Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover
These five functions represent the five primary pillars for a successful cybersecurity program. They aid organizations to identify their cybersecurity risk at a high level and to develop an effective cybersecurity defensive strategy.
Constantly monitors the risk level of your assets, users, and external IPs to identify your greatest threats. Reviews historical alerts via probabilistic models and uncovers deeper links between alerts and existing rules-based systems.
Firewall monitoring and management are resource-intensive, and the added complexity of constant firewall management can be costly for your organization. We deploy and manage firewalls so you can assign technical manpower to more strategic objectives.
Intrusion Detection / Intrusion Prevention System (IDS/IPS) uses an intelligent packet inspection and capture system to select suspicious packets for further behaviour analysis. We provide your business with a highly effective layer of cybersecurity by employing deep-packet network traffic inspection correlated with common vulnerability exploit (CVE) signatures.
We aim at proactively defend you against most relevant threats. Threat anticipation tools mine over 100TB of global threat data daily, identify global emerging trends, correlate them to your assets, and learn which threat is most likely to strike.
Analysing terabytes of data each second, threat hunting deploys AI models and use cases using commercial, open source and internally developed investigative tools. It allows us to detect unknown threats and hidden campaigns that traditional security miss within your endpoint data, user data, network data, and application data.
Incident analysis allows us to prioritize alerts and remove irrelevant noise. It automates asset forensics, attacker attribution, attack chain creation, and identification of patient zero to confirm or reject incidents.
Incident response deploys hundreds of playbooks to swiftly remediate threats. It centralizes, orchestrates, and automates the four key incident response processes—containment, recovery, mitigation, and control improvement, reducing dwell time from weeks to under one day.