Network Infrastructure Security
Look outside the firewall for threats
Network security and protection is incomplete if you’re only looking for threats to your business on the inside.
Your network tools may identify port scans on the network if they’ve occurred but that’s only half the story. You need to know if bad actors are discussing or planning an attack using this information.
VPN providers are an attractive target for cyber criminals. If your staff are using a VPN service which has been hacked – their data, devices and ultimately your network will be at serious risk of compromise.
Many types of cyber-attack, like spear phishing and supply chain attacks rely on criminals understanding which operating systems and applications you use. They can identify vulnerabilities you had no idea existed.
Early detection of threats to your business and targeting by bad actors can help you avoid cyber incidents and protect data. This handy eBook shows how monitoring for threats outside of your network helps you discover if criminals have access to exposed details that can be exploited, with real life examples.
“If we didn’t have this type of threat intelligence capability, we would be under attack before we even knew that we were under attack.”
Continuous surface, deep and Dark Web monitoring for IP addresses and network information can let you know if hackers are planning attacks. Automated alerts mean you can sleep sound, knowing that you’ll be contacted if there’s anything to be concerned about.
If your staff are using applications on your network which are compromised, this can inadvertently open a back door to your critical systems. One way to prevent misuse is by detecting usernames or IP Addresses on chat forums, giving you the opportunity to prevent access and seal the door shut.
DDOS attacks require collaboration to be successful. This where Dark Web monitoring can help you understand if your company is being discussed, by whom and what’s being said. Giving you vital time to avert the attack or beef up your network security.
Here is a selection of resources to help you protect your network from digital risk.
Request a personalised Digital Footprint Report to understand if your data has been shared or sold already. See how your business compares to other companies in your industry with this complimentary resource.
The Dark Web is typically seen as a home for criminals trading in illegal goods and services. The truth is, it’s far more than that and businesses should be aware of the risk it can pose to their operations. This whitepaper looks at how criminals use the Dark Web. It explores the kinds of threats that can result from your business data finding its way onto the Dark Web and what you can do about it.
View this on-demand webinar to hear about the latest activity on the Dark Web which could impact the security of your business.