What is Cyber Security as a Service?

In today’s world we are used to having third party security guards secure our physical buildings and offices to protect against intrusion, theft and false entry. This is accepted as a standard service. With Cyber Security now a top agenda item for the CIO, CTO and senior executives, isn’t it time we apply the same model to our digital assets.

Cyber Security as a Service delivers this 24/7 expertise without having to employ a full-time team of experts on your payroll. CSaaS is a software licensing and delivery model in which the software is provided on a subscription basis by the provider, in this case in the form of an appliance and agents that are plugged into the network core.

ThreatSpike Overview

  • ThreatSpike Wire is a flexible cyber security-as-a-service platform that enables enterprise grade security controls to be deployed, managed and upgraded across a global technology environment without the need for continuous investment in new hardware and software products that require time and resources to deploy.
  • ThreatSpike Wire works by analysing network traffic and data exchanged between devices, applying a policy to each in order to monitor their activity and implement security controls. The power of the platform comes from the ability for a centrally managed set of applications to define, and continuously redefine, the data they require from across an IT estate and then analyse this data, dictating the security controls that should be enforced at each endpoint.
  • This cycle of extracting information, processing it and then taking appropriate action allows the platform to implement any network security use case including web access control, network zoning, electronic communication monitoring, malware detection and automatic quarantining of compromised machines.
  • For the first time organisations can evolve their security controls and capabilities without requiring new hardware, software or IT delivery programmes. With ThreatSpike Wire, companies can rapidly get visibility into network borne threats and control user activity at a technology control or policy level. Our platform allows for new applications and use cases to be deployed in minutes.

What's included

Divising an effective security team is always a challenge. Our cyber security as a service delivers the cyber defence application and security experts in one place. Our skilled operatives are on call 24x7, monitoring client environments and using the latest virtual penetration testing techniques to ensure clients networks are protected at all times. As a valued managed security service provider, we offer a complete service and resources needed to ensure your business processes run smoothly and remain uninterrupted.

Services

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Enterprise

ThreatSpike - Next Generation Cyber Threat Analysis Software
Log Monitoring by Security Experts
Vulnerability Alerting
Number of Forensic Analysis Included 2 10 50
Access to Security Personal 24x7 for advice    
Monthly Billing
Upfront Costs      
Network and Application Vulnerabilities
Insider Threats and Misuse of credentials
Hacking Activities including reconnaissance and Lateral Movements
Free Upgrades to Software for period of support

If you would like to know more about the service packs, the SLA’s offered and what we deliver, please contact us.

How hackers get into your system?

Cyber Security is no longer a set-it-and-forget-it action. Cyber threat experts around the globe conform to the idea that a continuous 27/7 network monitoring is the only proven method that brings potential cyber threat damage to the necessary minimum. Any standalone cyber defence application and the analysis data it generates is only valuable when monitored and asserted by trained cyber security experts.

Below you can review some of the most common methods hackers still use in various combinations and sequences in order to breach an unprotected system. Most hackers try to benefit from finding security vulnerabilities. However, some are not tempted by money, and they receive satisfaction from having caused chaos and destruction. Whatever the case may be, you need to be prepared.

Malware

These are usually pieces of code planted by hackers and used to extract sensitive information like payment records or login credentials. The malicious software can be uploaded digitally, but also in various alternative ways. For example, viruses could reach your network through a USB stick found by one of your employees. Can you trace all the information that is currently circulating in your company network?

Ransomware

Ransomware is an example of a century old method suited to work as part of some present day cyber threat schemes. During this act, sensitive corporate information can be blocked and encrypted, and then auctioned back to that same company by the cyber criminals. Hackers often times use system vulnerabilities to insert pieces of software that, if undetected, is used as a base for even more damaging follow-up cyber attacks.

Persistent Breaching

In the cyber world, sometimes pure persistence can be rewarding. Hackers continuously attempt a breach until a temporary change in the system, or a little flaw in online security allows them to go through. The human error fator involved is what makes this method statistically impossible to fully prepare for. It is only a matter of time. Real-time penetration testing is the best counter action to this ever present threat.

 

Targeting Your Employees

This method highlights the importance of human factor in cyber crime scene. Hackers are usually depicted as masters of digital tools. However, they usually are also clever manipulators, and some of their deadliest weapons are complex schemes used to target your employees. In such cases, not even the best cyber defence application will do the trick: your own team members could potentially be the reason your database is leaking valuable information.

Network Security Flaws

Network security levels and effectiveness is hard to measure, especially when most breaches don't leave traces and cannot be accounted for. A simple thing as applying the newest patch on time can mean the difference between a secure system and a total breakdown. Through our free expert evaluation you can view a complete map of your network and spot any possible hidden back doors or any other potential invulnerabilities.

Stalking and phishing

Phishing is somewhat well known method of acquiring information yet the ways it is used usually makes it successful without the person targeted becoming aware of the damage done. This is an old method that still works today, mainly due to its effective camouflage. You may never detect a piece of malware concealed in what looks like an email coming from your trusted partners. As a managed service provider, we provide cyber security as a service where such attempts can be detected and neutralised before they can cause any real damage.

 

Cyber Threats Worldwide

To the right, you see a world map showing cyber security threats activity by region. Below the globe, you can see how many threats from each category have been registered so far this year.

Protect yourself from all major cyber detected worldwide. Find out if you are cyber security ready by letting our experts measure the vulnerability of your network.

  • 1OAS (On-Access Scan)
  • 2ODS (On Demand Scanner)
  • 3WAV (Web Anti-Virus)
  • 4MAV (Mail Anti-Virus)
  • 5IDS (Intrusion Detection System)
  • 6VLNS (Vulnerability Scan)
  • 7KAS (Kaspersky Anti-Spam)
  • 8BAD (Botnet Activity Detection)

Our Cyber Security Defence Team can help you with:

  • Zero Day Attacks
  • Ransomware
  • Compliance Checks
  • Threat Analysis
  • Network Monitoring
  • Network Access Control
  • ISO Compliance
  • Audit Reporting for Insurance
  • Internal Threat Analysis
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