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Tuearis Cyber: Ahead of the Cybersecurity Game

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Jason Elmore, CEO, Tuearis CyberJason Elmore, CEO
Innovation and a next-generation approach to cybersecurity is woven into the technology, business model, and “consultant first” culture of Tuearis Cyber. While the connected world we live in has its many advantages, it can also turn out to be a double-edged sword. Let’s face it, with the ubiquitous nature of technology underpinning all enterprise operations, cyber incidents such as ransomware, hacked devices, crashed websites, breached networks, you name it, have become commonplace. While some have the requisite cyber-incident response capabilities and security solutions in place, small to mid-market companies often lack the resources and security dollars needed to develop and maintain those solutions in-house. What works best for such organizations is an outsourced approach to implementing security measures through a managed cybersecurity services provider. Texas-based Tuearis Cyber brings their clients best-in-class security technologies and management aimed at resolving threats quickly and preventing potential issues before any damage is done. Jason Elmore, the CEO of Tuearis, emphasizes, “We strive to provide our customers with enterprise-level security across the board. We specialize not just in deploying security information and event management (SIEM) and security operations center (SOC), but also in building affordable enterprise-grade security programs across many disciplines for mid-market companies.”

Tuearis’ core managed security services include network monitoring and SOC, encompassing SIEM technology, firewalls, endpoint security platforms, mobile security, and more. Adopting a holistic approach, Tuearis aggregates reams of data from servers, applications, and security platforms to provide clients with a comprehensive awareness about their environment. Starting from endpoint security, Tuearis focuses on unified endpoint management, mobile device management all the way up to email security, SOC-as-a-service, firewall-as-a-service, hardware licensing, and managing existing firewalls. Besides, the company’s standard package of securing servers and endpoints also includes an endpoint security platform as well as scanning and patching services.

To deploy the multitude of technology Tuearis follows a methodical, consultative approach beginning with discussing at length the clients’ current concerns, existing malware, and threats specific to their industry or business type.

We specialize not just in deploying security information and event management (SIEM) and security operations center (SOC), but also in building affordable enterprise-grade security programs across many disciplines for mid-market companies


“Drawing on our expertise in several different technologies, our consultative approach involves a thorough analysis of the client’s environment, followed by which we offer them a list of recommendations on what they have in place, what we would put in place, and how we manage it,” adds Elmore. While some companies have enterprise-grade security solutions in place, they are often skeptical about the level of security these solutions offer or are incapable of managing them. To that end, Tuearis helps clients with professional services, auditing all of their existing technology, and enabling them to understand how effective they are in practice. More importantly, the Tuearis team maintains clear and concise communication with clients, be it the leadership or the IT staff, keeping them apprised of everything they do along the way and serving as an affordable extension of their in-house security teams. Recently, Tuearis helped a client remediate a ransomware attack by restoring the lost data, rebuilding servers while analyzing their existing firewalls, email security, and endpoint security. On realizing that the attack came in via email, Tuearis discovered that the existing security technologies were not being properly managed or used to their fullest potential. Tuning those technologies and devising a robust endpoint security solution for them, Tuearis secured the client environment and ensured that they are able to deal with such incidents in the future. This same client suffered a follow up attack weeks later but was successfully defended without any further impact on the business, thanks to Tuearis’ efforts.

Having worked with multiple Fortune 100 companies and government agencies, Elmore has observed the issues in the cybersecurity space from close quarters. With Elmore at the helm, Tuearis has marked its prominence by helping clients of all sizes— from small and mid-market companies to Fortune 100 enterprises. Recently, Tuearis has partnered with IBM to offer them a cost-competitive QRadar-as-a-service instead of just reselling and deploying the platform. Tuearis is seeing particularly notable growth among municipal and state-level governments. Tuearis Cyber has every intention of staying on the cutting-edge of the cybersecurity/SIEM space.
Tuearis Cyber

Company
Tuearis Cyber

Headquarters
Plano, TX

Management
Jason Elmore, CEO