But cyber controls, technologies and legal requirements are wide-ranging and complex, so it’s not always easy to know where to start.
What if you could build a security strategy that maximises what you’ve already got, identifies potential gaps and improves your overall security, both now and into the future?
Using the CIS Critical Security Controls or NIST Cyber Framework, we can give you a prioritised and focused approach, so you can spend your time and resources where they’re most effective.
We can also assess where potential shortfalls may exist and then work with you to understand which controls should be implemented first and at what level. This includes looking at supporting technology and how best to use it.
Cyber controls are wide-ranging and complex.
It’s not always easy to work out where to start. The CIS Critical Security Controls or NIST Cyber Framework provides a prioritised and focused approach that you can spend your time and resources where they’re most effective.
We use these frameworks to assess where potential shortfalls may exist and then work with you to understand which controls should be implemented first and at what level. Our risk management approach is used to build remediation or improvement plans tailored for your situation. This helps you build a clear business case for how to improve your overall cyber security posture.
Moving to the cloud with a pay-as-you-go model can seem straightforward, but cloud security is crucial.
You need to deploy the right policies, technologies and controls to protect your data. Also, data centres house the crown jewels of your business. Whether in a legacy context or virtualised, it’s vital you have the right security.
Our infrastructure security consulting services help you successfully build and implement the right infrastructure for your organisation. They cover cloud security, data centre security, business continuity, client access and integrity, and voice and IT systems security.
GDPR makes ‘data protection by design and by default’ a legal obligation. To comply with this, you have to embed data protection at every level of your business and bake them into all of your processes. It means you have to take privacy into account throughout the whole lifecycle of each of your business activities to minimise privacy risks and avoid the infringement of data protection rules.
We can help you achieve this, by putting in place a combination of detective and preventative, proactive and reactive security controls. Together, we can make sure every process, IT application, and area of your infrastructure revolves around the protection of privacy.
Our security experts can monitor your Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) around the clock and give you detailed reports on your system’s health and performance. We can manage software upgrades and patching, proactively respond to faults and ensure your SIEM is operational 24x7, leaving your or our analysts free to focus on responding to the events the SIEM detects and flags.
Our relationship with leading security vendors means you get access to the latest technology at competitive prices.
Our Managed SIEM service helps you protect your most important assets, providing you with a dedicated team of security experts and constantly evolving technology.
The main principle of Cloud SIEM is MDR (Managed Detection and Response) which combines threat detection, incident response and collaborative threat intelligence. It enables security operation centre (SOC) teams to effectively detect and remediate cyber-attacks of all types; ranging from zero-day exploits to privilege escalation and ransomware, and our capabilities are delivered through a global network of SOC’s providing service 24x7x365.
Additionally, access to the Cloud SIEM dashboard provides a window into organisational risk posture with the ability to generate on-demand compliance reports with real status of organisation risk posture, people and processes around it.
We have a single platform for Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) detection and mitigation. This means we can automatically detect rogue traffic, with no human involvement and take action very quickly to protect your network.
By using our cloud-based solution, any DDoS attack is mitigated before it hits your network and, in some cases, even before it enters your network. This means limited or no impact on your business and no compromised performance.
Our Managed DDoS Security is designed as a modular, subscription service, so different levels of protection can be added as required with no capital expenditure.
Our Managed Web Security provides you with secure and controlled access to the internet.
We provide a fully managed service, so your organisation doesn’t need to invest in having specialist knowledge or expertise in-house.
We can help you:
Previously, your cyber security focus was likely to have been on having a strong perimeter around your network. Nowadays, your users have access to all sorts of solutions and platforms which can leave you wide open to a vast array of risks. And, as a number of high profile attacks remind us, a security breach can happen to anyone, at any time.
By partnering with us, you can benefit from our relationships with leading security vendors, and you can get access to the latest technology at competitive prices, such as Check Point, Cisco, Fortinet, Juniper and Palo Alto Networks managed firewalls.
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