Cyber Security Solutions


Processes Designed

To Protect

Cybersecurity refers to the set of practices, technologies, and processes designed to protect computers, networks, and data from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction. It involves implementing measures such as access control, encryption, and network monitoring to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. Common cyber threats include malware, phishing, ransomware, and social engineering.

Organizations must perform regular vulnerability assessments, incident response planning, and workforce training to maintain a strong security posture. Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning are also being utilized to enhance threat detection and response. Cybersecurity is a critical component of protecting sensitive information in an increasingly connected digital world

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File Integrity
Monitoring Solutions

FIM is a security technology that detects file changes that may indicate a cyber-attack.
However, many organizations struggle with too much noise and lack of context, making it
difficult to determine if changes pose a risk. True FIM goes beyond change detection to
provide insight and actionable intelligence by setting policies, baselining files, monitoring and
reconciling changes, alerting unauthorized changes, and reporting.

Change management
Real Time Monitoring

Privilege Access

Privileged Access Management (PAM) is an essential security control that protects privileged accounts from compromise. It works by managing identities with special access beyond regular users through people, processes, and technology. Compromised credentials of an administrator or service account could lead to data breaches and compromise confidential data. PAM adds an extra layer of security to protect privileged access accounts, which hold the keys that unlock every door in a technology environment.

Password Access Management
Remote Access Management

End Point Management
& Protections

Endpoint management and protection involves monitoring and securing devices that access a network, such as laptops, smartphones, and tablets. Threat intelligence platforms, threat feeds, and sandboxes are tools used in endpoint protection to detect and prevent cyber-attacks. These technologies provide insights into potential security risks and allow security teams to respond quickly to mitigate any threats.

Threat Intelligent Platform
Threat Feeds


To maintain a high level of security in their network environment, organizations perform vulnerability management, which involves identifying, categorizing, prioritizing, and resolving vulnerabilities in operating systems, enterprise applications, browsers, and end-user applications. This ongoing process proactively addresses vulnerabilities before they are exploited for a cyber-attack, requiring the patching of operating systems and applications and reconfiguring security settings throughout the network environment.

Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Services (VAPS)

NDR, XDR and
EDR Solutions

NDR (Network Detection and Response), XDR (Extended Detection and Response), and EDR (Endpoint Detection and Response) are cybersecurity solutions that provide advanced threat detection and response capabilities. They use various techniques such as Deception and Active Directory Security to detect and respond to cyber threats across an organization’s network and endpoints. These solutions help organizations to improve their security posture and prevent cyber-attacks.

Active Directory Security


Crisis Management is a process that organizations use to prepare for and respond to a cyber incident. It involves simulating attacks, upskilling employees, and optimizing cyber work to minimize the impact of a cyber-attack. Crisis management can help organizations respond effectively to cyber incidents, reducing damage and improving recovery times.

Attack Simulation
Up Skilling
Cyber Work Optimization

Response (IR)

Incident response is a process used to detect, contain, and eliminate cyberattacks. The aim is to quickly halt attacks to prevent damage and future attacks. Best practice guidelines recommend a seven-step process, including preparation, identification, containment, eradication, restoration, learning, testing, and repeating. Preparation is key, and there are four stages to a major incident: initial response, consolidation, recovery, and restoration.

Application & Email

Application security involves integrating security measures into the development and testing of applications to prevent vulnerabilities and unauthorized access. The emergence of complex multi-cloud and hybrid environments, innovative cyberthreats, and pervasive adoption of APIs have increased application security risks. These risks, which can result in serious harm to businesses or organizations, require sophisticated tools to address them, as traditional security approaches are unable to keep pace with rapidly evolving digital transformation. Additionally, security teams face the challenge of managing an unmanageable flood of alerts with too many tools.

Cyber workforce

Cyber workforce optimization is the process of improving the effectiveness and efficiency of a cybersecurity team through various strategies such as training, upskilling, and workload management. It involves identifying skill gaps, optimizing team structures, and implementing strategies to increase productivity and reduce burnout. Cyber workforce optimization can help organizations better manage their cybersecurity resources and respond to threats more effectively.

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