Jason Elmore, CEO
Jason Elmore is a military veteran, having served in the US Air Force for 12 years. His expertise in cybersecurity and DoD projects led to an illustrious career as a cybersecurity consultant and SIEM specialist serving Fortune 100 companies and government agencies. He observed while working with clients that one of the biggest challenges organizations face is in understanding what their risks are. Though they are eager to adopt endpoint, email, and mobile security solutions, the organizations don't have a fundamental understanding of why these solutions are required, what type of protections they provide, or their impacts on business. Elmore established Tuearis Cyber in order to communicate with organizations and elucidate the risks they face and the security technologies that specifically apply for their situation. With a customized and holistic consulting approach, Tuearis ascertains the best technology solutions for the security of an organization and then works within the clients’ constraints to help them develop policies, and also deploy and manage technologies.
Tuearis is encountering client needs amidst the COVID-19 pandemic due to remote working adaptations. Organizations have missed numerous protections during the transition that can lead to severe cybersecurity issues. "Organizations are struggling to keep their externally-accessed systems secure with the increasing number of endpoints paired with new remote workers unaware of necessary data security measures," says Elmore. With a holistic approach to security, Tuearis focuses on understanding organizations’ needs to deliver a customized endpoint security solution that best suits their requirements. Tuearis’ Managed Endpoint Defense program acts as a complete security package and offers behavior-based Antivirus software, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Web Security, Threat and Vulnerability management, and more. These functions facilitate monitoring, management, and remediation of endpoints wherever they are in the world, and whatever network they are connected to.
We don't want organizations to be afraid to grow their business because it introduces a new risk. We are mitigating that risk
To augment the Managed Endpoint Defense program’s capacity, Tuearis’ Security Operations Center (SOC) collects and correlates data from applications, on-prem servers, cloud servers, and other devices on the network to alert their security operations team ahead of potential threats. Tuearis additionally offers email security, mobile device management, unified endpoint management, and more to the clients to further enhance their cybersecurity posture.
Tuearis advocates the unique philosophy of acknowledging that no two organizations are alike as security needs vary according to the client’s business goals, infrastructure, growth projections, and other factors. Hence, the company first establishes a mutual understanding of the clients’ needs, budget constraints, and the risks they face. Utilizing all of the acquired information, Tuearis works with the leadership and the stakeholders in each organization to help build a cybersecurity program for the specific needs of the organization. "We make sure customers of all sizes feel like they're a part of the process, and hence we have a customer retention rate above 90 percent," states Jason.
To demonstrate a customer success story, Elmore recounts the ransomware attack on 23 organizations in Texas, in 2019. However, the attack was unsuccessful due to the security program that Tuearis had built and was running for a particular client. Tuearis foresaw and stopped the ransomware attack from having an impact on business operations. In fact, the client was completely unaware that an attempt to encrypt their network had taken place until Tuearis informed them!
Compliant with the HIPAA, PCI, HITECH Act regulations, and more, "We ensure our services are evolved, matured, and running all the time so that our clients are secured, not just today, but tomorrow, as well," states Elmore. Tuearis plans to continue advancing their technology and processes to provide value and mitigate risks for organizations. The company has new offerings lined up for Q3 and Q4 this year, which are expected to be game-changers for many organizations. "We don't want organizations to be afraid to grow their business because it introduces a new risk. We are mitigating that risk,” concludes Elmore.