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Trusted Internet : Redefining Security Measures for Remote Workforce

Jeff Stutzman, Founder, Trusted InternetJeff Stutzman, Founder
Since the pandemic was declared, Work-from-home (WFH)has turned into a norm, with more than 95 percent of employees working remotely. According to experts, rather than this being a short-term pivot, our working lives will remain the same even if the pandemic is in the rearview mirror. But this unprecedented transition has changed the entire security game. With the threat of cyberattacks is on the rise today, relying on decades-old measures to ensure the security and privacy of the distributed workforce is no longer a sustainable shield from cybercriminals. Industry studies show that 2021 is more likely to witness a cyberattack every 11 seconds, which is twice what it was in 2019. This reinforces the need for businesses to embrace new security measures to keep their network and systems from cybercriminals. This is precisely where Trusted Internet comes into play.

“We are a leading Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) that specializes in proactively protecting homes and businesses from sophisticated cyber attacks and keeping their remote workforce from being breached,” says Jeff Stutzman, the Founder of Trusted Internet. “Since our inception in 2018, we have been delivering robust security solutions, with significant focus on the security needs of high-net-worth individuals (HNWI)—generally C-level executives—who work remotely on several platforms. This makes us a natural fit for today’s highly vulnerable remote working environment and helped us double our growth since the pandemic.”

Dedicated to helping businesses protect their corporate computing network and devices, Trusted Internet delivers a robust suite of solutions that encompasses next-generation firewalls, managed antivirus, and an anti-evasion toolkit. It is designed to help monitor, manage, and secure clients’ networks and devices from the risk of cyber activities—including polymorphic malware—targeting their home or company. In cases where clients are unwilling to purchase a firewall, the company creates a VPN, which they can use to achieve the same level of protection. “Clients can have access to a wide range of integrated security capabilities and services by leveraging our solution suite that is powered by AI and machine learning and backed by our 24x7 security operations center,” mentions Stutzman.

What gives Trusted Internet an extra edge is its partnership with Fortinet. The company deploys most of its next-gen firewalls in strong liaison with this tech behemoth, which gives Trusted Internet an added advantage with their in-built capabilities such as DNS filtering, malware filtering, and intrusion prevention—which are the much-needed aspects in the cybersecurity world.

We are a leading Managed Security Services Provider (MSSP) that specializes in proactively protecting businesses from sophisticated cyber attacks and keeping their remote workforce from being breached

Having a well-trained and certified team of experts with large-enterprise security backgrounds, Trusted Internet tailors these expert-level tools according to clients’ needs. The company also adopts a standardized approach where it offers a couple of plug-and-play configurations while engaging with clients. It evaluates their networks and systems and identifies the right suite of solution that meets their specific requirements. Furthermore, the company also provides comprehensive endpoint security for clients by leveraging its novel solution suite.

As an agile startup with an innovative DNA, Trusted Internet is always in an endeavor to embrace new solutions into the portfolio to better serve their clients. One such innovation is Cyware, an adaptable intelligence fusion tool that interacts with different firewalls and identifies how security analysts react to certain cases. The company has also installed a flexible back-end that can store and protect its logs and perform retro hunting. Furthermore, they have invested in a permanent Forti Analyzer suite, security-driven analytics and log management tool that provides deep insights into advanced threats through single-pane orchestration, automation, and response for the attack surface to reduce risks and improve the organization's overall security.

With such a powerful value proposition, Trusted Internet serves as a go-to partner for organizations' cybersecurity needs. The company recently helped several defense contractors to become Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certified (CMMC) as enforced by the U.S. Department of Defense in the wake of increasing cyber-attacks. Moving ahead, Trusted Internet is looking for all possible opportunities to scale up its marketing operations, aiming to further democratize its solutions and grow organically. The company is also planning to better streamline its resources to serve its clients more efficiently. From a technology standpoint, Trusted Internet is giving more focus in enhancing the capabilities of its security operation center.
Evaluating a couple of XDR solutions and integrating them into the product suite is also a curial part of its roadmap. "As cyber incidents continue to choke the business landscape, it is crucial for MSSPs like us to come forward with advanced solutions to keep our clients' environment from breaches. We are always spearheading the innovation excellence in the cybersecurity space, aiming to help businesses nurture in their niche without being taunted by the cybercriminals," concludes Stutzman.
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Trusted Internet

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New Boston, NH

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Jeff Stutzman, Founder

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Provides a robust solution that encompasses next-generation firewalls, managed antivirus, and an anti-evasion toolkit to help secure clients' networks and systems Online Description: Dedicated to helping businesses protect their corporate computing network and devices, Trusted Internet delivers a robust suite of solutions that encompasses next-generation firewalls, managed antivirus, and an anti-evasion toolkit. It is designed to help monitor, manage, and secure clients’ networks and devices from the risk of cyber activities—including polymorphic malware—targeting their home or company. In cases where clients are unwilling to purchase a firewall, the company creates a VPN, which they can use to achieve the same level of protection.