You’ve purchased all the security products. You’ve written all the policies. Even Doreen in Accounts is up to date with the latest tech. Surely it’s time to put your feet up and relax, right? After all, you take your business’s online security seriously, so what could go wrong?

Well, it’s not always about what could go wrong. It’s about what could go better. And in this instance, a better understanding of your security analytics can be a game-changer for your business. 

Online security practices

Buying products and creating security policies are an important part of protecting your business online, but you can’t solely rely on them to keep your business safe. It’s not a case of buying the latest product and assuming you’re secure. It’s got to be an ongoing process of monitoring product performance and acting on things when necessary. 

You need to know how these products are working for you on a consistent basis.

As a business owner, you know how important it is to keep passwords secure and ensure everyone’s got the latest version of Windows installed, but how could you take things even further? 

Well, we’ve got something up our sleeves that will take your security to the next level. 

Your security analytics dashboard 

Here at Stellarise, we don’t like to blow our own trumpets too often, but we’ve got something that will make a real difference to your online security

Our security analytics dashboard

It’s unique in the fact that all your data is in one place, so you’re no longer trying to dig around to find out what’s up to date and what’s not. But it’s more than that. 

It’s got all the usual features you’d expect such as how many calls we’ve received and how many active tickets there are at present, but it’s got some special features too, including:

  • Compliance policy monitoring – consistently ensuring your hard disks are encrypted and that the whole team has secure passwords etc.
  • Breached email analysis – reporting back what’s been leaked so you can take immediate action
  • Multi-factor authentication analysis – keeping your data as safe and secure as possible by tracking all users
  • Application installations – to see how you’re computers are changing each month and to keep on top of which apps are working best for you

We provide online training too, to give your team the knowledge and understanding they need to keep their data secure. This includes sending fake phishing emails each month to see who clicks. 

We can then provide training to individuals who need more support to spot these kinds of attacks. It’s something we do within our own team too. By scoring your organisation and monitoring the impact of the training, you’ll really be able to see a difference.

And it’s not a case of simply sending you your monthly dashboard analysis either. As part of our service, we walk you through your analytics so you fully understand the data and any changes that need to be made.

So if you’re ready to take your security to the next level, get in touch with us. No one’s doing it quite like we are, so why not be ahead of the game and start dashboarding? It might sound like something you’d do on holiday in Cornwall, but it’s even better.

If you think your business would benefit from our security analytics dashboard, get in touch today to see how we can help.