Cybersecurity Solutions

DATA PROTECTION

DATA CLASSIFICATION

Organizes structured or unstructured data into appropriate categories based on file type, contents and other metadata for a more efficient use and protection across the company networks. Data classification allows organizations to identify and tag information that must be restricted to a certain group of recipients. It is the first step before using DLP or encryption.

DATA LOSS PREVENTION (DLP)

A set of tools and processes used to ensure that sensitive data is not lost, misused, or accessed by unauthorized users. DLP identifies, monitors and protects data in use, data in motion and data at rest in data storage area or desktops, laptops, mobile phones or tablets. Through deep content inspection and a contextual security analysis of transactions, DLP systems act as enforcers of data security policies.

FILE ENCRYPTION

A method of encoding data in order to transfer files securely. Encryption helps to prevent tampering or unauthorized access files are in transit and at rest. Only authorized parties will receive the decryption key and access the data, so the encrypted information remains confidential.

EMAIL ENCRYPTION

Encrypt, or disguise, the content of email messages in order to protect potentially sensitive information from being read by anyone other than intended recipients. Encryption is either required or recommended for email compliance in all major data regulatory advice, and so it is important to find a solution that adheres to data regulatory security standards. These solutions provide end-to-end email encryption allowing users to encrypt emails in an easy way.

DATABASE ENCRYPTION

An additional layer of security that can be used to protect against data breaches. Sensitive information, such as credit card numbers or personally identifiable information (PII), can get into the wrong hands even with the most sophisticated and complex protection measures in place. Database encryption refers to the use of encryption techniques to transform a plain text database into an encrypted database, thus making it unreadable to anyone except those who possess the knowledge of the encryption key.

SECURITY OPERATIONS

SECURITY INFORMATION AND EVENT MANAGEMENT (SIEM)

SIEM is a solution that combines the ingestion of events, threat intelligence and risk data with correlation rules, into a single system to improve the monitoring and detection of security issues and provide an extra layer of in-depth defence. As an integrator, CyberSafe can offer several SIEM solutions depending on each organization’s needs and requirements

SOAR

A Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) that combines security orchestration, incident management, and interactive investigation into a seamless experience. This platform enables security operations teams to accelerate incident response times, create consistent processes, and increase analyst productivity. Through integration and command automation with Firewalls, EDR and other response tools, clients can expect an increase on the number of incidents that can be handled by the current team and a reduction on the time needed to handle properly an incident limiting damage. CyberSafe team has all the skills and knowledge to implement this kind of solution and customize integrations and playbooks according to your needs

DECEPTION TECHNOLOGY

Deception technologies are defined using deceits and/or tricks designed to thwart, or throw off, an attacker’s cognitive processes, disrupt an attacker’s automation tools, delay an attacker’s activities or disrupt breach progression. Deception technology is now in its 3rd generation and the growing interest in deception platforms is a result of the realization that legacy detection systems are too focused on the ever-changing tools of the attacker and can fail. Deception Technology is another layer of detection.

THREAT INTELLIGENCE

Threat intelligence is the knowledge that allows to prevent or mitigate cyber attacks. Threat intelligence provides the context (who is attacking? what is their motivation? which indicators of compromise are in your systems to look for?) that helps make informed decisions about security. As an integrator, CyberSafe can help you to find the best solution that will cover all your needs

SECURITY ARCHITECTURE

NETWORK SECURITY (NDR, FIREWALLS, IPS/IDS, VPN, …)

Analyses network data and systems to select the most appropriate control mechanism for the security required. As an integrator, CyberSafe can help you find and select the best software and hardware that fulfil the needs of any organization. NDR solutions use machine learning to find anomalies to the usual traffic on your network, helping find attackers that already succeeded to penetrate your perimeter.

