Directive is Committed to Protecting Your Business, Your Staff, and Your Customers
Cybersecurity is a priority
IT security needs to be taken very seriously.
Ginni Rometty - IBM’s chairman, president, and CEO
Even small Upstate New York businesses are not exempt from being targeted by cybercriminals. In fact, smaller businesses are now being targeted more because they are easier to get into while still offering a good payoff for hackers.
Yearly cost of cyber crime
43% of all Attacks
Directly target small businesses.
Results in 95% of all cybersecurity attacks.
Every 14 Seconds
Ransomware infects a business computer.
24/7 Active, Managed IT Security
Gone are the days where setting up antivirus and a firewall were enough. Directive offers fully-managed cybersecurity solutions to protect all of your endpoints from both external and internal threats. We help businesses meet industry compliances like HIPAA, PCI DSS, SOX, and more.
Monitored and managed end-point and network security with real-time proactive threat detection.
Managed security appliance handling firewall, managed centralized antivirus, and intrusion detection.
Prevent users from accessing dangerous, inappropriate, or time-wasting online content.
Reduce and block phishing attacks, malware, and other cybersecurity threats that come in through email.
Smartphones and tablets aren’t immune to cyberthreats. Protect these endpoints via device policy management.
Always on, always vigilant, unified security to minimize both external and internal threats across your network and devices.
Safeguard your data and your customer’s privacy by encrypting sensitive or private information that is sent via email.
Protect your IT infrastructure and your end users with our hosted suite of cybersecurity tools, solutions and services.
Protect your physical assets, staff, and customers via secure, managed remote IP security cameras.
Manage and track physical and network access to specify who has permission to access specific resources.
Meet and exceed industry compliances and get regular security compliance audits and evaluations.
Discover where there is Personally Identifiable Information (PII) on your computer systems, hard drives, and attached storage devices and if sensitive data is leaking from your network.