WHAT'S INVOLVED IN OUR 24/7 SECURITY SERVICES?
Our process combines cloud-based technology, highly-trained
security experts and a security response team who take action
on any incidents targeting your network
Collection: The process begins by collecting the most basic
elements of cyber-threat monitoring: the event log (machine
data) and configuration/performance (health check) data.
Correlation: This data is securely transmitted to the cloud, in
real-time, where automated cyber-threat detection technology
sorts through millions of events through a complex
process called correlation.
Experience: The correlation rules used have been developed
over nearly 15 years by world-leading security technologists
and are constantly being updated and improved to ensure
new threats are identified.
Intelligence: Discovered security alerts are escalated to a
team of highly trained experts who perform a deep triage
process by means of human inspection. This “eyes on”
scrutiny definitively pinpoints security incidents which require
attention to remediate.
Response: Finally, a response team member will act on the
threat to neutralize or eliminate it - ensuring the risk to your business is reduced.
Important for your business:
Cyber-threat monitoring and detection are
the cornerstones of an effective IT security
strategy. But collecting the right data,
parsing and analyzing it into manageable
and useful pieces of information is an
extremely complex task.
Our 24/7 security service employs
automated technology, paired with a staff
of security experts, to reduce the risk and
complexity of protecting your critical
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Protect your network from these threats and more:
•Port scans, host scans, denied scans, sudden
change of traffic between certain IPs or other
anomalies in traffic.
•Network server/device and admin logon
anomalies – authentication failures at all times
and unusual IPs.
•Network access irregularities from VPN,
wireless logons and domain controller.
•Account lockouts, password scans and unusual
•Rogue endpoints, wireless access points.
•Botnets, mail viruses, worms, DDOS and other
“day zero” malware identified by
cross-correlating DNS, DHCP, web proxy logs
and flow traffic.
•Abnormalities in web server and database