Avosec’s new security operations centre ensures users have 360-degree cyber security protection

 

(London, UK) July 13, 2020: COVID-19 has brought change to every aspect of life. Businesses are closed, staff are working remotely, and the global economy has slowed significantly. While many business sectors have slowed down, one sector is busier than ever – cyber crimes. In the last week of March alone, Microsoft reported more than 110,000 phishing attacks on businesses and offices. As well as focusing on their core services and products, businesses are being tasked with implementing new health and safety measures, managing remote workforces and navigating government loan programs, it’s no wonder that for many, cyber security has taken a back seat, leaving companies vulnerable to data breaches as well as serious cyber attacks.

Avosec, a European leader in managed IT services, is launching a new security operations centre (SOC) for end user clients. While the company has focused its working relationships on large organizations and businesses in the past, it is now bringing the security and convenience of its premium cyber security protection to small businesses, software resellers and computer support companies. The new service is dedicated to covering all aspects of business security needs including managed anti-virus protection, email and content filtering, and disaster recovery. Clients will have access to leading edge cyber security protection and effortless one-on-one IT helpdesk support when needed.

The online security and IT experts at Avosec encounter a sense of complacency amongst network end users on a daily basis. Perhaps out of a mistaken sense that their business won’t be targeted, or that they are too small to afford professional cyber security, most small businesses will only think about security after a phishing or cyber attack has happened and their network, customer information, and work product have been compromised. Avosec CEO explains why businesses need to be proactive with their cyber security and data recovery planning.

“With businesses suffering so much down time already, being taken offline or having to deal with privacy breaches is the last thing that companies need,” explains James Norris, CEO of Avosec. “The new SOC service being offered by Avosec will provide clients with anti-virus, content filtering and patch management services and will go a step further into fully managed backup and disaster recovery assistance. Clients will have the assurance of knowing their network, online activities and email systems are fully protected, while never having to do any of the technical work themselves.”

Avosec’s new SOC service launches this week. With offices in London, England, Sofia, Bulgaria and Pune, India, Avosec has the resources and staff to provide support and monitor cyber security for its clients around the clock. For more information or to connect with the IT security experts at Avosec, please visit www.avosecmsp.com.