Cyber Security

Protect your business data against major threats with our preventative and emergency cyber security services.

How Proven Data helps you protect your business information

When you put your trust in our experienced and certified team to help you with your business cybersecurity solutions and training, we can help guarantee your business continuity and data safety. Our cyber security solutions offer a comprehensive package of services such as regular vulnerability assessments, web application security testing and incident response.

Threat Management

Our cybersecurity experts work to predict, prevent, and respond to threats with fast and accurate methods.

Security Strategy

Learn your business risks to build the most accurate and effective security strategies.


Staff training is one of the best preventative measures to avoid attacks such as phishing, password and credential stealing, and driven by download attacks.

Cyber Trust

Apply the Zero Trust strategy to protect data, identities, workloads, and platforms.

New and Improved Cyber Security Approach

The Proven Data team has decades of combined experience in data recovery and cybersecurity. By entrusting your data protection to us, you can focus all your energy on growing your business, confident in the knowledge that your digital assets are secure.

Our cybersecurity solutions are specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of your business and industry. We offer comprehensive security solutions for various platforms including cloud, servers, databases, virtual machines, and hybrid storage. This ensures that your business and its valuable data remain protected from unexpected incidents and potential cyber threats. 

Cyber Security Services

By utilizing the services and guidance provided by Proven Data, businesses can protect themselves from cyber threats and ensure the security of their networks and data.

Network Security

Protect computer networks and the data within them from unauthorized access, modification, or denial of access.

Cloud Security

Security measures that are designed to protect cloud-based infrastructure, applications, and data from cyber attacks and cyber threats.

Privileged Access Management

A strategy that controls, monitors, secures, and audits all identities across an IT environment.

Endpoint Security

The practice of protecting endpoints, such as desktops, laptops, mobile devices, and IoT devices, from cybersecurity threats.

Build & Test Security Plan

Building a plan that is tailored to the business industry and needs. And then testing it, checking vulnerable points.

Security Strategy

We offer help for clients to build successful security strategies to prevent cyber attacks, manage vulnerabilities, and identify insider threats.


Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting computers, servers, mobile devices, electronic systems, networks, and data from malicious attacks.

There are many types of cyber attacks, including: 

Denial-of-service (DoS)

Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks

Phishing attacks

Malware-based attacks

Man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks

SQL injection attacks

Some ways to guard against cyber threats include updating software and operating systems, using anti-virus software, avoiding downloading files or visiting websites from untrusted sources, establishing a robust cybersecurity policy, securing your perimeter and IoT connections, employing a people-centric security approach, and using multifactor-factor authentication.

The cost of cybersecurity services depends on several factors including the size of the company, the type of data handled, the products and services chosen, installation methods, and professional audits. Larger companies with more employees and devices are more vulnerable to attacks, thus require more spending. Businesses dealing with sensitive data like health records or credit card information need additional security layers for compliance with standards like HIPAA and PCI. The cost also rises with the complexity of security products and services, professional installation, and periodic third-party audits. Overall, in some cases, businesses might allocate up to 10% of their IT budget for cybersecurity.

Some important questions to ask a cybersecurity provider include what cybersecurity experience they have, how they will protect your personal or confidential information, whether they offer two-factor authentication, who will perform the cybersecurity assessment, how they handle business data, and what certifications and awards they have.

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