Sunday Security Introduces a Cybersecurity Service for Executives
First Executive Protection Service
Washington D.C.-based cyber security firm Sunday Security has announced the launch of its first executive protection service. The company, which was founded in 2015 by Jonathan Bier and Daniel Singer, aims to provide a new approach to cybersecurity that incorporates both technology and human intelligence. The new service will provide executives with access to elite protection teams who are specially trained in surveillance detection and counter-surveillance techniques.
Cyberattacks on High-Profile Individuals
A growing number of cyberattacks on high-profile individuals has prompted Security Saturday to create a new service.
In 2018, there were more than 1 billion attempts to access sensitive data from companies in the U.S., according to an IBM report on data breaches released last year. That was up from just over 600 million in 2017 and more than 400 million in 2016. In addition, these attacks have been growing increasingly sophisticated over time: In 2018, 58 percent of all attacks used either spear-phishing or malicious software; that’s up from 48 percent in 2017 and 36 percent in 2016.
Cybersecurity an Investment
“Cybersecurity is not an optional expense, it is an investment that pays dividends in safety and peace of mind,” said Daniel Trainer, founder, and CEO of Sunday Security.
Sunday Security is a new service aimed at executives and business owners that want to improve their cybersecurity at all levels. The company, which was founded by Daniel Trainer, says it wants to make sure executives are prepared for any threats and can avoid the biggest mistakes when it comes to security.
“Cybersecurity is not an optional expense, it is an investment that pays dividends in safety and peace of mind,” said Trainer.
The company’s goal is to help people understand what good cybersecurity looks like so they can avoid common pitfalls like being tricked into giving access over email or falling for scams like phishing emails or phone calls. It also helps businesses set up basic protections by creating strong passwords and changing them regularly, avoiding public networks, encrypting devices with an encryption software like Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption or Apple FileVault 2 (for Macs), and using two-factor authentication whenever possible (when logging into websites), keeping software updated with automatic updates turned on whenever possible (this is often referred to as “patching” software), not clicking on links sent via email unless they know who sent them or they came from someone you trust (like your spouse).
This New Service Will Protect CEOs and Executives From a Wide Range of Threats
For the first time, CEOs and executives have a way to protect themselves from a wide range of threats. The service can:
- Protect you against credential theft and phishing attacks by monitoring your email for any suspicious activity.
- Protect you against social media hacks that could lead to extortion or embarrassment.
- Protect against corporate espionage by alerting you to suspicious attempts at accessing your profile on public platforms like LinkedIn and Facebook.
- Protect against hackers who may try to access confidential information through home networks and devices by sending alerts when something is amiss in your household network (for example, if someone tries to log into an unauthorized device).
These services start at $200 per month for a business, $200 per month for a non-profit, and $2,000 for individual plans.
The company’s cybersecurity service is available for businesses, non-profits, and individuals.
The cost of these plans are as follows:
- Businesses can choose between a $200 per month plan or a $2,000 plan. The former includes the following services:
- Malware protection.
- Vulnerability assessment and remediation.
- Phishing protection with alerts when emails are sent to your team that appear to be phishing emails but aren’t (they have been specially crafted by the Security Team to not look like phishing emails).
- Non-profit organizations also have two plans available: An annual plan at $200 per year or a monthly plan at $200 per month. Both include the same benefits as their business counterpart but they do not come with any contracts so if you cancel it later on down the line there is no penalty imposed upon you! Please note that this is an introductory offer so it may change in the future once we get more data points on how many people use our product vs how many just sign up for free trial periods before canceling them altogether (which is something we don’t want).
Sunday Security is Now Providing Cybersecurity Services for Executives
Sunday Security is a cybersecurity firm based in Washington D.C., and they have recently introduced a new service designed to protect executives from the wide range of threats that could compromise your business.
The new service costs $200 per month, which covers access to the company’s 24/7 monitoring center and allows them to respond immediately if any security breaches occur. The monitoring center also features an impressive array of tools: Sunday Security has built its proprietary software capable of identifying malware and other threats before they become active in your network, as well as scanning every file on your systems for signs of malicious activity.
Sunday Security recognizes that cyber threats are growing in size and sophistication each day. To address this, our cybersecurity consultants are proposing a new paradigm: proactive security measures. This approach is defined by both preventative protocols and response tactics to cyber threats in tandem. In addition, our customized security solution can be arranged as a service that tailors to each client’s needs all at competitive prices. Sunday Security hopes to provide the market with our expertise in cybersecurity and proactive approaches by getting ahead of these threats before they affect our clients and their businesses. The dedicated IT Security staff provides a full range of IT security management and consulting services to the company. The team is made up of cybersecurity experts that pride themselves on keeping up with the latest trends and technology in the security field. Their goal is to help reduce exposure to cyber risk while also improving business continuity, efficiency, and trust. The team takes a multi-disciplinary approach to security. They can provide expertise in information systems, network and cloud infrastructure, change management, and application development. They also collaborate with internal teams across an organization´s global infrastructure.