Managed IT Security Services

In today's digital landscape, it is imperative for every business to pay due attention to its information infrastructure and security measures.

Information security management services provided by Logisek

Logisek provides comprehensive services and solutions for IT security, guarding against the escalating risk of cyber-attacks.


As cybercrime rates persistently rising, businesses face growing perils from malware, spyware, and hacking attempts, all of which pose a significant risk to their operational integrity, reputation, and customer trust.


Here at Logisek, our mission is to safeguard your corporate network, systems, and data from any intrusion by cybercriminals.

In the era of technological advancement, it’s vital for businesses not to overlook their information infrastructure or security. The security of the information infrastructure is no longer just a procedural matter or a one-time checkpoint for businesses. It is an ongoing effort that should be integrated into your overall business strategy continuously.

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Keep Your Network Safe

We categorize the components of Managed IT security to ensure your digital environment remains secure.

Perimeter Network Security
Next-Generation Firewall

Firewalls serve as the initial protective barrier for your organization, thwarting cyber-attacks. Their main function is to scrutinize and regulate incoming and outgoing traffic, guided by predefined security policies. This establishes a robust defense between your trusted network and potential external threats. Logisek has extensive experience in deploying both physical and virtual firewalls, tailored to your company's specific security needs.

Web Application Firewall

A Web Application Firewall (WAF) is designed to safeguard web applications by monitoring and filtering HTTP/HTTPS traffic between a web application and the Internet. It is particularly effective against attacks like, but not limeted to cross-site forgery, cross-site-scripting (XSS), file inclusion, and SQL injection. A WAF is a protocol layer 7 defense, and is not designed to defend off all types of attacks. Rather, it forms part of a holistic suite of tools aimed at mitigating a variety of attack vectors. Logisek has extensive experience in deploying both physical and virtual web application firewalls, custom-fit to your company's unique security needs.

IDS/IPS Management System Service

Signature-based security systems form a critical component of your business's defense mechanism against cybercriminals. While they may not provide protection against all threat types, they are part of a broader security framework that, when combined, offers a holistic defense against various attack vectors. In today's context, utilizing systems that monitor the interaction and behavior between networks and endpoints has become an essential added layer of protection to ensure comprehensive data security.

Web Filtering Services

Web filtering services act as a shield, preventing access to malicious websites, suspicious IP addresses, and inappropriate content from your business network. They can also restrict access to websites that may negatively impact workplace productivity. This process ensures that user internet access undergoes constant monitoring and control, adhering to predetermined security policies. At Logisek, we offer web filtering solutions aimed at preserving the integrity of your business from potential threats.

Managed Security

Create your own defense against the most advanced and persistent cyber threats.

Visibility is the key to protecting your business from the threat of advanced cyber-attacks. As your systems, tools, and applications expand into a hybrid environment, your security teams often face challenges in detecting and addressing threats.

Endpoint Security refers to the strategy of safeguarding the entry points or end-user devices of your business, such as servers, laptops, and mobile devices. These endpoints often represent vulnerable targets for cybercriminals.

Through the implementation of robust endpoint management tools, including Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), you can reinforce the security of these devices, thereby fortifying your overall infrastructure.

Ransomware is a form of cyber-attack that encrypts your business's devices or data, blocking your access and demanding a ransom for its restoration. It can spread through malicious email attachments, advertisements, or even more specialized techniques such as spear phishing.

Anti-ransomware software proactively scans your device for malicious activity, offering protection from such attacks. In case of suspicious activity, the software automatically interrupts the attempt to encrypt your data and isolates the affected device, preventing further spread of the threat.

Your network serves as the backbone supporting your business-critical systems. As such, ensuring its protection and security is of paramount importance. Logisek's multi-layered cyber network security strategy guarantees that each layer is equipped with specific controls devised to defend against breaches and intrusions.

Our security experts at Logisek are consistently updated on the latest trends and threats that pose risks to businesses today. Leveraging this expertise, we maintain constant vigilance over your network infrastructure, identifying vulnerabilities and detecting threats before they escalate into significant damage.

Your business handles numerous credentials across various services, accounts, and users on a daily basis. The rising number of unmanaged passwords correlates with an increased threat of data breaches. By establishing a secure, identity-driven environment, you can not only protect sensitive information but also enhance your employees efficiency.

Logisek offers a suite of identity and access management security solutions that provide you with the necessary control to secure your applications and networks, facilitating a more productive and safe workplace.

Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) mitigates the risk of unauthorized access to your crucial systems by obliging users to present at least two factors of authentication to verify their identity.

