SGA Cyber Security helps organizations securely access public and private clouds while protecting critical data. We are independent cybersecurity advisors and can function as your virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO).

As firms move to the cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT) proliferates, the attack surface is increasing while threats are more sophisticated and persistent. Employees are embracing the cloud because of the benefits: business agility, device choice, collaboration, and minimal expense. Therefore, organizations need a cloud security plan driven by business requirements and risk tolerance focused on critical data protection.

Safely access the cloud safely and protect critical data using emerging technologies:

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) – Netskope helps you discover, understand, manage, and secure all cloud apps, sanctioned or unsanctioned, including Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Network Security – Vidder PrecisionAccess protects your business-critical applications anywhere—in the cloud, at the DMZ, and on-premise—by making them invisible.

Endpoint & AWS Security – Sophos Cloud protects, manages, and optionally encrypts, your devices/endpoints (Server, PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android, etc.) using their simple cloud console. Sophos Unified Threat Management (UTM) 9 is a complete security platform for Amazon Web Services (AWS)

NextGen Endpoint Security – CylanceProtect uses advanced mathematics to render malicious malware useless. The next generation antivirus solution.

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    Endpoint Security

    CylancePROTECT is the next generation of endpoint security product that effectively renders advanced threats useless.

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    Cloud App Security

    Netskope enables you to find, understand, and secure cloud apps in real-time and across any app.

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    Sophos Cloud & UTM 9

    Endpoint security for all devices. Protect AWS with UTM 9.

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    Network Access Control

    Vidder’s PrecisionAccess defeats all network-based attacks from unauthorized users and does it in a way that is transparent to authorized users.

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