Cybersecurity Services - Keep Your Company Data Secure

What is Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is a multi-layered approach to protect your Information Technology infrastructure, data, business applications, devices, networks, and business assets from cyberattacks. Efficient cybersecurity support services focus on protecting your network from internal & external attacks, employee breach prevention awareness training, cyber-attack simulations, business continuity planning, and testing.

We believe all this should be achieved without negatively impacting business operations and costing arm and leg. Cybercriminals come up with creative ideas to penetrate your network. The following are commonly used tricks to attack a network.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Do data and network security keep you anxious? Properly planned and implemented security tools can keep your business safe, not cause a negative impact on employees’ productivity and certainly not break the bank.

Not one size fits all! Every organization has different cyber security, data protection, and business continuity needs. Rising ransomware and phishing attacks have made Cyber security a very critical part of IT and Information Security strategies.

Managed Cybersecurity Service Providers protect your infrastructure from being hacked, they monitor the logs of your network and discourage any activity that may breach your company’s critical data. Moreover, they reduce the risks of being sued or going out of business if your company got hacked or faces any breach.

The threat of ransomware, cyberattacks, and security breaches is high compared to the last decade. Cybercriminals are more active, and companies are not investing in cybersecurity. According to a recent study, “Average Cost of a Ransomware Breach was $4.54 Million”. A successful breach in our network may put you out of business for at least for few days if not permanently. That is why you need a managed cybersecurity service provider.

The best defense is to prevent damage before the attack occurs. Finding a cybersecurity expert after a cyber attack is too late in the game. A cyber security provider can help you identify vulnerabilities, and prepare and implement a plan to mitigate them. Prevention is much cheaper than recovery from a network breach.

Companies without such partners go out of business, lose a lot of money, lose the reputation and trust of clients, or face many lawsuits when they get hit by a cyberattack. When you hire a cybersecurity firm, the risk of going out of the business or being sued reduces significantly. The service providers proactively protect your company data and in case you got hacked, they put you back in business in a relatively shorter timeframe.

You can do it in 7 simple steps.

  1. Be sure about what you need or get help from a consultant before deciding
  2. Do thorough market research, check for reviews, and customer feedback, and then shortlist the best to interview.
  3. Interview their team and meet & greet the immediate response team to evaluate their capabilities.
  4. Try to get a solution specially tailored to your needs.
  5. Closely observe the reporting of the service provider.
  6. Discuss their vision of how they will handle your infrastructure security and what steps will they take to prevent successful cyber attacks.
  7. Finally, choose the best one that clears most of the above suggestions and does not break the bank.

Level 1 – Minimal Protection

Level 1 of cyber security protection applies to SMBs operating in non-regulated industries having strictly limited financial resources.

Level 2 – Advanced Protection

Level 2 cyber security makes sure the protection of the corporate network from non-targeted attacks such as malware sending to a range of email addresses, spoofing attacks, and spamming.

Level 3 – Maximal Protection

Finally, Level 3 cybersecurity ensures the protection to a corporate network from targeted attacks. This typical type of protection includes protection from spear phishing, advanced malware attacks, and specifically developed campaigns against a particular organization.

Yes, they natively monitor cloud environments and track the logs to see if something weird happening.

1. Passive

Passive organizations are those who merely invest in cybersecurity and do not consider it as important till they fall prey to cyber criminals and pay a lot of amount as a ransom or penalties resulting from lawsuits.

2. Reactive

Reactive organizations are those who delegate their responsibility to IT Teams and just show a little bit of interest in processes and review policies once in a while. They do not invest in the future rather just focus on the breaches that were just avoided.

3. Proactive

Proactive organizations invest in the future rather whereas reactive organizations just deal with current or previous cyber-attacks. This way, they plan for a better organizational future by making sure the best possible security plan is in place.

4. Progressive

Progressive organizations are those where the C-suite deeply involves in cyber security issues/agendas/plans and takes the security of the company data very seriously. These organizations realize that they are under constant threat and need to be always ready to face any issue.

  1. Malware
  2. Emotet
  3. Denial of Service
  4. Man in the Middle
  5. Phishing
  6. SQL Injection
  7. Password Attacks

Employee Cybersecurity Education Programs

Computer users are the weakest link in cyber security attacks. With over 47 percent of security breaches caused by employee mistakes, a targeted employee cybersecurity educational program is one of the most important parts of a successful managed cybersecurity services plan.

GCS offers a Breach Prevention Awareness training program to its clients. Employees go through this computer-based training program at their own speed and schedule. Employees are expected to pass the test with an 80% score.

GCS sends 2-minute-long cyber security training videos each week to keep employees abreast of current security threats. Our system is able to identify employees who may cause cyber breaches and need training. Education covers topics such as

  • Password protection
  • Recognizing Personally Identifiable information. (PII)
  • Two-step authentication programs
  • Limiting access to sensitive data to only those who need it
  • Phishing and email awareness programs
  • Recognizing suspicious links, domains, and emails
  • Knowing how to report suspicious links or emails
  • Recognizing social engineering and impersonation attacks
  • Recognizing malverting & spamming attacks

Why GCS For Managed Cybersecurity Services?

1. Get rid of Security Headaches

Do data and network security keep you anxious? Properly planned and implemented security tools can keep your business safe, not cause a negative impact on employees’ productivity and certainly not break the bank.

Not one size fits all! Every organization has different cyber security, data protection, and business continuity needs. Rising ransomware and phishing attacks have made Cyber security a very critical part of IT and Information Security strategies.

2. Expert Cyber Security Engineers

GCS has a trained and experienced group of cyber security engineers. We have developed a cyber security framework using NIST CIF 800 and ISO 27001. All businesses need cyber security and data protection. However, the cyber security sophistication level required for a financial institution is a lot more complex than a law office or a construction company. Our engineers follow a system to recommend and implement appropriate security protections and protocols.

3. Security should not Hinder Productivity

Implementation of cyber security protocols should not create unnecessary hardship for employees but at the same time ensure proper protection from cyber criminals, ransomware attacks, and security incidents.

4. Security should be Affordable

We understand that small businesses do not have unlimited budgets to spend on network and cyber security. GCS specializes in assessing client requirements, planning, implementing, auditing, monitoring, and managing the information technology infrastructure of our clients. We develop an Information Security strategy with a multiyear budget for clients to approve before implementing it.

Following is a short list of Cyber Security Services that GCS provides in Chicago, IL, and nearby suburbs.:

1. Cybersecurity awareness training
2. Managed Next Generation Firewall
3. Mock Phishing attacks followed by a report
4. Patch Management
5. Anti-virus, Next Generation EDR

6. Vulnerability scanning with remediation recommendations
7. Network and Cloud assets monitoring
8. Intrusion Detection Systems & IPS
9. Email security
10. Backup and Disaster Recovery with periodic testing

Skokie Location

5152 Main Street
Skokie, IL 60077
Tel: (847) 763 0763
Fax: (847) 763 1308

Chicago Location

77 W Washington St
Chicago, IL 60602-2803
Tel: (312) 739 2427
Fax: (847) 763 1308

Glenview Location

4725 Locust Ave
Glenview, IL 60025
Tel: (847) 972 2062
Fax: (847) 972 2090

Dallas Location

9330 LBJ Freeway Suite 900
Dallas, TX 75243
Tel: (972) 214 2373
Fax: (972) 666 4289

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