EMAIL PROTECTION

Prediction, prevention, detection and response framework used to provide attack protection and access protection for email. Email Protection helps organizations minimize the risk of costly breaches caused by advanced email attacks. Most advanced threats use email to deliver URLs linked to credential phishing sites and weaponized file attachments. Because it is highly targetable and customizable, email is the primary medium for cyber crime

ENDPOINT PROTECTION (EPP + EDR)

A solution that enables endpoint visibility for a more flexible and adaptive defense against known and unknown threats. Endpoint security is often seen as cybersecurity’s frontline. Endpoint protection systems are designed to quickly detect, analyze, block, and contain attacks in progress. EDR solutions bring additional capabilities as Forensic Investigation features, endpoint isolation and detection based on malicious behavior instead of signatures. CyberSafe can help to find and select the best solution that fulfil the needs of any organization.

WEB APPLICATION PROTECTION (WAF, RASP)

Solutions that analyse the traffic of your web application users to find attack patterns as SQL injection or Cross-site-scripting. RASP (Run-time Application Self Protection) solutions add context to the detection, minimizing the need for learning and reducing false-positives. 

CLOUD SECURITY

Cloud security refers to a broad set of control-based technologies and policies deployed to protect information, data, applications and infrastructure associated with cloud computing. As an integrator, CyberSafe can help you find the best solution that will cover all your needs regarding Cloud Security.

NETWORK ACCESS & CONTROL (NAC)

An approach to network management and security that enforces security policy, compliance and management of access control to a network. NAC solutions have become an extremely valuable tool in recent years, as mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT) have surged to prominence in various industries across the world. Without a NAC in place, organizations take on a huge amount of risk by adopting a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policy, which allows employees and vendors to use their own smartphones and tablets on the local network.

RISK ANALYSIS

APPLICATION SECURITY TESTING (SAST, DAST, MAST)

Measures taken to improve the security of an application by finding security vulnerabilities. Different techniques are used to surface such security vulnerabilities at different stages of an applications lifecycle such as design, development, deployment, upgrade, maintenance. As an integrator, CyberSafe can provide you solutions or services for Static Application Security Testing (SAST) that analyze the source code for security weaknesses in web, mobile or applications; Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) that detect exploitable vulnerabilities in running web applications by simulating attacks, and Mobile Application Security Testing (MAST) to identify vulnerabilities from the application binary installed on a device to the backend services it interacts.

VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT

We might provide a service or provide a solution that is able to enumerate vulnerabilities in the operating systems such as: lack of patches and system updates, identify configurations that do not comply with good practices or vulnerabilities on your web applications or services,  aggregate results and generate vulnerability reports, with a prioritization by criticality of vulnerabilities found.

SECURITY VALIDATION

Go beyond Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) providing a comprehensive view of an organization’s cyber security posture. Use the latest global threat and adversary intelligence to focus resources on specific and relevant threats facing your organization. Emulate authentic, active attack binaries and destructive attacks, including malware and ransomware. Conduct real attacks across the full attack lifecycle with deep and comprehensive integration with your entire security infrastructure. Continuously monitor your IT environment to detect and remediate unseen changes to your security architecture.

IDENTITY & ACCESS MANAGEMENT

IDENTITY AND ACCESS MANAGEMENT (IAM)

Technical solutions, processes, and policies used to manage user identities and regulate user access to the enterprise network. An integrated platform for Identity, Access, and Privilege Management provide secure access and protects business-critical systems and data.

PRIVILEGED ACCESS MANAGEMENT (PAM)

Helps organizations restrict privileged access within an existing Active Directory environment. This kind of solution improves your security while centralizing host system control using legacy resources. It will also let you control, manage and monitor privileged access to critical assets.

MULTI-FACTOR AUTHENTICATION

A core component of a strong identity and access management  policy that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to a resource such as an application, online account, or a VPN. Multi-Factor Authentication provides peace of mind when protecting user access to corporate assets. Its purpose is to make attacker’s lives harder and reduce the risk of fraud and theft, and it is a hugely effective yet simple Threat Prevention tool.

SINGLE SIGN-ON

A Sing Sign-On is a feature that provides users with the ability to access all of their applications, with a single authentication process., for example a name and password, to access multiple applications. Using a single sign-on means businesses can ensure their users work efficiently, without compromising the company security.