Know Your Business for Optimal Security Effectiveness

The modern organization exists in an increasingly complex and globally
connected world. Cyber-security technology is both an enabler and
inhibitor as organizations adapt to this rapidly changing environment.

As security technologies and the cyber threats evolve, a new cyber
arms race has emerged, which places cloud-forward organizations
and their cyber-security solutions in the cross hairs of a growing global
cyber-criminal industry.

Modern Layered Security – Real Time Security for Cloud Apps & Services

Layer Security 10
COMBATS: SHADOW IT | mALWARE IN CLOUD APPLICATIONS
Shadow IT is a growing risk for many organizations. Employees often
don’t have ill intentions and just want to complete their work, but
nevertheless they can introduce unverified or untested applications or
services into your network, leaving your organization vulnerable.

Modern Layered Security – Advanced Memory & Side-Channel Inspection

Security Layer 9
COMBATS: PROCESSOR THREATS | SIDE-CHANNEL ATTACKS
The most disturbing vulnerabilities — and potentially future attack
vectors — are occurring at the processor level. Advanced side-channel
threats, like MDS, Spoiler, Spectre, Meltdown, Foreshadow and
PortSmash, are shifting the cyber war to an entirely new arena, which
is extremely difficult to monitor or patch.

Modern Layered Security – Mobile and Remote Access Security

Security Layer 4
COMBATS: DEVICE COMPROMISE | MALWARE
Security would be much easier if organizations only had to maintain
oversite of a controlled, defined environment. However users and devices
move in and out of networks — and it is the organization’s responsibility
to ensure mobile workers have secure access when they leave the
network perimeter.

Modern Layered Security – Email Security

Security Layer 3
COMBATS: PHISHING | BUSINESS EMAIL COMPROMISE (BEC) | ACCOUNT TAKEOVER  (ATO)
The use of email — particularly in business settings — is unavoidable.
Because of this commonality, it remains one of the top attack vectors
for cyber-criminals, which leverage a salvo of phishing attacks and
business email compromise (BEC) campaigns.