We Protect your business from Hackers

Sleep at night knowing your data is secure and defended

your business benefits as we

  • Train your employees on cyber security
  • Protect your data against hacker exploitation
  • Monitor your company on the dark web
  • Protect you from cyber security threats
  • Position your company for success

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Forum Info-Tech’s cyber security services are designed with one goal in mind – keeping businesses like yours safe from today’s most dangerous cyber risks.

It’s like wrapping a Kevlar blanket around your data.

our core services for you


Dark web Monitoring

The dark web is a marketplace for cyber criminals to purchase stolen identities and other data. Protect yours with dark web monitoring.


phish training

Sharpen your employee’s skills to prevent against cyber threats, saving your business millions in potential losses. 


activity monitoring

You can easily monitor user activity to see what data is coming into and out of your business. 


disaster recovery

Keep your businesses moving in case of the loss of data or you’re locked out of your systems. 


Email Protection

Email Protection is a cloud-based system that protects your email by blocking spam and phishing attacks. It uses computer vision, AI, and machine learning to keep you safe.


Office 365 Monitoring

Office 365 Monitoring will watch for things like unauthorized access to mailboxes, changes to the environment, strange logins, and people downloading many files. We will set it up and watch it so you don’t have to.


Network Security Monitoring

To keep hackers away in the cyber world, you need a security system that is different from a  firewall. A network security monitoring system is different because it uses real-time streaming data analytics and correlates events from traffic.

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The Forum Info-Tech IT Experience

What it’s like working with Forum Info-Tech by the numbers.


23 Second Response Time


96% Client Satisfaction


22 IT Professionals


95% of Issues Resolved Through Help Desk


8 Minute Average Issue Resolved

What is Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is the practice of defending computers and data from unwanted access or attack.

Cybersecurity works to identify vulnerabilities in image compression algorithms, anti-virus software, web programming, data center design, user input validation, all to protect against unauthorized activity and exploitation.

Since hackers are always looking for a way in, cybersecurity professionals work tirelessly to keep them out by designing stronger defense measures.

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Hacker hacking the server in the dark room

How do hackers get my information

This varies between cases. Hacking a password is as easy as typing it into the right form on a public website. Cracking and phishing are more advanced methods that often involve emailing people with convincing messages to get them to divulge their information.

This can be done through spoof websites, which appear like the original site but often don’t have correct encryption and security in place, or by posing as an IRS agent who demands money after your tax return has been compromised. Basically, any time you put information out there electronically that was given without much thought of where else it could end up is a potential opportunity for hackers to get at it.

What is the dark web

The Dark Web is a collection of websites typically not indexed by standard search engines and can be accessed by using specific software programs. The content on these websites is usually shared privately.

That means the content on them is not easy to find using traditional internet searches. Instead, sites can only be reached through specialist websites offering access called onion routing services or Tor browsers that conceal user identities and IP addresses. The system works because it routes traffic between computers through an encrypted network.

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8 Best Methods That Can Save Your Company From Ransomware

What is ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts and renders unusable the victim’s files, computer programs, or entire operating systems while requiring payment from the victim to provide a specialized decryption key that unlocks their encrypted content.

The problem is that ransomware can be seeded into legitimate websites so that the malware might get downloaded with something as innocuous as some online shopping. After working its way onto your system, all of the above happens without interruption or “showiness” on behalf of the intruder; they proceed quietly along their merry way until everything’s been locked.

What is malware

Malware is a type of program whose goal is to harm someone’s computer. Malware comes from the words “malicious” and “software,” referring to viruses, worms, Trojan horses, and other harmful code.

Malware has many different forms and ranges in severity, from annoying pop-ups that interrupt your use of the internet or device all the way to malicious programs like viruses and ransomware that destroy data on your device or collect information about you without your knowledge.

For example, a fake antivirus program may produce threatening messages to trick users into purchasing it—the producer gets the profit while the users lose money and their data remains unprotected against attacks from real threats.

Female hacker using keyboard to type a dangerous malware