Timus deploys the latest technology to protect
both users and the network against nefarious
Timus scans for malware across the
web and within the company network,
actively detecting and blocking suspicious
code and software before it’s too late.
The Timus platform gives broad visibility into
traffic flows, identities, and users activities,
quickly detecting and blocking suspicious
behavior and actors.
Timus uses AES-256 encryption, and is SOC 2 Type 2 and ISO 27001 compliant.
Hackers deploy a plethora of different tactics. The majority of hacker attacks are financially motivated which is why ransomware attacks are some of the most prevalent types of cybersecurity incidents. In ransomware attacks, hackers encrypt your data and hold it for ransom. Hackers are able to deploy a ransomware attack by using tactics like phishing, vishing, or other forms of social engineering where the user is duped into revealing sensitive information or giving up their
One of the best ways to protect your company and data from hackers is by deploying a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution. ZTNA will enhance company security against hacker attacks. By verifying user identities and device trust levels before granting access, reducing the attack surface significantly. ZTNA solutions like Timus offer granular access control, continuous monitoring, and least-privilege principles, ensuring that only authorized users and devices can access y
To keep your team safe from hacking during their travels, consider using a Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) solution. ZTNA works by checking user identities and device trust levels to grant secure access to company resources. With a ZTNA solution in place, your employees can connect from anywhere, knowing their access is closely monitored and protected by strong authentication regardless of whether they are using a laptop or a phone.