Advance Security

Typically, organizations commence their cybersecurity journey by first establishing fundamental security controls and then gradually advancing to more sophisticated security measures. This progressive approach ensures that the organization isn't an easy target right from the start and subsequently fortifies its defenses over time. Advanced Security measures build upon these foundational controls to effectively counteract increasingly intricate and targeted cyber threats. Since an organization can't defend against threats it's unaware of, Advanced Security solutions are specifically designed to offer heightened visibility and control, equipping the organization to not only withstand but also prosper in today's dynamic threat landscape.

Advanced Persistent Threat

An advanced persistent threat (APT) is a comprehensive term employed to characterize a coordinated attack campaign in which an intruder, or a group of intruders, illicitly establishes a long-term presence on a network with the intention of extracting highly sensitive data.


Cyber Security Incident and Event Management

Cyber Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) and Security Operations (SOC) involve the real-time examination of security alerts originating from within an organization's network. This practice aims to preserve a secure environment while also upholding the uninterrupted operation of business activities.


Network Security Policy Management

Network Security Policy Management (NSPM) software encompasses a collection of tools designed for ensuring compliance and enforcing policies associated with network security and firewall management. These tools offer capabilities to facilitate the development and documentation of operational workflows for managing and orchestrating network security.


DNS Security

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a crucial protocol that renders the Internet functional by permitting the use of domain names. Organizations widely rely on DNS, and DNS traffic is commonly permitted to traverse network firewalls without restrictions.



Breach and attack simulation (BAS) can automatically detect vulnerabilities within an organization's cybersecurity defenses, operating much like ongoing, automated penetration testing. BAS extends beyond traditional penetration testing and red team assessments by not only identifying weaknesses but also offering recommendations and prioritizing solutions to optimize security resources and reduce cyber risks.



Deception technology falls under the category of cybersecurity defenses. Deception technology products are capable of identifying, analyzing, and safeguarding against zero-day and advanced cyberattacks, frequently in real-time.


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