Below are examples of the free services we provide to charities.
We are happy to discuss other ways that we can help you defend your users, computers, networks, and data!
Protect Your Computers
What we do: Install free anti-virus software (AVG, WITHOUT their browser) on your computers.
Intent: Mitigate the risk that computers will be infected with viruses.
Notes: We are working to get a vendor to provide free, business/enterprise licenses through their charitable foundation.
What we do: Help you remove viruses from your computers.
Intent: Return your computers to a safe state.
Monitor Your Network
What we do: Configure your computers and/or router to use OpenDNS’ free DNS filtering.
Intent: Mitigate the risk that computers will go to malicious webpages.
What we do: Install a network tap and device running Security Onion
Intent: Attempt to identify potentially malicious activity on your network.
Notes: We do not yet, but hope to, provide real-time monitoring of these systems. Until then, we can periodically review activity and teach you what to look for.
What we do: Following a discussion about your operations, we provide recommended actions and plans, using the above tools to check for security issues, and/or help you reconfigure your systems.
Intent: Attempt to identify potential areas of improvement and fix them.
Secure Your Business
What we do: Conduct a consulting session around how you are currently, and may in the future, handle device patch and update management.
Intent: Ensure your devices are receiving necessary security updates
What we do: Conduct a consulting session around how you are currently, and may in the future, handle data backups.
Intent: Ensure your data are securely backed up, mitigating against its loss from device failure or hacking.
What we do: Conduct a consulting session around authentication management best practices.
Intent: Secure your authentication. e.g. Using 1Password to store passwords, two-factor authentication to protect access, and receive notifications if passwords have been exposed in a breach/hack, via Have I Been Pwned.