IDS and SIEM
Every year, the number of serious cyber-attacks increase. Many of these threats are stopped, but criminals quickly adapt to new defences and evolve and the exact numbers of breaches are unknown.
The most vulnerable are at greatest risk
You might think that that your business is not in the risk-zone for cyber-attacks, but the truth is that the vast majority of attacks happen to arbitrary victims, who simply were exploited because they were vulnerable. Undetected attacks can cause business disruption, information theft and reputational loss. Besides, all indications and statistics point in the same direction; there is a huge increase in the number of attacks against websites and online applications. At the same time it is getting harder and harder to identify possible attacks; they are much better hidden than before and criminals often use multiple ways of breaking and entering.
New possibilities means new threats
You may have heard about acronyms such as IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) or SaaS (Software as a Service), but have you heard about MaaS (Malware as a Service), FaaS, (Fraud as a Service) or its umbrella name CaaS (Cybercrime as a Service)? These services enable anyone with a credit card and a few minutes of their time with no prior knowledge to easily purchase attacks on online services.
A solution online is a vulnerable solution
Businesses relying on services exposed to the Internet must also be aware of what data is moving into and out from their environments, and the more sensitive the data being stored by the business the more prominent is the need to locate dangerous traffic patterns. The systems need to work.
Outsourced and managed services normally have a basic level of security included, but securing your business, planning and building for redundancy, defending against malicious attacks, floods and theft is complicated and expensive.
We protect you!
By offering a unique solution for security monitoring, we can prevent damage and mitigate threats.
We have a two-part solution:
- Intrusion Detection System (IDS)
- Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)