Managed Security Chicago

Secure IT is our security solutions that embraces the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Framework, providing your business with a unique roadmap to protect and react to cybercrime.

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Network Security for Businesses

“The biggest problem in incident response is understanding how the business is using its servers, its data, and who has access.”

Secure IT
assists in protecting the data and integrity of computing assets belonging to or connecting to an organization’s network. Its purpose is to defend those assets against all threat actors throughout the entire life cycle of a cyber attack.

The statistics are alarming…

  • There is a new hack every 39 seconds.
  • Over 300,000 new Malware are created every day.
  • The average cost of a consume account on the dark web is only $1.
  • Over 92% of all breaches start with a Phishing email.
  • The average cost to a business to recover from a breach is $3.9 million dollars.
  • It takes an average of 6 months just to identify a breach.
  • 95% of all hacks come from human error.
Managed Security Solutions

With Secure IT, we’ve combined our fundamental services to create a comprehensive solution for your business’s cybersecurity needs. Our bundled security services operate as an efficient and affordable security option.

Secure IT Advantages

Webroot AV Licensing

Protects business endpoints and networks connected to the world.

Dark Web Monitoring

Monitor the dark web and receive notifications if your information is found online.

Perch Threat Protection

Co-managed threat detection and response backed by an in-house Security Operations Center.

NIST Framework

 Designed to improve your businesses ability to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber attacks

What is the NIST Framework?

Back in 2013 U.S. President Barack Obama signed Executive Order (EO) 13636. The EO spoke to the nations vulnerable infrastructure and the need for a proactive cybersecurity framework for the private sector to embrace and the public sector to follow. A contract was awarded to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and a year later, in 2014, the organization released a 41-page introduction to their framework. The Framework presents industry standards, guidelines, and practices in a manner that allows for communication of cybersecurity activities and outcomes across the organization from the executive level to the implementation level. The Framework Core consists of five concurrent and continuous functions— Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover. When considered together, these Functions provide a high-level, strategic view of the lifecycle of an organization’s management of cybersecurity risk.