As cyber threats continue to evolve in sophistication and complexity, organizations are facing challenges in effectively detecting and responding to security incidents in real time.
Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services have emerged as an industrial automation solution to this problem, offering continuous monitoring, threat detection and rapid incident response. Only by incorporating AI, machine learning and high-performance hardware can organizations of all sizes significantly enhance their threat detection, response capabilities and overall cybersecurity posture.
In today’s dynamic work environment, enterprises are increasingly adopting cloud-based applications and services, in addition to employees, partners, and customers are accessing resources from diverse locations and devices. Traditional networking and security architectures struggle with modern business operation demands while leaving organizations vulnerable to cyber threats, inefficient workflows, and escalating costs. This distributed nature of operations requires a more flexible, scalable, and secure networking solution, which is what SASE offers.
In today's digital age, the world is interconnected like never before, with information flowing seamlessly across networks and systems. However, this interconnectedness comes with a significant downside: an ever-evolving cybersecurity landscape. As technology advances, so do the methods and sophistication of cyber threats. Organizations, both large and small, face an incessant barrage of cyber attacks that can lead to devastating consequences, including data breaches, financial loss, repetitional damage, and disruption of critical services.
A web application firewall (WAF) is a security platform that helps protect web applications from a range of attacks by monitoring and filtering incoming and outgoing HTTP/HTTPS traffic between a web application and the internet. The WAF is designed to operate at the application layer and uses a set of rules to identify and block malicious traffic before it reaches the application.
Driven by business benefits from richer real-time information sharing, analysis, and responses, the integration of IT and OT is a well-established trend, however operational technology (OT) security is still often overlooked. Many organizations are shifting towards the Zero Trust security model to strengthen their respective network security and improve cyber resilience across industries.
The maritime industry is increasing relying on stable and secured internet connectivity onboard cruise ships and yachts for a variety of internal and external communications such as VoIP, broadband Internet, asset tracking, entertainment and more.
With the continuously growing demand for consumer electronic applications, creating increased data transfers from emails, video conferencing, and remote applications, often utilizing unprotected public networks, makes productivity application tools vulnerable to attacks. The increasing number of network security breaches, increasing adoption of cloud technologies, the trend of network automation, and 5G networks, makes protecting network transmitted data imperative, further increasing the demand to improve network security.