ABERDEEN-based connectivity, security and data management solutions firm IFB has launched a new cyber security service designed to help businesses stay secure through the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Threat Intelligence Is designed to help organisations of all sizes – though specifically beneficial to SME’s – to identify vulnerabilities across their digital business estate anywhere in the world and provide real intelligence and action plans to remediate these quickly.
By scanning an organisation’s public facing environment, Threat Intelligence provides them with a view and insight into the view that a cybercriminal could be able to see.
IFB teams can then take this data and analyse it categorising the threat and ranking the potential risks.
Graeme Gordon, IFB chief executive, said: “Given that working habits have changed considerably in recent months and will likely remain this way for the foreseeable future, now is the time to start protecting remote workers, organisations and boards to understand any cyber threats on the horizon.
“IFB’s Threat Intelligence helps organisations be alert and understand these risks, translate these to be meaningful at a C-level as well as a technical level and ultimately help our customers stay secure through recommendation and supporting action,”