Network Security

Security Is Complicated

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So far in 2017, 67% of organizations reported an increase in security incidents. 57% said the rise of incidents is due to more attacks, and 73% believe the attacks could have been better identified or prevented.  Over-complication of security can be an issue.  65% of organizations use anywhere from 6, to more than 50 different security products.  Sometimes with the false hope that layers upon layers of security will keep them safe.

26% of security professionals say they operate in reactive mode with ad hoc approaches to security operations and response.  Many firms that have multiple security products also suffer from budgets issues, system compatibility and a lack of skills.

  • 44% of security alerts are not investigated
  • 54% of legitimate alerts are not remediated.

Obstacles for business organizations:

  • Budget: 35%
  • Compatibility Issues: 28%
  • Lack of trained personnel: 25%
  • Certification requirements: 25%                                                            

Traditional concerns remain, while new threats continue to grow:

  • Large scale industrial IoT hacks will increase dramatically in 2018.
  • Ransomware attacks are up 250% in the first half of 2017 at 218,625 incidents compared with 61,832 in all of 2016.
  • Adware infected 75% of organizations.
  • 65% of email is spam, 8% of spam is malicious.

In 61% of organizations, 30% of their systems were impacted during a security breach.  These systems were down from 1 to 8 hours for 65% of those organizations.  The next 12-18 months will be a critical time for organizations to fill their security holes or risk becoming a victim of cybercrime that is likely to cause significant damage to the profitability of their company.  Businesses need to start thinking about protecting their digital assets even more securely than they protect their physical assets.  The time is now to realize that the lock on their front door is no longer their most important security feature.

Cyber Attacks- Defense

As the world continues to become increasingly connected, IT professionals must pay the utmost attention to the security of their organization’s networks. It seems like every week there are new headlines about hackers bringing an organization to its knees. The stolen funds, bad publicity, financial liability, and embarrassing revelations are front page news. How can you protect your organization from these issues?

The problem with signature based and general scanning is that it now only works about 50% of the time.

Firewalls no longer protect because attacks are no longer just coming through your outer perimeter.

For example, attacks may come through the laptop that your accounting department took to a lunch meeting or through a cell phone that got infected through a misguided email.

The solution is to listen for what has already made its way inside your network. The CyberDNA platform looks deep into the packets moving across your network to provide a state of the art system for deciding what should and shouldn't be there with unprecedented precision.

We partner with you to baseline YOUR network and detect anomalies specific to your environment. We develop a personal threat landscape and then determine what the attacker profile for your organization would be.

This Patent-Pending, cutting edge technology uses sensors which capture your network traffic in near real time. Then, our team of expert security analysts verify every log and connection so that you don’t have to.

CyberDNA, takes a different approach to monitoring your company infrastructure through a distributed network of passive network security sensors that we guarantee can show more about your existing attacks and vulnerabilities than any other product on the market.

Sign up for an opportunity to experience the powerful insight of CyberDNA on your network today. Simply call Top Speed Data at 866-998-3282.