ERP Software Management
is a (Managed Security Services Provider) MSSP, as an authorized partner with Sentinel One, Security scorecard, Synopsys and many more security Software vendors.
We deliver seamless solutions through on-going support and maintenance, supported by our enterprise-wide frameworks and experience across a multitude of industries. This has already proven to replenish value to organizations cyber security and positively influence ROI across both our local and international customer base.
ERP Software Management also offers an Extended Detection and Response Solution that combines our Managed Security and Services solutions to take care of all your cyber security needs.
ERP Software Management can meet and exceed the needs of any business, any size, in any geography or vertical, while ensuring local relevance to the services provided.
ERP Software Management is a level 1 BBBEE, 100% black female-owned cyber security business.
Certified Managed Service Provider
We have distinguished ourselves as a certified Managed Services Security Provider (MSSP). These are out of the box services offered through our partnerships with specific vendors to offer our clients in other to protect and monitor the cyberspace.
We deliver seamless solutions through on-going support and maintenance, supported by our enterprise-wide frameworks and experience across a multitude of industries. This already proven to replenish value to organizations and positively influence ROI across both our local and international customer base.
Why Choose Our Services
01. Professional Delivery
Our Professional team tailors the solution to fit your business needs, helps you maximize your needs.
02. Transparent Fees
Being a Managed Services Security Provider (MSSP), our goal is to provide affordable monitoring and incident response for an organization’s networks and endpoints.
03. Unparalleled Customer Service
We value all our customers, and we equally treat them the same
ERP Software Management is dedicated to delivering cyber security services to customers with the help of our qualified and experienced team. We partner with our clients to establish a shared vision, passion, and accountability for success
At ERP Software Management, we strive to comprehensively understand each client’s cyber issues and other potentially disruptive challenges and then propose sustainable solutions that are driven by, and tightly aligned and allied with, our core mission, objectives, and strategic challenges.
We then deploy our expertise to assist the organization every step of the way in executing the solutions flawlessly. Today nearly every business and organization rely on cyber-systems and technologies for every aspect of operations. This increased reliance on technology makes combating vulnerabilities an ever-increasing priority. To minimize risks, ERP Software Management offers a suite of cyber security services that focus on the preservation of , integrity of data, confidentiality, and availability of cyber-network resources.
Why ERP Software Management?
Our SOC and security teams have investigated and responded to hundreds of security events across our customer environments. We rely on that expertise and experience to identify the best processes for automation.
We have broad experience with popular SIEM and SOAR platforms, and deep capabilities with Security Scorecard to do the hard work behind the scenes to safely and securely automation key security activities and responses.
Not all process or automation are created equal. Our best practices based approach ensures that your processes meet all applicable regulatory requirements, and that your automation is fast, functional, and maintainable.
What Make Us Different?
The benefits of our service offerings include:
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, threats are increasing exponentially in sophistication, intensity, diversity, and volume. Cyber experts report significant escalation in external cyber-attacks, especially from criminal organizations and foreign state sponsored activities.
You may think that big businesses with more endpoints are more vulnerable than small businesses. Or, businesses with attractive data, like financial services companies or those in the healthcare industry, would be easy targets. That’s not always the case—of course, they hold an incredible amount of data, but it’s like trying to rob the Federal Reserve gold vault versus robbing a regular Joe on the street. Bigger businesses or those that handle sensitive data typically have the technology, regulations, and processes to protect themselves from cyberattacks. On the other hand, small and medium-sized businesses without dedicated IT expertise, cybersecurity technology, processes, or education are easy targets for hackers.
Yes. Cloud services promise to provide flexibility, scalability, measured service and certain cost efficiencies, but also present additional security risks associated with authentication, access and storage of government data. The total economic cost and different security elements of cloud services must be fully understood when evaluating cloud computing in general and the various deployment models (public, private, hybrid, community). Consumer-based cloud services used by government workers present additional risks because they may not offer rigorous security controls.
Phishing is a type of attack carried out to get money or steal information. The attacks can occur in many
ways, i.e., email, texts, phone calls, social media, etc.
One of the biggest challenges currently facing businesses is staying educated when it comes to cybersecurity and being aware of evolving cyberthreats.
Small businesses are collectively subject to almost 10,000 cyber-attacks a day, according to new findings from the UK’s largest business group. Due to the high cost associated with a breach, 60% of these organisations go out of business within 6 months.
Without any kind of cybersecurity plan in place, businesses risk their privacy, client trust, financial integrity, employee integrity, data integrity and the longevity of the business.
In most cases, the simple answer is no.
Cybersecurity requires consistent education, company-wide processes, and executive-level commitment. Generally, there needs to be more awareness surrounding how quickly hackers can initiate a cyberattack, how quickly cyberattacks evolve, and how businesses need multiple layers of cybersecurity to protect themselves—especially in modern workplace environments where employees are working remotely and sharing a ton of important data via digital communication channels.
SIEM gathers security data from a variety of sources, including network devices, servers, applications and domain controllers.