Your Partner in Next-Generation Cybersecurity

At Octal Security Inc., we understand the complexities and challenges of achieving robust cybersecurity. With seasoned cybersecurity experts with over 20 years in the industry, our mission is to simplify and enhance your organization’s security posture.

Our innovative, hyper-secure, next-generation, zero-trust security platform is designed to provide comprehensive protection while being remarkably user-friendly. We offer an externally managed, low-cost solution that aggressively targets CMMC 3.0 and other critical frameworks.

Our platform integrates seamlessly with your existing systems, providing:

    • Next-Generation Anti-Virus: Cutting-edge protection against the latest threats.
    • Security Information Event Management (SIEM): Advanced monitoring and analytics to keep you informed and protected.
    • Secured IT Communications: Secure communication across platforms like Teams, Slack, Telegram, WhatsApp, and more.

Our nearly zero-touch application can leverage an advanced passwordless management system, allowing you to secure your systems effortlessly using your phone.

At Octal Security Inc., we are committed to advancing your organization on its cybersecurity journey, ensuring peace of mind and robust digital reliability. Join us and experience a new era of cybersecurity.

Our Security Application is Top-Notch

Our Security Application is designed to protect your business from cyber threats. With our state-of-the-art SIEM technology, you can rest assured that your data is safe and secure.

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Our Services Offered

Our cybersecurity protection services are designed to keep your business safe from online threats. We offer a range of solutions to protect your data and systems from cyber attacks.

Robust SASE VPN

Our network security solutions protect your business utilizing the latest in zero-trust technologies.

Endpoint Protection

Our endpoint protection solutions safeguard your devices and data from malware and other cyber threats.

SIEM Monitoring

Our cloud security solutions protect your business data and applications in the cloud from cyber attacks.

So, how does it work?

Getting started with securing your business with real, tangible, proven cybersecurity solutions by Octal Security couldn't be easier! Simply select the services below to secure your business, create an account, render your payment, and a representative will reach out to you to schedule your first vulnerability scan and your complimentary penetrative test! All prices shown are per computer per month.

So, which ones do I need?

That depends on the type of business you run and your compliance needs. General businesses may only require Protection, while businesses like doctors, lawyers, and accountants, for example may fall under more stringent requirements for security. Our TFA SSO modules and SASE VPN are designed to satisfy these requirements and prevent threats BEFORE they get to your system. Finally, our Remote Support offering is designed to satisfy your business' day-to-day technical requirements with best-effort 3rd party support.

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Stay Ahead of the Curve with Our Cybersecurity Tips

At Octal Security Inc., we understand how important it is to stay informed about the latest cybersecurity threats. That’s why we offer regular tips and advice to keep you ahead of the curve. From phishing scams to malware attacks, we’ve got you covered.

Phishing Scam Alerts

Learn how to stay safe from phishing scams and protect your personal information from hackers.

Malware Prevention Tips

Discover the latest malware prevention tips and tricks to keep your devices and data safe online.

Latest News

  • Widespread IT Outage Due to CrowdStrike Update

    Note: CISA will update this Alert with more information as it becomes available. Update 9:45 a.m., EDT, July 21, 2024:  Microsoft released a recovery tool that uses a USB drive to boot and repair affected systems.  Microsoft also published a blog post that provides links to various remediation solutions and outlines their actions in response to the outage, which include working with CrowdStrike to expedite restoring services to disrupted systems. In the blog post, Microsoft estimates the outage affected 8.5 million Windows devices. Microsoft notes that this number makes up less than one percent of all Windows machines. Update 12:30 p.m., EDT, July 20, 2024:  CrowdStrike continues to provide updated guidance on yesterday’s widespread IT outage, including remediation steps for specific environments. CrowdStrike released technical details that provide: A technical summary of the outage and the impact. Information on how the update to the CrowdStrike Falcon sensor configuration file, Channel File 291, caused the logic error that led to the outage. A discussion of the root cause analysis CrowdStrike is undertaking to determine how the logic error occurred. Cyber threat actors continue to leverage the outage to conduct malicious activity, including phishing attempts. CISA continues to work closely with CrowdStrike and other private sector and government partners to actively monitor any emerging malicious activity. According to a new CrowdStrike blog, threat actors have been distributing a malicious ZIP archive file. This activity appears to be targeting Latin America-based CrowdStrike customers. The blog provides indicators of compromise and recommendations. Update 7:30 p.m., EDT, July 19, 2024:  The CrowdStrike guidance is updated with additional guidance regarding impacts to specific environments, e.g., Azure, AWS.  For additional information: Update from the United Kingdom's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-UK) Update from the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Update from the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) Threat actors continue to use the widespread IT outage for phishing and other malicious activity. CISA urges organizations to ensure they have robust cybersecurity measures to protect their users, assets, and data against this activity. CISA continues to monitor the situation and will update this Alert to provide continued support. Initial Alert (11:30 a.m., EDT, July 19, 2024): CISA is aware of the widespread outage affecting Microsoft Windows hosts due to an issue with a recent CrowdStrike update and is working closely with CrowdStrike and federal, state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) partners, as well as critical infrastructure and international partners to assess impacts and support remediation efforts. CrowdStrike has confirmed the outage: Impacts Windows 10 and later systems. Does not impact Mac and Linux hosts. Is due to the CrowdStrike Falcon content update and not to malicious cyber activity. According to CrowdStrike, the issue has been identified, isolated and a fix has been deployed. CrowdStrike customer organizations should reference CrowdStrike guidance and their customer portal to resolve the issue. Of note, CISA has observed threat actors taking advantage of this incident for phishing and other malicious activity. CISA urges organizations and individuals to remain vigilant and only follow instructions from legitimate sources. CISA recommends organizations to remind their employees to avoid clicking on phishing emails or suspicious links.

  • CISA Releases Three Industrial Control Systems Advisories

    CISA released three Industrial Control Systems (ICS) advisories on July 18, 2024. These advisories provide timely information about current security issues, vulnerabilities, and exploits surrounding ICS. ICSA-24-200-01 Mitsubishi Electric MELSOFT MaiLab ICSA-24-200-02 Subnet Solutions PowerSYSTEM Center ICSMA-24-200-01 Philips Vue PACS CISA encourages users and administrators to review the newly released ICS advisories for technical details and mitigations.

  • Oracle Releases Critical Patch Update Advisory for July 2024

    Oracle released its quarterly Critical Patch Update Advisory for July 2024 to address vulnerabilities in multiple products. A cyber threat actor could exploit some of these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected system.  CISA encourages users and administrators to review the following Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory and apply the necessary updates:  July 2024 Critical Patch Update Advisory

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