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CyberReef is Fundamentally changing Private Networking for the Internet of Things (IoT)
Our team has a wealth of experience in a variety of applications and will help you select a cost effective solution for any Internet of Things application.
Any customer that needs to provide a secure access to a remote device from the host computer.
- ATM Machines
- Oil & Gas well Monitoring
- Digital Signs
- Remote Monitoring/Telemetry
- Wireless Security and Surveillance
- Water/Waste Water
CyberReef provides M2M Private Networking Services on a subscription basis to end-user customers. Our solution resides inside of Carrier’s network. We host customers’ sub-nets of M2M modems and connect customers to these devices via Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). We also provide 24X7 connectivity management to monitor each and every line on our network. Learn more »
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Businesses all over the globe are struggling daily to keep their data secure.
Many organizations spend a great amount of money and resources on the productivity value of
their company on the internet in areas such as marketing, social media, search engine
optimization, and of course: security.
Security within every aspect of a business is crucial. So how can a business or organization
build a structured firewall as they strive to protect product information, client data, and other
confidential online materials from the dangers of these online criminals?
Businesses everywhere are under constant attack daily, some without knowledge, by hackers
and online criminals on the prowl for their next victim. Everyday stories surface online and on
the news of disastrous hacks overtaking company’s client data and stealing valuable information
such as social security numbers, credit card numbers, and confidential information. Some of the
largest and most trusted corporations have been victimized by online criminals, known as
“hackers”. When this happens, companies are often forced to cover any financial loss and
attempt to re-establish the trust they once had from customers.
Let’s look into this metaphorically for a moment. As an individual, you probably carry valuable
information daily- be it in a wallet, purse, or cellular phone. Do you feel like your valuables are
safer in a crowded train station where thieves may be lurking and you may be at risk of theft, or
in your home where you can lock your doors and only allow those who are invited to enter?
Chances are, you feel your items are far more protected inside your home.
This metaphor is simple compared to the complexity of the world wide web, but it is an accurate
comparison to how a business’s confidential information can be protected online.
An Internet Protocol address, more often referred to as an IP address, is a numerical label
assigned to every device that can has the capability of connected to the internet through
Internet Protocol. This is how devices identify themselves online. There are two types of IP
addresses: Public and Private. Many businesses and corporations today do not realize that
Private IP addresses exist or how valuable a Private IP address can be to their organization
until it is too late. Private IP addresses help network administrators efficiently design their
business network to reduce load on the routers. They also provide security for end users due to
the translation between public and private IP addresses when communicating to devices on the
So how can Private IP addresses protect businesses from the threat of cyber theft?
A company with a Private IP address is far less likely to be attacked by online criminals than a
company with a Public IP address the same way a store with numerous security cameras is less
likely to be robbed than one with none or few. Private IP addresses are far more difficult for
hackers to access. If somehow a hacker were to get into a Private IP address, the extra security
makes it extremely difficult for the criminal activity to go undetected.
Many business still choose to use a Public IP address even with the knowledge of Private IP
addresses because either they do not feel at risk, or they do not feel the investment in Private IP
addresses is yet needed. Unfortunately, many organizations continue to learn the value of this
extra security too late. According to a report by the Ponemon Institute, sponsored by Hewlett
Packard Enterprise, cybercrime costs in the United States alone increased by 19 percent to a
shocking $15.4 million dollars just in the year 2014, the latest full year of data available.
Businesses today, no matter the size of the company, are at an even higher level of risk from
online threats in spite of government efforts in the prevention of cyber crimes. A Private IP
address for any business would allow the organization to stay competitive, span protocols, and
have the ability to automate business processes. More importantly, it would provide further
protection of not only confidential information, but from long-term damages to the company’s
reputation and finances.