Zero-Trust is a way to view security for companies of all sizes. The way you achieve Zero-Trust depends on the size of business and how much you are willing to spend. The basics of Zero-Trust are:
Which of the following sound like you?
Any time you connect to a network, anywhere that network is, your information is vulnerable. It doesn't matter how much or how little you use the cloud.
You can assume your data in the cloud is safe... unless:
In order to stop the unknown, you need three foundational pieces for security.
Large companies need security too, unfortunately, not all MSPs provide multiple layers of security. We are experts in connectivity and our focus from the beginning was secure infrastructures. When you contact us, we can help you evolve your network into your own private Fort Knox.
Are you a mobile or remote only company? We have solutions for you too!
We started with large enterprises.
We saw the huge divide between what large corporations have access to and what small and medium sized businesses could afford. That doesn't feel right to us, and security should be available for everyone.
We began by building secure networks for software companies and insurance processors. Next we went to Banks and financial institutions. Now we bring security to all sizes of businesses.
"We were having outages daily. When Method checked our network out, they found several issues and took a weekend to rebuild it. It was night and day, we stopped having outages and our workload dropped over night."
"Our IT team wasn't able to keep up with everything we had to do plus monitor security. Method spent a week analyzing our network and found multiple security issues. We had no idea how many problems we had until they showed us."
"Method worked with our team to help us reimagine the way our network ran. Now we can see everything that happens on our network."
When Method first started, we weren't focused on security. We were like an architecture firm, we designed large networks. As we grew, we realized that security needed to become a focus and found that few IT companies had a security first methodology. That is why Method evolved into a security first company. We still design networks, but everything is focused on security.