Managed Detection & Response

Practice shows that cybercriminals often take months of unseen opportunity to infect a corporate network before an attack is carried out. Unfortunately, many companies and organizations are not yet adequately prepared to detect and prevent this. Security Information Event Monitoring (SIEM) by our own Security Operations Center (SOC) provides the solution. By collecting data from various sources, and applying smart analysis and correlation techniques, suspicious activities and information flows in your corporate network are detected. Monitoring your IT-environment is a continuous process.

By applying Security Orchestration & Automated Response (SOAR), suspicious situations can be intervened automatically. Infected systems can be automatically quarantined to prevent infection of the rest of the network and to enable further investigation. Because this can be fully automated, it effectively provides continuous protection against cybercriminals.

In a modern IT landscape, a single layer of IT security cannot be relied upon at the outer boundary of the corporate network. The laptops, tablets and phones used by users are sometimes active within the network, but increasingly outside it. Thus, from an information security perspective, we must assume that such a device can become infected. The consequence is that the contamination can nestle in your IT landscape resulting in disruption of your business continuity or ex-filtration of (confidential) information. Surveillance on these so-called endpoints is therefore becoming increasingly important to quickly detect and eliminate a threat.

With modern Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) capabilities, based on detection rules combined with machine learning technology and user behavior, it is much easier to determine if anything unusual is taking place. The response capabilities immediately allow for automatic intervention to prevent malware from spreading throughout your organization.