What is Controlled Network Detection & Response (NDR)?

What is Controlled Network Detection & Response (NDR)?


We understand that you want to protect your small business from cyber-attacks. We also know that you’re probably not an expert in IT security, but still want to be sure that your network is safe. That’s why we offer several managed cyber security services for small businesses that can help businesses protect themselves from cyber-attacks.

Managed Cyber Security Services

We offer a wide variety of cyber security service options to meet the needs of your business. These include:

  • Network monitoring
  • Incident response (IR)
  • Vulnerability scanning, software patches and updates, endpoint protection software (EPS), access control lists (ACLs), and more.

Network Detection & Response (NDR)

network detection and response (NDR) is a service that detects, monitors, and responds to network activity. There are various types of NDR services including:

  • Network Security Monitoring (NSM) – This type of NDR tool offers real-time visibility into your network traffic. It can identify malicious cyber threats before they cause damage or steal information.
  • Intrusion Detection System (IDS) – An IDS is similar to an IPS in that it monitors hosts for signs of intrusion. However, unlike an IPS, an IDS focuses on detecting suspicious activity rather than stopping all intrusions. In some cases, your IDS will be able to block a threat before it enters your system; in others, it might not have enough information on hand at the time so it lets the intrusion through while continuing to monitor the process until more information becomes available later on when things go awry…

Next-Generation Firewall

  • A firewall is a network security system that monitors and controls incoming and outgoing network traffic.
  • Firewalls are designed to support the protection of networks from unauthorized access, misuse, modification, or denial of service (DOS).
  • Firewalls can be implemented in both hardware and software. Most firewalls are created using either a proxy architecture or a packet filter architecture. The most common type of firewall is known as a stateful packet filter because it keeps track of conversations between two hosts, or networks.

Next-Generation IPS

If you’re looking for a way to protect your business from cyber threats, look no further than next-generation IPS. The solution can detect and block malicious activity in real-time before it has a chance to disrupt your network traffic or spread across the web. It detects threats including worms, viruses, spam emails, and other types of malware that are common on public networks today. It also includes tools like heuristic analysis and advanced behavior-based detection capabilities so you can stay ahead of evolving threats on any networked device in your organization’s infrastructure.

Email Protection (SPAM Filtering)

Email Protection (SPAM Filtering)

Email protection is one of the most important and often overlooked parts of cyber security. It’s not enough to just have a good web filter in place, you also need to ensure that your emails are protected from spam and phishing scams. A good anti-spam solution will detect and block spam emails before they even reach the inboxes of your users, as well as stop malicious attachments from being downloaded onto your network. In addition, it should provide real-time updates on any new threats so that you can keep yourself protected against new types of attacks or viruses.

Web Filtering

Web filtering is a way to block access to websites that contain malicious content. A proxy server can be used to filter web traffic, and there are browser plugins that allow you to do this on an individual basis.

Secure Password Vaulting & Storage (SPVS)

Password vaulting is a security technology that allows you to keep your passwords in one place and access them on demand. It’s a great way to ensure the security of your employee credentials and other sensitive data, while also enabling the easy management of your company’s authentication credentials.

You can use password vaulting to encrypt, store, manage and even share information such as usernames and passwords. This technology can be used by companies or individuals who have lots of different accounts they need access to—whether it’s their bank accounts or social media accounts. It makes it easier for employees to log into multiple services while also providing IT administrators with peace of mind knowing that they’re storing all their employee passwords securely in one place

Time Clock System with Biometric Scanner

A time clock system with a biometric scanner is one of the most popular options for businesses that want to keep track of employee hours. A biometric scanner is a device that can be used to scan fingerprints, irises, and faces. This scanning technology allows you to capture and store data on each employee’s personal information so you can cross-reference it against their attendance records. The benefit of using this type of system over traditional punch clocks is that it helps eliminate the need for manual check-ins and improves accuracy by ensuring all employees are approved before they clock out or arrive at work.

If you’re looking into installing a new time clock system with a biometric scanner in your business or organization, we recommend considering our NVRISECURE™ Secure Access Biometric Time Clock System, which comes equipped with fingerprint scanners as well as facial recognition technology.

Encrypted Switches

Encryption, or the process of converting data into an unintelligible form, is a proven way to protect your data and your business. In many cases, encryption can be used on switches to secure networks by preventing unauthorized users from accessing sensitive information.

It’s important to note that not all switches use encryption—only those that have been configured do so. If you don’t see this option in your switch configuration settings (or if there are no settings at all), then it’s likely that encryption isn’t enabled (and thus cannot be used).

Secure Wireless Networking

Wireless networks can be vulnerable to security breaches and attacks. To protect against these threats, it’s important to encrypt your wireless network. This means that all data sent over the air will be encrypted and unreadable by unauthorized parties. There are two ways you can do this:

  • You can have your wireless router manufacturer provide encryption for you. If you’re using a third-party router (e.g., Apple AirPort Extreme), then the manufacturer of that product should provide an option for encryption as well as some recommendations on how best to configure it. For example, Linksys provides an app called Smart Wi-Fi Setup that guides users through setting up their router with WPA2 Personal or WPA2 Enterprise encryption options available in iOS 8+.

We offer several managed cyber security services for small businesses that can help businesses protect themselves from cyber-attacks.

We offer managed cyber security services for businesses that are designed to help businesses protect themselves from cyber-attacks. Our services include network detection, next-generation firewall, next-generation IPS, email protection, web filtering, and secure password vaulting & storage (SPVS).

In addition to our managed cyber security services for small businesses we also provide a time clock system with a biometric scanner.


At the end of the day, cyber security for small businesses is about taking proactive measures to protect your business from things that could happen. This means doing everything you can to prevent malicious attacks and malware infection on your network, as well as staying on top of all updates so that you know what’s happening with your network at any given time. It also means having a plan in case something does go wrong: knowing whom to contact immediately, what steps should be taken next (such as calling 911 in case of emergency), and where backups are stored so they can be restored if necessary. With these steps in place, no matter what happens next time around!