This method offers a layered defense strategy, making it progressively challenging for an attacker to breach your company's resources. Even if one authentication factor is compromised, the attacker would still face another obstacle. At Logisek, we prioritize your security and provide MFA solutions that frequently surpass your organization's security needs.

"At Logisek, we diligently monitor your network around the clock, every day of the week. Our proactive approach guarantees that potential threats, including system failures, are detected before they can affect your business operations and productivity.

This strategy is also crucial in addressing minor issues before they escalate into serious emergencies. Our team of network monitoring experts is always on standby to promptly respond to any reported threats or concerns, enabling you to concentrate on your primary objective - the success of your business.

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a collection of integrated log management and monitoring tools designed to help organizations identify targeted attacks and data breaches. SIEM systems compile and analyze log event data from various sources, including devices, infrastructure, systems, and applications, to detect unusual activity within networks. When abnormal behavior is detected, an alert is generated for further investigation.

Given the rapid evolution of the threat landscape, real-time threat monitoring, which provides visibility into security events within your organization's network, has become an essential line of defense.

Security Patching is an essential service that conducts active scans of your network environment to identify devices that lack crucial operating system and software updates. Devices without these patches are highly susceptible to exploits, making timely patching a vital aspect of your organization's security.

At Logisek, we handle all aspects of your security patching requirements for Windows, Mac, and Linux to ensure a smooth deployment. In order to ensure system-wide compatibility with patching, we go the extra mile to determine which proposed patches are deemed critical and stable before their deployment.

Cybercriminals are constantly devising methods to steal sensitive information such as credentials and credit card numbers. This sensitive data often finds its way to the black market on the dark web, compromising the security of your employees and your organization.

Logisek provides a comprehensive report outlining all past breaches your users have been exposed to and will identify the security measures needed to safeguard their identities and company applications in the future. Logisek's managed credential leakage detection service is a cost-effective digital risk monitoring service, which gives your business the peace of mind that your data remains shielded from unauthorized access.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a service that guarantees the protection of your organization's vital data from unauthorized access. When effectively implemented, DLP safeguards your data by preventing internal users from inadvertently exposing sensitive information to users outside your company network. DLP monitors and hinders unauthorized use of your organization's data whether it's in transit, at rest, or in use.

With Logisek's sophisticated DLP solutions, we equip your business with the strategic tools necessary to maintain your data's security while also ensuring the whereabouts of your data are always traceable.

Security Awareness
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With phishing attacks on the rise, it’s important that your employees stay up-to-date with the latest cyber threats and social engineering techniques.

It’s crucial for your business users to learn how to recognize “red flags” and respond appropriately to prevent an attacker from gaining access to your information systems.

At Logisek, we use simulated phishing campaigns to provide your employees with real-life phishing attack scenarios while assessing their response and actions.

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Our users are the most vulnerable point of your cybersecurity.

90% of breaches are caused by user errors, so their training is of vital importance to the security of your business. It only takes one employee clicking a link to expose the entire business to risk.

Through cybersecurity awareness training, simulated phishing attacks, and end-user training, we ensure that your employees are able to recognize suspicious activities and prevent security incidents.

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Cyber-Risk Assessment & Framework

Achieve a comprehensive understanding of your organization’s risk profile.

Vulnerability Scanning
The objective of vulnerability scanning is to locate and underscore potential weaknesses within your business's systems, applications, network infrastructure, and procedures. This identification process is crucial in establishing a primary defense mechanism and providing vital insights for developing the most efficacious solutions to address these weaknesses. By conducting vulnerability scanning, your business can elevate its security measures, concurrently ensuring compliance with government-imposed security regulations and industry standards.
Continuous Threat Management
Vulnerability management is an essential process that involves the classification, ranking, and resolution of weak points within your company's information systems environment. With hundreds of new threats emerging every day, our vulnerability management services enable you to bolster your security and mitigate the risk of becoming a target of cyber-attacks. At Logisek, we prioritize your business's security by proactively detecting vulnerabilities and employing effective remediation techniques.
Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery
Business continuity and disaster recovery services safeguard your company's data, services, and overall information infrastructure, ensuring that they can be swiftly reinstated following a natural disaster or cyber attack. In the event of a disaster, businesses require a well-strategized plan for rapid data recovery and to expedite the restoration of their operations to full capacity.
Managed Cloud Backup
Human errors, hardware malfunctions, and malicious attacks are among the numerous reasons that necessitate the deployment of a dependable data backup solution for your business. By leveraging cloud technology, you can expediently recover your data. Our specialists at Logisek will ensure that your cloud backup strategy aligns seamlessly with your overarching business strategy, enabling you to restore your data and system configurations whenever required.
Email Security
Spam Filtering
Spam Filtering

Spam Filtering scrutinizes your company's bilateral email communications and identifies dubious activities in real-time to obstruct malicious emails from infiltrating your user's inbox. Given the escalating prevalence of email communications, phishing continues to be hackers method of choice to orchestrate their attacks. This could culminate in resource exploitation, data theft, monetary loss, and tarnishing of your business reputation. With Logisek's sophisticated spam-filtering solutions, your business communications undergo active surveillance for any suspicious activity, thereby fortifying your organization's security.

