Security Solutions

How can Cubeyond Help Secure my Building?

Cubeyond provides physical security solutions such as CCTV systems access control for buildings, and alarm systems.

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) security solutions

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) systems are cameras that can be used for monitoring, recording, and surveillance.

These cameras are used to help detect and deter criminal activity, as well as monitor traffic and potential hazards in an area.

Access control systems

Access control systems are used to allow or deny access to certain areas of a building or facility. These systems can be used to control who enters and exits a building, as well as to restrict access to particular areas or rooms.

Other technology security solutions include alarm systems, intrusion detection systems, and automated security systems.

Physical security solutions are necessary to protect your building and business from unauthorized access, theft, and vandalism. Having the right security solutions in place will help to ensure that your property and assets are protected. Security cameras, access control systems, and alarm systems are all important components of a comprehensive physical security system.

What Kind of Cyber Security Does Cubeyond offer?

Cubeyond offers a range of cybersecurity services, including antivirus software, firewalls, training, and recovery solutions.

Antivirus software

Antivirus software is a type of program that helps protect your computer networks and other devices from viruses and other malicious software that can cause harm or steal your information.


Firewalls are another type of security software that can help prevent unauthorized access to your computer or network.

Cyber Security Training

Training is an important part of cybersecurity, as it can help individuals and organizations understand the risks and best practices for staying safe online.

Recovery solutions

Recovery solutions can help you recover data and systems in the event of a security breach or other disaster.

Why do I need Web Security?

There are several reasons why cybersecurity is important for individuals and organizations:

  1. Protecting sensitive data: Cybersecurity is essential for protecting sensitive data, such as personal information, financial data, and intellectual property. Without proper cybersecurity measures in place, this data can be stolen, compromised, or misused by cybercriminals.
  2. Preventing financial loss: Cyber attacks can be costly, both in terms of financial loss and lost productivity. Implementing effective cybersecurity measures can help prevent financial losses associated with cyber attacks and data breaches.
  3. Maintaining business continuity: Cyber attacks can disrupt business operations, which can lead to lost revenue and damage to a company’s reputation. Effective cybersecurity measures can help maintain business continuity and minimize the impact of cyber attacks.
  4. Meeting compliance requirements: Many industries are subject to regulatory requirements related to data security and privacy. Implementing effective cybersecurity measures is essential for meeting these requirements and avoiding potential fines and legal action.
  5. Protecting against reputational damage: Cyber attacks can damage a company’s reputation, especially if customer data is compromised. Effective cybersecurity measures can help protect against reputational damage and preserve customer trust.

What happens if there is a cyber attack?

If there is a cyber attack, the consequences can vary depending on the nature and severity of the attack. Some of the potential consequences of a cyber attack include:

  1. Loss of data: Cyber attacks can result in the loss or theft of sensitive data, including personal information, financial data, and intellectual property.
  2. Financial loss: Cyber attacks can result in financial losses, including lost revenue and damage to reputation.
  3. Downtime and lost productivity: Cyber attacks can disrupt business operations, resulting in downtime and lost productivity.
  4. Legal and regulatory issues: Cyber attacks can result in legal and regulatory issues, including fines and lawsuits related to data breaches.
  5. Damage to reputation: Cyber attacks can damage a company’s reputation, especially if customer data is compromised.
  6. Increased vulnerability: Cyber attacks can leave systems and networks vulnerable to future attacks.

In order to minimize the impact of a cyber attack, it’s important to have a plan in place for responding to and recovering from such an event. This may include having backup systems in place, implementing cybersecurity measures to prevent future attacks, and working with cybersecurity professionals to identify and address any vulnerabilities.