Provision of mobile forensic software for Competition Council
In dynamic and ever-evolving business environment, it is important to select solutions which not only be best fit for the current IT infrastructure, but will serve long-term organizational plans and ambitions. We focus on identifying the most appropriate solution depending on client needs and requirements, rather than on reselling or promoting any particular vendor or solution.
Privileged access management (PAM) consists of the cybersecurity strategies and technologies for having control over the elevated access and permissions for users, accounts, processes, and systems across IT infrastructure. By having an appropriate level of privileged access controls, PAM helps organizations to have better visibility of access rights, condense their organization’s attack surface, and prevent, or at least mitigate, the damage arising from external attacks as well as from insider malfeasance or negligence.
PAM solutions normally take the credentials of those elevated (privileged) accounts – i.e. the admin accounts – and put them inside a secure ‘storehouse’, separating the use of those accounts to reduce the risk of those credentials being stolen. Once inside the ‘storehouse’, system administrators need to go through the PAM system to access their credentials, at which point they are authenticated, and their access is logged. When a credential is checked back in, it is reset to ensure administrators have to go through the PAM system next time they want to use the credential.
By centralizing privileged credentials in one place, PAM systems can ensure a high level of security for them, control who is accessing them, log all accesses and monitor for any suspicious activity.
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) solutions - a set of technologies, products, and techniques that are designed to stop sensitive information from leaving an organization. These solutions execute responses based on policy and rules defined to address the risk of inadvertent or accidental leaks, or exposure of sensitive data outside of authorized channels. DLP software classifies regulated, confidential and business critical data and identifies violations of policies defined by organizations or within a predefined policy pack, typically driven by regulatory compliance such as PCI-DSS, or GDPR.
DLP enforces protective actions to prevent end-users from accidentally or maliciously sharing data that could put the organization at risk. DLP solutions monitor and control endpoint activities, filter data streams on corporate networks, and monitor data in the cloud to protect data at rest, in motion, and in use. DLP can also help organizations to meet compliance and auditing requirements by providing reports and identify areas of weakness and anomalies for forensics and incident response. Organizations use DLP to protect and secure their data and comply with regulations.
DLP solutions can provide support to three problematic areas, which are common in many organizations: personal information protection and compliance, intellectual property (IP) protection, and data visibility.
Security information and event management (SIEM) software provides security professionals both insight into and a track record of the activities within their IT infrastructure.
SIEM is based on:
SIEM software enables organizations to have better cyber visibility and analyze all the available information in a unified approach. Hence, it is easier to be compliant, the incidents are managed in a more effective, efficient and most importnatly much speedier way. The solution collects and aggregates log data generated throughout the organization’s IT infrastructure, from host systems and applications to network and security devices. The software then identifies and categorizes incidents and events, as well as analyzes them.
SIEM can benefit your organization in the following way:
Vulnerability assessment and management along with baseline configuration form a unison approach towards finding weak links within your organization. Not only it helps to identify where your systems may be vulnerable, it also helps to identify bugs and misconfigurations, hence enhancing your infrastructure‘s resilience.
KEY BENEFITS OF VULNERABILITY MANAGEMENT: