Solid Foundations

Solid Foundations

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From Challenge to Transformation

From Challenge to Transformation

We work with the most daunting requirements from the largest organisations and exceed expectations on delivery

Security without Limits

Security without Limits

Solid security empowers and liberates business to be more creative, rather than restricting innovation

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Disaster Resolution

If you need help with a security incident, or you need expert remedial help immediately, call us.


/ˈlɪθɪfʌɪ/ : to change to stone : petrify; especially : to convert (unconsolidated sediment) into solid rock.
intransitive verb: to become changed into stone.
IT Security: to cut through the mire of conflicting advice and provide a solid foundation for business.

Security is our Sole Focus 

IT security shouldn't restrict, it should empower:
By providing a solid foundation, we enable business to be more innovative, more creative, more productive. 

Lithify is a specialist security reseller. We provide complex IT Security solutions to the largest companies in the UK and worldwide.
Our solutions are market-leading, delivered by experts with international reputations for excellence in their chosen fields.

We work with our clients on an ongoing basis to ensure that the investment made in IT security is utilised to the full and grows as the organisation evolves. 

We work in the most challenging environments to make security work for the business it serves. Our reputation for troubleshooting and problem resolution is unparalleled. 

Talk to us today about how we can help you reach your goals. 


Hands up who enables uses to access their corporate email on their mobiles?

What about other systems? CRM? Accounts? HR?

What about document shares such as One Drive or Dropbox?

Pretty well every organisation allows at least one of these, many allow far more. 

Whether corporate or employee owned (known by the term BYOD - bring your own device), smartphones now have great array of routes into corporate networks, providing access on the go, increasing productivity and improving responsiveness - the benefits of mobile use are many, but they can also represent a significant back door and one which is frequently overlooked. 

The greatest threat is "smishing" - phishing via SMS in order to gain credentials. Typically, an email prompts the user to click through a supposedly urgent link purporting to be from a genuine application and then invites them to enter their credentials. If a user clicks through such links, and then follows the requested steps, credentials are entered which are then harvested. This allows rogue agents to access systems legitimately and the account takeover is complete. Once a third party has these genuine credentials what damage could they do? I'm sure your imagination can give you a good flavour of what that might mean for the enterprise, and also for the individual.  

Mobiles are also susceptible to other attacks -  malware downloaded via a rogue app,  hidden within a document, or downloaded through infected wifi. There are many more and the list grows each day. 

Of course, once malware is installed on the phone, all the usual rules apply, just as they would on a PC or laptop: malware on the phone - caused by a downloaded game, a funny cat video, a "news" site, is able to compromise corporate applications used by the device, or proliferate around the corporate network whilst attached to the office network or wifi. A rogue document from a smartphone can easily be transferred into corporate systems and then onto the wider network.

There a simple ways to avoid such pitfalls and to bring your mobile protection in line with your other corporate security standards. If you're using mobile (officially or unofficially) as part of your access strategy, it's time to bring security in line with the rest of your systems.

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SaaS Application Security - The Missing Puzzle Piece

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Zero Day Video

The concept of Zero Day can be quite tricky to understand so we've made this awesome video to make it a little bit clearer!     {youtube}b5-50df7Whk{/youtube}

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