Identity Governance and Administration
Identity management, also known as identity and access management, is a framework of policies and technologies to ensure that the right users have the appropriate access to technology resources.
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a system of processes, technologies, and policies that allows you to encrypt and sign data. You can issue digital certificates that authenticate the identity of users, devices, or services. These certificates create a secure connection for both public web pages and private systems—such as your virtual private network (VPN), internal Wi-Fi, wiki pages and other services that support MFA.
Certificate Lifecycle Management makes certificate oversight and management simple and intuitive across your entire organization. This solution makes it possible to find and control all of the digital certificates within your infrastructure.
Zero Trust Security is based on the concept of ‘Trust No One’- either outside or inside the organizational network. In this model, authentication is required from everyone trying to access the resources. Sternly, there is a need for strict identity verification for every person and device accessing the private network resource.
Organizations implement Privileged Access Management (PAM) to protect against the threats posed by credential theft and privilege misuse. A PAM Solution controls, monitors, secures and audit all human and non-human privileged identities and activities across an enterprise IT environment.
Risk Management & Compliance
The intensity of change in today´s business environment requires companies to manage and harness the power of proactive Enterprise Risk Management, combining innovative and proactive governance, risk and compliance activities (GRC) into a comprehensive Enterprise Risk program that facilitates seizing competitive opportunities and meeting stakeholder’s expectations.
Vulnerability Management technology gives immediate global visibility into where your IT systems might be vulnerable and how to protect them.
EDR is a solution that provides an integrated hub for the collection, correlation and analysis of endpoint data, as well as for coordinating alerts and responses to immediate threats.
XDR is a solution that brings a proactive approach to threat detection and response. It delivers visibility across all data, including endpoint, network and cloud data, while applying analytics and automation to address today’s increasingly sophisticated threats.
FIM Technology examines files to see if and when they change, who changed them, what was changed and what can be done to restore those files if those modifications are unauthorized. This solution validates the integrity of operating systems and application software files by comparing the current file state and a previous state of a good baseline.
Threat Intelligence solutions enable the organization to make faster and more informed security decisions. It encourages proactive, rather than reactive, behaviors in the fight against cyber-attacks by sifting through data, examining it contextually to spot problems and deploying solutions specific to the problem found.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution is responsible for threat detection, compliance and security incident management through the collection and analysis (both near real time and historical) of security events, as well as a wide variety of other event and contextual data sources.
Critical infrastructures are interconnected with information technology where they become highly vulnerable to sabotage, terrorism, even contamination if not correctly protected by this kind of security system
An Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) is a technology that keeps an eye on a network for any malicious activities attempting to exploit a known vulnerability.
Network Access Control System can deny network access to noncompliant devices, place them in a quarantined area or give them only restricted access to computing resources, thus keeping insecure nodes from infecting the network.
Application Security or AppSec is the practice of using security software, hardware, techniques, best practices and procedures to protect computer applications from external security threats. It also describes the security measures at the application level that aim to prevent considerations that happen during application development and design.
Cloud Based Security
Cloud-based Security refers to the technologies, policies, controls, and services that protect cloud data, applications, and infrastructure from threats. This includes keeping data private and safe across online-based infrastructure, applications, and platforms.
Virtual Private Network is a service that establishes a secure and private connection to the internet. A VPN creates an encrypted tunnel to protect your personal data and communications, hide your IP address, and let you safely use public Wi-Fi networks.