Email Encryption
Email Encryption

As email usage continues to surge, it becomes vital to shield this communication medium from unwanted scrutiny. Email Encryption assures that only the intended recipient can view the email and its attached content. The process encrypts emails to thwart interception by external and potentially harmful entities. At Logisek, we employ advanced email encryption technologies to guarantee that your organization's email communications are encrypted, hence remaining concealed from public exposure.

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Frequently Asked Questions about IT Managed Security Services

Network security is a broad term that refers to the policies, practices, and technologies implemented by organizations to safeguard their computer networks and data from unauthorized access, misuse, modification, or denial of network-accessible resources.

It involves a range of defensive measures designed to protect the integrity, confidentiality, and accessibility of a network and its data. These can include firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus software, encryption, and secure access controls.

Ultimately, the goal of network security is to ensure the secure operation of an organization's IT infrastructure, preventing or minimizing downtime due to security incidents and threats, while safeguarding sensitive information.

Yes! In fact, approximately 58% of data breaches occur in small businesses. Greece, in particular, is a country that boasts a large number of small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Alarmingly, two-thirds of these SMEs have experienced some form of cyberattack in the past 12 months! Why? Cybercriminals are constantly in search of targets that pose the least resistance - the path of least resistance.

Small businesses that operate under the assumption of "it won't happen to me" are an ideal target for these criminals. Even those small businesses that have virus protection software are at risk. An overwhelming 82% of those attacked reported that the malicious software was able to bypass their virus protection.

The reality is that no business, large or small, should consider itself safe. Take appropriate precautions and collaborate with BeProactive to protect your customers and your business.

The type of data stolen in a cyber attack can vary significantly depending on the attacker's goals, but often includes the following:

Personal Identifiable Information (PII): This includes data such as names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and birth dates. PII is often used in identity theft or sold on the dark web.

Financial Information: This encompasses credit card numbers, bank account details, and other information related to financial transactions. This data can be used for fraudulent purchases or for selling to other criminals.

Health Information: Medical records are a prime target due to their high value on the black market. They often contain a wealth of information, including medical histories, insurance information, and social security numbers.

Intellectual Property: For businesses, intellectual property such as trade secrets, patent applications, and strategic plans can be a prime target. The theft of this information can severely impact a company's competitive advantage.

Login Credentials: Usernames and passwords can give attackers access to accounts, which they can then use to carry out further attacks or steal more sensitive information.

Customer Data: For businesses, data related to customers can be targeted, including their personal details, purchase history, preferences, etc.

Employee Information: This can include social security numbers, home addresses, phone numbers, payroll information, and other personal details.

Any additional data: that could be used for corporate espionage by competitors within your industry. Regardless of your business's size, your data will always hold potential interest for someone.

It's crucial to protect all types of data, as any data breach can have serious consequences, both legally and in terms of a company's reputation.

Security is about prevention – it impedes cybercriminals from gaining access to your business, customer, and employee data.

Prevention equates to a layer of protection that safeguards your infrastructure and data. It also means peace of mind for your employees and customers, as they can be assured that the data and information they've shared with your business are secure. Some of this data is incredibly valuable – credit card details, medical information, billing data, and personal data, to name a few examples.

Lastly, it means that if an attack does occur, your business is prepared to quickly manage the situation and minimize the impact.

To obtain a quote for managed IT security services, you will need to get in touch with Logisek and arrange a free on-site meeting. A Logisek engineer will clarify and document all the necessary details, aiming to provide an effort and cost estimation for the management of IT security infrastructure.

The management of IT security infrastructure is typically included in a contract for managed IT services. However, Logisek can also enter into a contract for managing your IT security infrastructure without handling other parts of your infrastructure.

With every contract for managed IT security services, Logisek offers a free vulnerability assessment once a year for both your external and internal systems.

Partnered with the best Technology Vendors

Logisek partners with leading-edge information technology providers to architect robust and contemporary IT infrastructures tailored to our clients' needs.

No matter the complexities your IT department is presently grappling with, we assure you that we can efficiently manage and streamline them all within a span of just 90 days!
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