The service is a fully-managed cloud-based service where SecureData takes full responsibility for the deployment and integration of the service into the customer’s environment. We maintain the service through ongoing fine-tuning of rules-bases and customised rule creation for enhanced threat detection.
Organisations are becoming more aware that not all attacks will be stopped by perimeter defences and that relying on these measures only, can allow attackers to access vulnerable networks for weeks without discovery. SecureData’s Managed Threat Detection (MTD) services can accuratley and rapidly focus in on indicators that reveal an attackers presence.
The number of rules, requirements, procedures, audits and accountability created by legislation is ever-increasing. Using templated or custom-written rules, SecureData’s Compliance Monitoring service provides monitoring, management and reporting designed to address the compliance challenge at a fraction of the cost of self-managed DIY solutions or complex SIEM platforms.
With just 15 months until the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (the GDPR) starts being enforced, every organisation needs to sit up and take compliance seriously. Even though the clock is ticking, a worrying 50% of companies still haven’t made any preparations for the GDPR. Meanwhile, many other organisations are still struggling to map out the EU’s new requirements and bring their existing systems into line
Before carrying out any form of cyberattack, hackers survey their targets for weaknesses. There’s a wealth of information about your business online and criminals will seek to exploit it. This process is called footprinting; it’s a pre-attack exercise that aims to collect and analyse publicly available information about a cybercriminal’s intended target.
Traditional vulnerability scans can create more issues than they solve; hampering network availability and inundating already overstretched security teams with reports that are either too vague or too detailed to be easily actionable. Meanwhile, unnecessary or poorly planned mitigation efforts only add to the burden on security teams.
Phishing uses social engineering to trick employees into downloading malware or disclosing sensitive information. Fraudulent emails are most common, but cybercriminals also use instant messaging, mobile apps, social networks and SMS text messaging. These attacks frequently succeed because they target users, not technology. Your business is only ever as secure as its least security conscious employee.
Recent high profile hacks have shown that hackers exploit common vulnerabilities using well understood and documented techniques. Every organisation is a target, even those without high value information assets. Cybercriminals will scour the Internet for vulnerable systems and organisations with weak IT security. It is important to identify your weaknesses before cybercriminals do.
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Websites and web applications are critical when engaging with employees, customers and partners, but any organisation that relies on its online presence, cloud-based infrastructure or apps is at risk from the rising tide of Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks.