Business Security through 24/7 Cyber-threat Monitoring and Response

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No company wants to experience a data breach but it happens all the time. While larger companies can often weather the financial and PR storms associated with a breach, the average small business closes their doors within 6 months of a cyber-security incident. What’s worse is that a vast majority of breaches are active within the network for months or years before detection – the only thing missing in these cases was a security expert looking for the evidence of a compromise.

Don’t allow your business to be a victim of a cyber-hack!

Real-time log collection:

As devices on your network generate logs and events, they are collected and transmitted to the cloud in real time for automated correlation.

Accurate Detection:

Thousands of security correlation rules enable speedy evaluation of millions of network events to identify suspicious irregularities.

Human expertise:

Every security event identified by the cloud-based, 24/7 cyber-threat detection engine is viewed and evaluated by a trained cyber-security expert.

Threat Intelligence:

Detailed analysis of valid security alerts are initiated within a state-of-the-art Security Operations Center (SOC) – staffed 24x7x365.

Security Response:

Threat mitigation and remediation procedures using industry best practices are provided either remotely or on-site to ensure business continuity.

Status Reporting:

Executive-level and in-depth technical reports provide a view of the number and type of threats your network is facing.

Important for your business:

Cyber-threat monitoring and detection are the cornerstones of an effective IT security strategy. But collecting the right data, pars-ing and analyzing it into manageable and useful pieces of information is an extremely complex task. Our 24/7 security service employs automated technology, paired with a staff of security experts, to reduce the risk and complexity of protecting your critical network systems.
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Introducing 24 X 7 X 365 Cyber-threat monitoring and response services

Enhance your company’s security posture

Reduce the risk of a data breach (internal or external)

Minimize downtime and loss stemming from security incidents

Gain intelligence about the cyber-threats targeting your business

Strengthen your business continuity program

Improve regulatory & industry compliance measures

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All of Our Services Make Your Security a Priority

Our process combines cloud-based technology, highly-trained security experts and a security response team who take action on any incidents targeting your network.

What’s involved in our 24/7 security service?

Collection:

The process begins by collecting the most basic elements of cyber-threat monitoring: the event log (machine data) and configuration/performance (health check) data.

Correlation:

This data is securely transmitted to the cloud, in real-time, where automated cyber-threat detection technology sorts through millions of events through a complex process called correlation.

Experience:

The correlation rules used have been developed over nearly 15 years by world-leading security technologists and are constantly being

Intelligence:

Discovered security alerts are escalated to a team of highly trained experts who perform a deep triage process by means of human inspection. This “eyes on” scrutiny definitively pinpoints security incidents which require attention to remediate.

Response:

Finally, a response team member will act on the threat to neutralize or eliminate it – ensuring the risk to your business is reduced.

Contact us today for a no-obligation quote on a 24/7 cyber-threat monitoring program.

Protect your network from these threats and more:

  • Port scans, host scans, denied scans, sudden change of traffic between certain IPs or other anomalies in traffic.
  • Network server/device and admin logon anomalies – authentication failures at all times and unusual IPs.
  • Network access irregularities from VPN, wireless logons and domain controller.

  • Account lockouts, password scans and unusual logon failures.
  • Rogue endpoints, wireless access points.
  • Botnets, mail viruses, worms, DDOS and other “day zero” malware identified by cross-correlating DNS, DHCP, web proxy logs and flow traffic.