Total Security Solution
Increase your adherence to the IAM Framework by regulating who can view or use your computer environment
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE):
SASE ensures only authorized devices can connect to network resources.
This emerging security technology is designed to adapt the networking security environment to the cloud age and the ever-growing number of remote connected devices. Some describe it as an always-on VPN. It adopts a zero-trust connection model, meaning devices are not allowed to connect by default, as in most legacy networking technologies. It replaces many subscription-based services bundled with hardware firewalls, thus representing a cost-neutral enhancement. The constant growth of network-connected devices represents a significant threat to networks and must be adequately managed and contained.
Dark Web Scanning:
Knowing when credentials have been compromised and are readily available for sale allows for immediate action to remediate.
Surfing the dark web looking for stolen credentials is an easy win, and our tool notifies us whenever we find them. It's essential to ensure that the employee isn't using their stolen credentials anywhere else, especially elsewhere on your network or for critical SaaS applications.
Multifactor Authentication (MFA):
MFA ensures that a compromised password does not lead to unauthorized access.
Having layers of protection to detect and repel intruders is extremely important. However, it counts for little if a trusted user's identity is compromised. A single set of credentials is no longer good enough to access any corporate system or application. Users must use MFA tools for nearly everything they access.
A proper password management tool is the only way to control and enforce appropriate password policy.
Weak passwords are pervasive in almost every corporate environment. Users find a way to circumvent every strategy that IT departments develop to enforce complexity. Giving employees good password management tools is the only way to control and centralize proper password policy. Combined with MFA, a password management tool means that only verified users can access corporate systems.
Reinforce vulnerabilities in your organization’s software and cyber defenses
AV that can sniff out variants and zero-day attacks.
AV is the tool that everyone uses. It's the primary layer of defense against malicious files. Traditional AV compares criteria (code, IPs, file hashes, URLs) to a list of known bad. Although generally effective, it is powerless to stop zero-day threats. Nextgen AV has evolved not only to compare against known bad but to look for behavioral signatures to sniff out variants and zero-day attacks. Everyone should be using Nextgen AV. By incorporating the MITRE ATT&CK framework as the new threat hunting standard, our current solution was the only one to prevent infection from the SolarWinds attack of 2020. One of the most significant security breaches ever uncovered.
DNS Filtering allows you to control where your employees visit on the internet.
Controlling where your employees go on the internet makes sense for many reasons. Aside from increasing corporate security, it makes them more productive and means HR doesn't have to deal with awkward situations. Most companies know they should do this but don't bother because of the time and effort required to configure it properly. A good DNS filtering tool makes it easy and minimizes unintended consequences. The ability to make choices appropriate for your organization is crucial.
The ability to customize the granularity of your spam filter to match your business requirements is critical to protecting and empowering your employees.
Ninety percent of all email is spam, much of it has malicious intent, and everyone is filtering some of it. It's essential to find the right mix between allowing good emails and keeping out bad ones. It's critical to have a tool that will enable you to customize the level of filtering needed based on the nature of your business and the sophistication of your employee base. Office 365 isn't granular enough for most organizations' needs.
Detection and Containment
Isolating breaches, immediate resolution of security events and preventing lateral spread within networks.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR):
MDR identifies, contains, and remediates a breach in the moment.
MDR is like EDR but uses top-tier security experts instead of relying on AI to spot attacks in progress. Working within the MITRE ATT&CK framework, MDR first utilizes AI to identify attack signatures and then refers them to a manned security operations center (SOC) for review. This process all but eliminates false positives and means that there are extremely qualified eyes on a breach before the intruders gain a foothold. The SOC then contains and remediates the breach in the moment. MDR is like magic, stopping an attack in progress. Most corporate environments completely lack this capability.
Application Zero Trust
Application Zero Trust prevents unauthorized applications from running.
While AV and MDR are excellent at detecting attackers and preventing them from gaining a foothold, employees sometimes unknowingly short-circuit those defenses by running malicious files. Operating systems were designed to run programs, allowing all programs to run by default. However, in today's threat environment, this feature leads to chaos. Application zero trust flips that premise on its head, and only "allowed" applications can run by default. Although you can achieve a similar result by other means, locking down applications on your systems can lead to significant unintended consequences. Having the right expertise and toolset makes this significant security enhancement a much easier transition for you and your coworkers.
Set and enforce security policies
Mobile Device Management (MDM):
MDM allows the company to enforce policy on mobile devices that have access to corporate information.
Mobile devices are still the 'wild-west' of the network in many companies. Smartphones are treasure troves of personal and corporate information. Despite this fact, many companies don't enforce any policy on them. If an employee has access to corporate data on their phone, you need to implement at least basic policy on the device. Mobile devices are the next frontier in the battle to keep your company safe from cybercrime.