All-Out Security

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What we do

All-Out is not a typical cybersecurity team. If you thought cybersecurity was out of your company’s budget and its benefits weren’t worth the hassle, then you thought wrong. We scale down logically and financially what was once only available to big corporations so that small and medium enterprises can now have access to reliable security in an age where your most valuable commodity is information. If you think leaving your home door unlocked when you leave to work is reckless, ignoring the security set-up of your digital data is arguably just as foolish. Let us secure your investment and introduce you to a new feeling of peace by strengthening three flanks that are constantly at risk, and disturb your entrepreneurial focus:

  • the handling of information and digital devices by your staff
  • the exposure of sensitive information to third parties
  • your own management of the company in and out of the workplace.
  • Training courses

    For staff and executives. Learn how to avoid data leakage and destruction. They occur more commonly than you would expect and happen in ways you would have never suspected.

  • I.T. Disaster Recovery

    When you think it is too late, let us pick up the pieces and assess the damage so that we can get you back on track as quickly as possible.

  • Cybersecurity Audits

    Let us assess your company’s vulnerability to cyber-attacks and fraud. We analyze, among others, systems, networks, all digital devices, human-factor weaknesses, staff competence, offline data flow and the coherence and integrity of already implemented solutions.

  • Systems and Networks

    Setup, troubleshooting, optimization, risk mitigation, attack prevention, consulting.

Kevlar Vest

Like it or not, you are in the battlefield.

Key fact: if you haven’t already implemented a plan and methodology to protect your digital environment, the skill needed to compromise your information and systems may be in reach of a novice computer aficionado.

  • In 2016 malware attacks reached 8.19 billion. (Dell)
  • Over half a billion personal information records stolen or lost in 2015. (Symantec)
  • New vulnerabilities in 2015: 5585. (Symantec)
  • Web attacks blocked per day in 2015: 1.1M. (Symantec)
  • Total crypto-ransomware in 2015: 362K. (Symantec)

Try guessing how 2017 is looking so far! how 2018 will turn out! how we'll arrive to 2019! if we'll make it to 2020!

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Hiszpańsko-Polska Izba Handlowa

Arm yourself now!

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All-Out Security

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  • A virtual private network (VPN) extends a private network across a public network, and enables users to send and receive data across shared or public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network. Applications running across the VPN may therefore benefit from the functionality, security, and management of the private network.

    VPN (Virtual Private Network) Wikipedia
  • Ransomware is computer malware that installs covertly on a victim's device and that either mounts the cryptoviral extortion attack from cryptovirology that holds the victim's data hostage, or mounts a cryptovirology leakware attack that threatens to publish the victim's data, until a ransom is paid.

    Ransomware Wikipedia
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