Don’t Assume Your Data is Safe… Ensure it with Strong Cybersecurity

Although today’s hyperconnected world offers numerous benefits, it also brings with it the specter of cybercrime. More connected devices mean more entry points into a network and a broader attack surface. With the proliferation of malware, such as cryptojacking, phishing and DDoS attacks, it’s estimated that more than 100,000 malicious cyberassaults take place each and every day. The only way to protect yourself against this growing menace is to institute a powerful cybersecurity suite of programs and infrastructure.

By combining Netsync’s cybersecurity experience with products and services from Netsync’s key, strategic partners, customers can sleep well knowing that they’re taking a proactive stance to keep their data safe and secure.

Netsync Cybersecurity Solutions include:

  • Cybersecurity strategy, policy and governance
  • Cyberthreat and risk assessment
  • Ransomware prevention and remediation
  • Penetration testing 
  • Incident remediation
  • NOC services
  • SOC services
  • Incident response

Netsync’s Approach to Cybersecurity

Netsync’s approach to cybersecurity is anything but a one-size-fits-all proposition. Each customer’s attack surface is different, which is why Netsync’s security professionals take a holistic approach to architectures and applications, as well as their users. After interviews with key stakeholders, Netsync’s security team crafts a cybersecurity solution that addresses their precise security needs.

Security Consulting

Netsync’s cybersecurity experts will examine your existing security architecture – both cyber and physical – and offer advice and information regarding any perceived vulnerabilities.

Compliance and Governance

Keeping your security system in line with all current government compliance regulations can be a daunting task, but proper adherence to these guidelines is critical, not only to prevent the levying of heavy fines against you, but to keep your system protected at the highest possible level.

Physical Security

Netsync’s holistic approach to physical security draws on a wide range of technologies, so formulating a comprehensive plan of action encompasses the customers’ entire ecosystem.

Data Loss Prevention

To preserve the integrity of customers’ information and data, Netsync’s security professionals identify vulnerabilities, then customize a security solution that implements robust DLP tools to protect critical assets and preserve customers’ brand equity and integrity.

Incident Remediation

Netsync’s security experts keep a close, watchful eye on customers’ networks from our state-of-the-art, 24x7x365 Network and Security Operations Centers.

Network Security

Netsync’s security experts focus on ensuring customers’ data and assets are protected, and can quickly intervene in cases of cyberattack, deploying aggressive countermeasures to neutralize threats and restore integrity.


The Virtual Chief Information Security Officer (vCISO) is an indispensable part of your team, a qualified, top-tier expert who will work with you in all areas of cybersecurity.

TEXAS SB820: What You Need to Know

Passed by the Texas State Legislature and in effect as of September 1, 2019, SB820 requires that Texas school districts adopt a cybersecurity policy. It is an amendment to the Texas Education Code that adds Section 11.175 to Subchapter d, Chapter 11. This amendment defines the terms, “Breach of system security,” “Cyber attack,” and “Cybersecurity.”

Very simply – every school must:

  • Define a cybersecurity policy to protect infrastructure against malicious attack.       
  • Define each district’s individual risk of cyber-attack.       
  • Create a strategy to lessen or eliminate that risk       

The Superintendent of each district must designate a person to be the cybersecurity coordinator, who will:

  • Act as a point-of-contact between the district and the TEA in the event of a cybersecurity incident, report directly to the TEA in the event of such an attack, and report to the parents or guardians of children whose information is compromised.

It is unclear who will pay for the requirements mandated in the bill. It is just as unclear what the penalty for non-compliance will be.

You should prepare immediately by reaching out to your Netsync Account Manager to provide:

  • SB820 readiness assessment
  • Continuous cybersecurity awareness training
  • Infrastructure security design workshop
  • Incident response and remediation retainer
  • 24×7 security operation center (SOC)

For more information on Netsync’s cybersecurity offerings or SB820 compliance, please contact us at

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