Managed Security Services

We become your eyes and shield!

Industry Challenges

Cyber Attack Risk

Improve security posture, reduced attack surface and risk of data breach.

Continuous Compliance

Identify and understand the state of compliance on ongoing basis.

Security Expertise

Multidimensional advice and remediation steps from security experts.

IT Governance

Streamline governance processes,
and compliance controls built directly into IT processes.

Trustable Systems

Build trust with stakeholders and
customers by providing.

Reporting Creation

Availability of audit-ready reporting that helps IT staff stay one step ahead of requirements, mandates and auditors.

Solutions

Our Managed Detection & Response (MDR) protection comes with flexibility to choose the most appropriate level of protection for each of your assets to ensure you have the right coverage and achieve the desired security outcome at the best possible cost for your business.

Real-time security monitoring
of networks and logs

Human analysis with
certified security experts

Analytics engine to
find potential threats

Real-time security monitoring of networks and logs

Human analysis with certified security experts.

Analytics engine to find potential threats

24×7 response to incidents and attacks

Security remediation from certified security experts

Audit and compliance
reporting

24×7 response to
incidents and attacks

Security remediation from
certified security experts

01

Essentials

Delivers cost effective asset discovery, vulnerability and configuration scanning and endpoint detection & response.

02

Professional

Delivers 24/7 threat detection and incident management with a 15-minute triage SLA and MDR Concierge support.

03

Enterprise

An extention of your staff, providing in-depth individualized evaluation, protection & customized respose services.

Essentials

Professional

Enterprise

Service Aspects

Implementation Support

24/7 Platform Support

PCI Dispute and PCI DSS and ASV Program Support

MDR Concierge

24/7 Threat Management

15-minute Escalation SLA

Emerging Threat Response

On-Demand Tuning and Sensor Optimization

Expert Log Review

Designated Security Expert

Threat Hunting

Proactive Tuning and Sensor Optimization

Extended Security Investigations

Security Posture Review

Features

Hybrid Asset Discovery

Internal and External Vulnerability Scanning

Cloud Configuration Checks

Endpoint Detection and Response

PCI Scanning

Network Security Monitoring

Log Data Monitoring

Log Collection and Search with 12 Month Retention

Real-time Reporting

Cloud Security Service Integration

Cloud Change Monitoring

Use Behavior Monitoring

Coverage

Cloud

Network

System

Application

Endpoint

Comprehensive

Automated

Hybrid

Platform

Collect

Analyze

Enrich

Report

Notify

SaaS Scalability
Continual Innovation
Threat Analytics

Network
Endpoint
Cloud

Correlational
Behavioral Machine
Learning

Vulnerabilities
Configurations
Remediation

Audit-Ready
Real-time
Search

Telephone
E-Mail
API

Expertise

Analyze

Triage

Escalate

Remediate

Educate

24/7 Security Operations
Global Threat Research
Threat Hunting

Threat
Analysis

False Positive
Reduction

15 Minute SLA

Actionable
Intelligence

Prenvent
Recurrence

Case Studies

FAQs

Let us help you with any inquiry you might have.

What is a Zero Day Vulnerability in Computer Security?

A zero-day vulnerability is an error in software or hardware that has not yet been patched. This can occur due to misconfigurations in the system, as well as implementation flaws.

Zero-day vulnerabilities are traded on black markets and sold for large amounts of money. In addition to hackers, some organizations pay researchers to find and identify these flaws.

What is the difference between MDR and SIEM?

MDR and SIEM are two solutions that can help organizations with their cybersecurity needs. However, they have different capabilities and must be evaluated separately.

Managed Detection and Response is similar to SIEM in that it focuses on proactive threat hunting and detection. Additionally, it offers a wide array of tools and services to analyze the current environment and build a comprehensive strategy. It is designed to provide businesses with a more scalable solution.

MDR is a managed security service, while SIEM is a security information and event management system. While these two types of solutions have several things in common, their differences can be important when choosing a cybersecurity solution.

One key difference is the scope of incident response. Most regulatory compliance mandates require logging and monitoring, making MDR and SIEM best combined to achieve a layered, deep security solution.

Another major difference is that MDR services can be offered by third-party providers, making them ideal for companies with little in-house expertise. For example, healthcare service providers and insurance companies may need MDR.

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