Antivirus both protects computers and removes threats that are found. Antivirus looks at data such as web pages, files, and software. It also searches for threats and monitors the behavior of all programs, flagging suspicious behavior. Depending on the product, this may include reports and logs to provide useful information to you about your antivirus scan and activity. This includes Zero Day Threat protection and Encryption virus/Ransomware protection.
Email sanitizing is important to your company to ensure emails stay safe within your business. This includes spam filtering, email quarantine, and enables the ability to send encrypted emails to protect financial and confidential information. Spam filtering is bi-directional meaning it prevents unwanted emails to reach your inbox and prevents any consequential harm to your business while decreasing time spent filtering emails on your own.
A firewall is a network security system that establishes a barrier between a trusted internal network and untrusted external networks. It is a secure connection with the option to monitor traffic and receive alerts about unauthorized network activity, attempted attacks, and potential security holes.
Virtual Private Networks extend a private network across a public network to enable users to send and receive data across shared/ public networks as if their computing devices were directly connected to the private network.