All Clarity Secure Plans include an IT Security Agent. We believe in providing every client with Managed Antivirus, Anti-malware and Web filtering tools. It’s another layer of security on your server.
Businesses are constantly facing cyber attacks ranging from malware, ransomware, viruses, phishing and more. Meaning, securing your networks, data and servers is critical. That’s where having an effective prevention system in place can ensure you stay online.
In other words, your business needs all the protection it can get. Clarity works with leading cybersecurity and IT security vendors to develop the right IT security agent solution for you.
An IT Security Agent safeguards your networks and systems from cyber attacks by deploying security agents that defend against the spread of attacks. From locking down and protecting your enterprise, providing real time insights into what is happening across your systems as well as patching your vulnerabilities on your OS and applications, the moment a threat is detected.
Who needs this solution?
Every business needs an IT Security Agent. If you have a server that’s connected to the Internet, a public facing application or remote workers, then you need it. Which is why all Clarity Secure Plans include it.
Why does a business need this solution?
Everyday businesses are faced with a new type of cyber attack. Just patching and doing basic updates isn’t enough. To combat these attacks, you need a security tool that proactively addresses any threats. Antivirus, Anti-malware and Web Filtering add another layer of security.
For example, if a piece of malware gets into your system, as the malware tries attacking your system, the agent neutralizes it and alerts your network administrator. It proactively responds to threats.
Benefits of Clarity’s IT Security Agent
Keeping your server, your networks and your data protected.
Managed Antivirus, Anti-malware and Web Filtering.
OS system updates and server patching such as Native Windows Critical Updates.
Proactive Third-Party application patching such as Adobe and Java.
Automated server maintenance and OS hardening.
Host and capacity monitoring of CPU, RAM use and disk space storage.
System alerts and reports that enable proactive and efficient response times to a threat.