There is a security standard to which every company and every type of infrastructure must adapt: the highest level. In contrast to cybercrime, our approach develops in several consequential phases: assessment, design, delivery, maintenance and management.
The goal of each security strategy is to protect the data from possible attacks and mitigate the effects of possible violations to the network or computer systems, to ensure safe operations protected from risks and vulnerabilities both external and internal.
Any device connected to the network must be identified, authenticated and profiled to control the critical issues and levels of risk that in accessing data and information. In typical attack-kill-chain solutions Endpoint Protection play a fundamental role in the protection of corporate data, providing multi-level security and helping to decrease the proliferation of threats within the network.
Network Access Control
The continuous network changes due to the proliferation of devices and users with different profiles make it difficult to manage the risk levels and the criticalities of the network infrastructure. Network Access Control (NAC) solutions automate the processes of identification, authentication and profiling to access devices that try to enter the wired, wireless or VPN network and allow companies to constantly and dynamically apply company policies in any context.
Mobile Device Management
Mobile Device Management solutions are essential for the governance of mobile devices and integration with the remaining components of Network Security helps ensure secure access to data that the devices can access.
Whatever the service to be protected or the authentication process used, the only combination of username and password is no longer sufficient. It is essential to add additional factors to identify with certainty the user, for example: one-time password, fingerprint, iris scan, etc. All these factors can be integrated thanks to Strong Authentication solutions.
DNS security solutions are based on technologies that detect, block and mitigate attacks, while ensuring the highest degree of availability and performance of corporate DNS services.
Intrusion Prevention System
To intercept and contain malicious traffic that exploits vulnerabilities at the perimeter and in the datacenter it is necessary to stop attacks before they compromise the network. The IPS solutions examine the characteristics of the network in depth, identifying the resources present and acting proactively to mitigate the threats.
Web Application Firewall
Displaying a service on the web inevitably raises the level of security risk for the company that becomes the potential object of a category of sometimes very dangerous attacks. It is essential to adopt the best multilevel protection strategies among which the Web Application Firewall plays a fundamental role, strategic in mitigating attacks aimed at exploiting application vulnerabilities, such as SQL injection, cross-site scripting, etc.
Web & Mail Security
Mail Security: infected e-mails and phishing attempts are still among the main attack vectors and to be targeted are mainly users, evidently “close” to the sensitive data of companies. In this scenario, Mail Security solutions in both cloud and on premises play a fundamental role in countering the typical trigger of the attack kill chain, both on traditional and mobile devices and for any mail architecture.
Web Security: access to compromised websites remains one of the main attack vectors that trigger the typical attack kill chain. Users’ browsing is often difficult to manage because of the multitude of devices that each user uses, but the effects of an infection can also be very serious and the evidence difficult to detect.
In the multilevel protection strategy, Web Security technologies that combine on-premise components, clouds and agents play a fundamental role in ensuring secure access to web content from any device and location.
Over the last few years, thanks to the advent of IoT, the prevention of attacks on systems exposed on the web has become even more complex. Denial Of Service attacks are increasingly sophisticated and impressive in volume and complexity and require the adoption of dedicated systems and tools, in line with the multi-level security strategy, which is essential today.
Cloud Access Security Broker
The peculiarities of cloud services and the flexibility of SaaS or IaaS ecosystems are characterizing the large-scale adoption by companies. The challenge is to ensure the application of corporate policies even in these scenarios and contexts that are not always simply governable. CASB – Cloud Access Security Broker technologies provide the company with a detailed view and timely governance of how users use cloud platforms and services, as well as helping mitigate the proliferation of threats.
Perimeter Defense (NGFW)
Implementing an excellent perimeter defense is the starting point for the best cybersecurity strategies, to minimize the intrusion attempts typical of more or less traditional attack kill chains. To this end, the Next Generation Firewall contributes, such as technologies able to inspect traffic at the application level and combine the most modern threat analysis techniques, to guarantee secure access to internal and external services.