Introducing Secure+ from ramsac: Keeping a watchful eye on your IT estate

We are thrilled to be launching secure+ our most significant product launch in over a decade.

Secure+ is a proactive cybersecurity monitoring service designed to hunt for signs of malicious activity or potential cyberbreach, ramsac then takes action to prevent damage from being done.

Every day, the various elements of your IT estate (including cloud services, Microsoft 365 and Azure instances, anti virus software, firewalls, servers etc) record thousands of items of data. Every time a change happens, when a user logs in, when a password is entered incorrectly, when a new rule is set up, when new permissions are added to a file or folder, when an attempt to pass through the firewall is made, it’s all captured.

All of these changes form literally millions of data points each and every month. The challenge for IT professionals, is that some of these data points contain the early indications of something untoward happening, but they are far too numerous to be looked at individually, and in the majority of cases, they just form noise – the majority of data points frankly mean nothing at all, they just reflect the every day legitimate actions of the users.

secure+ has been developed to apply state of the art technology that allows our cyber analysts to pinpoint the specific data points that might be cause for alarm. We use finely tuned, and constantly evolving artificial intelligence, to keep a 24/7 watchful eye on all of these millions of data points, and we pinpoint the few hundred that actually require investigation.

Once identified, our consultants investigate the relevant alert and either satisfy themselves that all is well, or they take immediate action to address the concern, contacting end users and locking down access if there’s a real risk of an imminent breach. And if a breach has just taken place, we keep the system safe whilst clearing down the event and preventing any further spread of the risk.

The problem with cyber crime, is that often the breach happens weeks or even months before the criminal then acts on the data they now have access to. So they establish access, and then may lie dormant for a while and the first sign of the breach happening, is when you realise someone is spoofing your email, or payments have been diverted to a false bank account.

secure+ goes beyond traditional IT support. We no longer have to wait to see what damage has been done. We can spot the malicious activity in the moment and take immediate action to keep your organisation safe.

Commenting on the launch Rob May, MD of ramsac said

secure+ is the biggest change we’ve introduced to our service portfolio since we launched our totalIT managed IT service. This state of the art service is the result of two years’ work and will put us in the position to help our clients be the most cyber secure organisations out there. I am really excited to be unveiling it to our clients on the 23rd February and for ramsac to lead the way in cybersecurity monitoring in IT managed service”.

Brochure: secure+ from ramsac

secure+ is a proactive cybersecurity monitoring service designed to hunt for signs of malicious activity or potential cyberbreach, ramsac then takes action to prevent damage from being done.

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