Unified Cybersecurity Solutions for 2022 - Catch Up, Don’t Give Up
With the cyber threat landscape constantly evolving, along with the upheaval of long-standing operational practices due to COVID, businesses today need to have a coordinated cybersecurity plan in place that evolves with all of it. Global Digital Forensics (GDF) cybersecurity solutions fit the bill. Newly updated for 2022, GDF’s solutions can help eliminate redundancy and excess costs by streamlining and coordinating the process, while still helping achieve the ultimate goal of having an effective and up-to-date security posture.
Effective cybersecurity today not only takes a coordinated approach, for everything from initial risk assessment, to automation and emergency incident response, it also takes having an intimate knowledge of the current cyber threat landscape, which by itself is a full-time endeavor, time businesses would rather be spending on what they do best.
"Doing things piecemeal internally inevitably leads to resource mismanagement, miscommunication, excess expenditures and ultimately a weaker security posture.”
Proven, Unified Solutions – From Assessments to Breach Response
The best way to reduce cybersecurity costs, without sacrificing effectiveness, is to tackle more than one front at the same time. Every worthwhile plan needs a starting point, and in the world of cybersecurity, the starting point has to be assessing the threats you face. Every business is unique, so relying on any type of one-size-fits-all solution is simply destined to fail. Our vulnerability assessments are designed to show you exactly where you stand. We look at the entire digital landscape, from the technology in use and the data needs of the client, to regulatory compliance issues and response policies and procedures. So we’ll not only understand the lay of the land and the entire lifecycle of data from creation to destruction, we’ll also be able to show a client where their resources can most effectively be used, without saddling them with unnecessary bells and whistles which will have no real bearing on their cyber security posture. Once we finish the assessment phase, we move on to the penetration testing phase, assuming the role of a real-world attacker to see if we can break through their security. We’ll do everything from launching realistic spear phishing campaigns, the number one gateway for attackers, to making phone calls posing as support to gather network credentials, which is also a common tactic, as well as attempt to exploit other vectors, like operating system and software applications which have not been updated with the latest security patches. And after we’ve gone through the assessment and testing phases, we’ll know the client’s data environment intimately, allowing us to help our client devise an effective response plan from scratch in none exists, or strengthen any existing response policies and procedures based on what we’ve found.
Integrated Visibility and Response – Leveraging AI and Remote Agents
Malware, ransomware, spear phishing attacks, Zero-Day threats, insider threats, attackers moving laterally across a network – it’s hard to keep up with the speed, frequency and voracity of today’s attacks. Until now, security teams have had to integrate and manage a range of solutions to cope with the onslaught, which is both costly and ineffective. Without being able to communicate and integrate between them, it also makes it impossible to gain full visibility, leaving open footholds for attackers to take advantage of. That’s where GDF’s automated agents come in.
Imagine a multi-layer solution that protects your systems from within your network and simplifies your security posture, including:
- Endpoint protection
- Automated Incident Response
- User behavior analytics
- Deception detection
- Network Analytics
- Full correlation and analysis - providing risk scoring and threat intelligence to achieve optimal prevention and detection
The agents can be remotely deployed across tens of thousands of endpoints enterprise-wide in as little as two hours, with all the components being up and running withing 24 hours. Once a threat is detected, the network is analyzed and the unique automated response and cross-system remediation capabilities spring into action – remediating the threat in real time. Your system will also be constantly monitored by a 24/7 SOC team and be constantly updated with front-line security intelligence to ensure rapid response.
It’s a single platform with one view, consolidating insights from all your layers, streamlining processes, increasing alert accuracy and significantly reducing false positives. It’s the best of automation and AI, with human interpretation and control – the SOC team.
Breach Response - The Help Needed to Get Back up after Getting Knocked Down
The harsh reality is, anyone can become a victim of cyber attackers, from corporate giants, to the watchers themselves, like the NSA and other government agencies. The paradigm of cybersecurity has always favored the attackers because the security side has millions of holes to keep plugged every day, but hackers only need to find one, and it can be new one that’s not even on the radar yet. So it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when, and an organization’s survival will depend on how quickly and effectively they respond. Unfortunately though, many organizations, especially small to medium sized businesses, don’t pursue having a reliable emergency incident response plan in place, mostly citing their lack of time and/or budget constraints. But the truth is, it doesn’t have to be such a costly or time consuming nightmare, and we’ve proven it time and time again. We now even offer no-retainer SLAs (Service Level Agreements) to our assessment and testing clients so they can not only have experienced professional emergency responders on call 24/7 who are already familiar with their digital landscape, but thanks to our network of responders strategically positioned across the country, we can have boots on the ground in hours if necessary, not days, to assist with the response. But many times, we can even start the process of identifying, stopping and remediating the attack instantly with remote capabilities. And the best part is, if there is no attack, having us in the wings ready to go won’t cost the client one red cent. Regular vulnerability assessments and testing are not luxuries, they are necessities in today’s digital world, and we can not only cover those bases for clients, but we can help them develop a customized professional response plan and escalation matrix while we’re at it, all based on the insight we will have already gained through the assessment and testing process. So forget the time and money excuses, the right assistance to help you survive a cyber attack is only a phone call away.”
Unified cybersecurity solutions save time, money and aggravation – So call 1 (800) 868-8189 today and let’s get started, or fill out the form below and we’ll call you.