them, and notify security personnel
  • Forensics and analysis tools to research identified threats and search for suspicious activities

According to analyst firm Gartner, Extended Detection and Response (XDR) is “a SaaS-based, vendor-specific, security threat detection and incident response tool that natively integrates multiple security products into a cohesive security operations system that unifies all licensed components.”

XDR enables an enterprise to go beyond typical detective controls by providing a holistic and yet simpler view of threats across the entire technology landscape. XDR delivers real-time actionable threat information to security operations for better, faster outcomes.

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) primary advantages are:

  • Improved protection, detection, and response capabilities
  • Improved productivity of operational security personnel
  • Lower total cost of ownership for effective detection and response of security threats

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a set of tools and processes used to ensure that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users. DLP software classifies regulated, confidential and business critical data and identifies violations of policies defined by organizations or within a predefined policy pack, typically driven by regulatory compliance such as HIPAA, PCI-DSS, or GDPR. Once those violations are identified, DLP enforces remediation with alerts, encryption, and other protective actions to prevent end users from accidentally or maliciously sharing data that could put the organization at risk. Data loss prevention software and tools monitor and control endpoint activities, filter data streams on corporate networks, and monitor data in the cloud to protect data at rest, in motion, and in use. DLP also provides reporting to meet compliance and auditing requirements and identify areas of weakness and anomalies for forensics and incident response.

Data compliance is the practice of following regulations set forth by corporate governance, industry organizations, and governments. These regulations set forth protocols for how sensitive data is collected, used, stored, and managed, among other requirements. Many data compliance requirements are related to data governance and data security protections.

Email security is the practice of protecting email accounts and communications from unauthorized access, loss, or compromise. Organizations can enhance their email security posture by establishing policies and using tools to protect against malicious threats such as malware, spam, and phishing attacks.

1. Lack of Comprehensive Protection

When you use a free antivirus program, you’re only getting a basic level of protection for your computer. If you need a strong firewall or the most advanced anti-malware, you aren’t going to get it with a free program.

Free antivirus programs typically provide your computer with a limited type of protection, or they only detect certain types of threats. You may be able to combine multiple free programs for more complete protection, but this is inconvenient and will slow your system down.

2. Frequent Upgrade Prompts

Companies that offer free antivirus programs almost always also have paid antivirus programs available, which are often upgraded versions of the free software. When you use a free antivirus, you can expect frequent prompts telling you how you should upgrade to the more advanced program for better protection.

This may seem like a minor issue, but it gets old to see upgrade prompts every day. You also need to make sure that your free antivirus isn’t just a free trial offer that is going to expire after a certain time period.

3. Numerous Ads

Closely related to upgrade prompts is the number of ads that you will see when you use a free antivirus. The company that offers the free antivirus still needs to make money, and one of the ways it will do this is through advertising.

While these ads may not be as intrusive as upgrade prompts, they still affect the user experience. They could end up getting in the way while you use the antivirus program, and if those ads are slowing you down, you need to ask yourself if it’s worth it to upgrade to save time.

4. Lack of Customer Support

If you use a free antivirus program, it stands to reason that there won’t be much customer support available – after all, why would a company offer support to people who haven’t even purchased its product? The amount of support available when you use a free antivirus will depend on the manufacturer, but in many cases, your only support will be online forums and knowledge bases.

Again, you need to think about the value of your own time in comparison to the cost of an antivirus program. Is it worth your time to search online for answers to your questions, instead of paying a small monthly fee and gaining access to personal support? You may find that you don’t need much support, in which case this isn’t an issue, but you may also end up wasting quite a bit of time on questions that could be answered with a single phone call, email, or live chat inquiry.

5. Inferior Scanning Performance

In all fairness, the difference in virus scanning between free and paid programs isn’t huge, and manufacturers don’t “dumb down” their free programs, so they provide lesser performance. Manufacturers do their best on their free programs, but tests have shown that paid programs catch a slightly higher percentage of viruses.

While the difference in scanning ability may be slight, keep in mind the amount of threats that are out there and how often you scan your PC for viruses. Over the course of a year, that slight difference could result in many viruses slipping through the cracks because you chose a free program.

6. Slower Scans

Just like free antivirus programs aren’t quite as effective as catching viruses as their paid counterparts, they also aren’t as fast when it comes to scanning. It’s not a major difference, but you can expect free programs to work a bit slower than paid programs.

Since your antivirus uses some of your computer’s RAM while it’s operating, it may slow down your computer while in use. If you often use your computer for memory-intensive tasks, such as gaming or video editing, you’ll want an antivirus that scans as quickly as possible, and for that, you need a paid program.

7. Sharing Your Data

Is your free antivirus program sharing your data? It’s likely, but to be sure, you need to read the fine print in the terms and conditions. This is another way that the manufacturer of the free antivirus program makes money.

Manufacturers can share your data if you use a paid program, too, but it’s more likely that there will be an option to opt-out of this. If you choose a free program, you may not have a say in the matter.

Choosing an Antivirus

Considering how affordable antivirus programs are, it doesn’t make sense to choose a free program just to save a bit of money. There are just too many disadvantages of a free antivirus program.

You can get high-quality, reasonably priced protection for your computer through AVG CloudCare. It offers a free trial period, so you can see how it works and what it offers before you commit. Give it a try, so you don’t need to deal with the many drawbacks that accompany free antivirus software.

If you don’t find your answer, feel free to give us a call 646-651-4011