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Bay State I.T.

535 Albany Street Suite 2A
Boston, MA 02118

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Cyber Security

With increased reliance on cloud services and an ever growing number of threats, cybersecurity is more important than ever. Bay State IT deploys several services and applications that will strengthen your cybersecurity posture. These services and applications include but are not limited to:

Device encryption

NextGen Encryption changes the paradigm of data protection. Always-on encryption instead of the traditional file/folder encryption takes the burden of deciding what is important and what needs to be encrypted out of end user’s hands.

Mail security

Safeguard employee communication and reduce risk with targeted threat protection, data leak prevention, and enforced email security controls. Bay State I.T. adds a layer of protection to provide pervasive email security across three distinct zones: at the email perimeter, inside the network and the organization, and beyond the perimeter.

AV/DNS filtering

NextGen AV is smarter and more effective against the growing number of threats. NextGen AV leverages deep learning to outperform endpoint security solutions that use traditional machine learning or signature-based detection alone.

Combined with DNS filtering which blocks traffic to unwanted sites, the risk of exposure to bad actors is greatly reduced.

Firewall management

As threats and networks become more intricate, it is critical to have the right tools to protect your network. Bay State IT deploys and manages state of the art firewalls that give you robust protections against even the most sophisticated threats without compromising performance by controlling access to your network, controlling application use, and defending against known attacks.

Microsoft 365 backup

Backing up cloud applications is a great defense against ransomware. SaaS ransomware attacks are on the rise, and Microsoft does not guarantee that is has backups of your data. Bay State I.T. uses an application that backups up your Exchange email, SharePoint/OneDrive files, and Teams chats. In the case of a ransomware attack, data could be restored to the last safe backup.