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Cyber Security

Cybersecurity is the practice of safeguarding critical systems and sensitive data against digital attacks. Cybersecurity measures, also known as information technology (IT) security, are intended to combat threats to networked systems and applications, whether they originate within or outside of an organization.

Network Security

Identity & Access Management Data Protection

Data Protection

Vulnerability Management Detect and Response

Network Security

Network security is the combination of multiple layers of defenses at the network’s edge and within the network. Policies and controls are implemented at each network security layer. Authorized users have access to network resources, but malicious actors are prevented from executing exploits and threats.

Firewall
  • Firewalls use predefined security rules to control incoming and outgoing network traffic. Firewalls are a necessary part of daily computing because they keep out unwanted traffic. Network security is heavily reliant on firewalls, particularly Next Generation Firewalls, which are designed to block malware and application-layer attacks.

Remote Access VPN
  • Access via the internet, Individual hosts or clients, such as telecommuters, mobile and extranet users, can gain remote and secure access to a company network via VPN. Each host typically installs VPN client software or employs a web-based client. Multi-factor authentication, endpoint compliance scanning, and encryption of all transmitted data ensure the privacy and integrity of sensitive information.

Network Segmentation
  • Network segmentation establishes boundaries between network segments in which assets within the group share a common function, risk, or role within an organization. The perimeter gateway, for example, separates a company network from the Internet.

Zero Trust Network Access
  • According to the zero trust security model, a user should only have the access and permissions necessary to fulfill their role. Zero trust network access, also known as software-defined perimeter (SDP) solutions, allows for granular access to an organization's applications by users who need it to perform their duties.

Email Security

Email gateways are the most common source of security breaches. Attackers use personal information and social engineering tactics to create sophisticated phishing campaigns that deceive recipients and redirect them to malicious websites. To prevent the loss of sensitive data, an email security application blocks incoming attacks and controls outbound messages.

Web security

A web security solution will manage your employees' web usage, block web-based threats, and prevent access to malicious websites. It will safeguard your web gateway, whether it is on-premises or in the cloud.

Behavioral analytics

To detect abnormal network behavior, you must first understand what normal network behavior looks like. Behavioral analytics tools detect activities that deviate from the norm. Your security team will then be able to better identify indicators of compromise that may indicate a problem and quickly remediate threats.

Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)

An intrusion prevention system (IPS) is a network security and threat prevention tool. An intrusion prevention system (IPS) is used to detect malicious activity, record detected threats, report detected threats, and take preventative action to prevent a threat from causing harm. An intrusion prevention system (IPS) tool can be used to continuously monitor a network in real time.

Sandboxing

It’s a cyber-security practice that runs a code or opens a file in a safe & isolated environment that resembles the environment of the end user. Sandboxing monitors the behavior of files or code as they are opened in order to prevent threats from entering the network.

Data Protection

User Behavior Analysis
  • Identify behavior anomalies and uncover potential threats in real time.

User Activity Monitoring
  • User activity should be monitored and controlled to ensure compliance with internal security policies and regulatory requirements.

Insider Threat Protection
  • Automate risk detection and prevent undesirable employee behavior. We employ intelligent rules and alerts to keep your organization safe at all times.

Compliancy
  • Ensure ongoing compliance for GDPR, HIPAA, PCI, and other regulations by detecting and alerting users to non-compliant actions in real time.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data loss prevention (DLP) is a set of tools and processes used to prevent sensitive data from being lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users.

Employee Monitoring

Monitor employee activities to make sure only productive application are being used.

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)

SIEM (security information and event management) is a single security management system that provides full visibility into network activity, allowing you to respond to threats in real time. It gathers and categorizes machine data from a variety of sources before analyzing it to provide insights so you can act accordingly.