Evaluating your IT infrastructure and charting a roadmap to help achieve business goals
Cyber security threat hunting is a proactive security approach to identify and search through enterprise networks to predict, detect, prevent and isolate advanced threats that evade existing security solutions.
Using the power of intelligence, analytics and environmental awareness; the business values for such approach:
SIEM as Platform
End-to-End SIEM Platform designed to reduce your mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR) through the Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) framework.
Single UI where the team can evaluate alarms, investigate threats, and respond to incidents. The platform should provide holistic security operations capabilities, such as:
Zero Trust Model
New business initiatives and processes have created new attack surfaces, and a corporate security perimeter no longer makes sense. Applications, users, and devices are moving outside, dissolving what was once the trusted enterprise perimeter. Protection is now needed where applications and data, and users and devices, are.
Zero Trust, rooted in the principle of “never trust, always verify,” is designed to address lateral threat movement within the network by leveraging micro-segmentation and granular perimeters enforcement, based on user, data and location.
Protect critical assets, infrastructure, and information by strengthening your organization’s defensive posture through continuous, automated protection and monitoring of your sensitive information technology infrastructure to reduce compromises, minimize the need for recovery efforts, and lower associated costs.
Quick wins provide solid risk reduction without major procedural, architectural, or technical changes to an environment, or that provide such substantial and immediate risk reduction against very common attacks that most security-aware organizations prioritize these key controls.
Industry-recommended, secure and interoperable identity, access and compliance management configurations, and practices for Cloud Security.
Covers both a methodology and a set of tools that enable security architects, enterprise architects and risk management professionals to leverage a common set of solutions that fulfill their common needs to be able to assess where their internal IT and their cloud providers are in terms of security capabilities and to plan a roadmap to meet the security needs of their business.