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"Changes take place in cyber security at rapid speeds. Hackers don't quit and new threats are being developed all the time. You must be able to keep up, identify the road blocks and navigate around them."

Jeff Shipley, CEO

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RAVENii - Leading Managed Security Service Provider
RAVENii solves today's most complex cyber security challenges for our clients by providing comprehensive, scalable network security for any size company's network. Our solutions and our team adapt to your data and infrastructure needs. RAVENii takes a proactive risk-based approach to pinpoint vulnerabilities. We target threats to your network security, the where, when, and how, and then apply risk-based remediation efforts. Threats are stopped before they reach your network.
Emergency IT Support
RAVENii is here when you need immediate Network Security help! Our team responds quickly in the event of Cyber Attack, Zero-Day Attacks, or any other threat to your network environment.
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Managed Services Include Malware Analysis
Managed services from RAVENii include continuous monitoring for suspicious malware. Malware analysis is the process of detecting potential threats within a file and preventing or mitigating the potential damage from embedded malware. The analysis is useful during and after an attack as well as for preventing them entirely.  When Malware Attacks While a malware attack is in progress, malware analysis identifies and classifies the malware as well as evaluates the potential damages, which tells security analysts how to respond.  After an incident, malware analysis can help security teams identify the source and determine the extent of the damage. It gives them insight into the behavior and methods of attack in the malware that helps them…
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Network Security Challenges In The Cloud
Network security has become a lot more complex since most organizations have adopted some form of a cloud-based environment. It is estimated that cloud spending will hit $500 billion this year. That’s up almost 20% from last year. As you move more applications and data to the cloud, the risk of a data breach increases. Three of the biggest threats to your network security are social engineering and human error, lack of access controls, and flat networks. 1. Social Engineering And Human Error The call is coming from inside the house! Research indicates that 95% of security breaches involve human error. This means that if you are not including security awareness training and phishing testing in your network security plan, you are effectively…
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Cyber Security: All About Multi-Factor Authentication
Cyber security begins and ends with users, so the ability to verify their identity is crucial to protecting your networks. Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA, requires each user to use more than a username and password for login. There are several types of MFA requiring a variety of verification factors, but they all fall into three main categories: knowledge, like a password or PIN; a possession, like a badge or a smartphone, or inherence, like voice recognition or fingerprints. Why do you need MFA? Though usernames and passwords are still valuable, they can be stolen by third parties and are vulnerable to brute force attacks. Compromised credentials are one of the biggest problems in the cyber security industry. Not only because they…