GEOCypher TDR

THREAT DETECTION & RESPONSE

Detection, investigation, and response to advanced cyber threats with GeoCypher, a DNS cyber response network.

NETWORK VS ENDPOINT THREAT CORRELATION

Cyber threats have grown up a lot over the years, and their maturity and intelligence require more advanced solutions to be able to prevent those risks. The rise of advanced persistent threats requires adaptive learning mechanisms, behavioral pattern detection, and modernized integrations into applications, operating systems, and hardware.

Why is Endpoint Protection Not Always Enough?

To choose one solution to mitigate all threats is impossible, however complimenting your endpoint protection with a network based intelligence solution helps provide a holistic view of your security posture, and will drastically lower the risk to your business.

FIVE WARNING SIGNS WITHIN YOUR BUSINESS

As more devices within your organization are connected to the internet, warning signs can potentially alert you to threats that expose you to risks. Here are a few:

1. Targeted Spear-phising Emails

Email that are highly targeted in nature. Personalized, trustworthy looking, while lending credibility to the message.

2. Odd Logins

Numerous login attempts to public resources, such as email accounts, public-facing servers, and other network devices connected to the internet.

3. Backdoor Trojans

Software programs that let hackers connect remotely to compromised computers and or networks to send and receive corporate data. These leave backdoors into your corporate network, making it hard to detect by standard protection tools.

4. Information Moved

Files that have be moved or copied to other locations within the organization. Keeping an eye for unusual connections from external sources. Network vulnerability assessment could be the only way to prevent this.

5. Data Archived and Ready for Export

Large files that aren’t where they should belong. This process is used by cybercriminals to simplify their data exporting process from the compromised system. Pay close attention, and make sure your organization has tools in place to detect such tasks.

NEXT STEPS:

10 Steps to Cybersecurity

Defining and communicating your Board’s Information Risk Regime is central to your organization’s overall cybersecurity strategy. The National Cybersecurity Centre recommends you review this regime – together with the nine associated security are as described below, in order to protect your business against the majority of cyber attacks.

Network Security

Protect your networks from attack. Defend the network perimeter, filter out unauthorized access, and malicious content. Monitor and test security controls.

User education and awareness

Protect your networks from attack. Defend the network perimeter, filter out unauthorized access, and malicious content. Monitor and test security controls.

Malware prevention

Produce relevant policies and establish anti-malware defences across your organisation.

Removable media controls

Produce a policy to control all access to removable media. Limit media types and use. Scan all media for malware before importing onto the corporate system

Network Security

Produce a policy to control all access to removable media. Limit media types and use. Scan all media for malware before importing onto the corporate system.

Managing user privileges

Establish effective management processes and limit the number of privileged accounts. Limit user privileges and monitor user activity. Control access to activity and audit logs.

Incident management

Establish an incident response and disaster recovery capability. Test your incident management plans. Provide specialist training. Report criminal incidents to law enforcement.

Incident management

Establish a monitoring strategy and produce supporting policies. Continously monitor all systems and networks. Analyse logs for unusual activity that could indicate an attack

Incident management

Establish an incident response and disaster recovery capability. Test your incident management plans. Provide specialist training. Report criminal incidents to law enforcement.

A DNSnetworks’ Cyber Intelligence division.

The Mechanics Behind the Brand

DNSnetworks’ Geocypher team provides a full suite of security solutions and services, including network intelligence, endpoint protection, vulnerability assessments, risk reporting, and more.

MANAGED CYBER DEFENSE

A Comprehensive Integrated Portfolio for Every Stage of the Attack Lifecycle

BEFORE AN ATTACK

DURING AN ATTACK

DURING AN ATTACK

PREPARING FOR AN ATTACK

DEEPSIGHT INTELLIGENCE

Track and Analyze Adversary Groups and Key Trends and Events around the globe for Actionable Intelligence

MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES

Detect and Proactively Hunt for Targeted Attacks, Advanced Threats and Campaigns

INCIDENT RESPONSE

Respond Quickly and Effectively to Credible Security Threats and Incidents

CYBER SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Strengthen Cyber Readiness to Build Employee Resiliency and Prevent Sophisticated Attacks

BEFORE AN ATTACK

DEEPSIGHT INTELLIGENCE

Track and Analyze Adversary Groups and Key Trends and Events around the globe for Actionable Intelligence

DURING AN ATTACK

MANAGED SECURITY SERVICES

Detect and Proactively Hunt for Targeted Attacks, Advanced Threats and Campaigns

DURING AN ATTACK

INCIDENT RESPONSE

Respond Quickly and Effectively to Credible Security Threats and Incidents

PREPARING FOR AN ATTACK

CYBER SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

Strengthen Cyber Readiness to Build Employee Resiliency and Prevent Sophisticated Attacks

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