Cyber Security

A strong Cyber Security strategy can provide a good security posture against malicious attacks.

Cyber Security

Cyber Security

Cyber Security is the protection of inter-connected systems such as hardware, software and data from cyber threats and It’s also instrumental in preventing attacks that aim to disable or disrupt a system’s or device’s operations.

A strong cyber security strategy can provide a good security posture against malicious attacks designed to access, alter, delete, destroy or extort an organization’s or user’s systems and sensitive data.

Why we need Cyber Security for our organization?

Today’s Businesses runs of IT and with an increasing number of users, devices and applications in the modern enterprise and combined with sensitive or confidential data – the importance of cyber security continues to grow.

Core Components of Cyber Security

The cyber security is a broad term that covers multitude of technologies, devices and processes, the coordination of which within the organization is crucial to the success of a cyber security.

  • Network Security – Firewall/UTM/NGFW, IDS/IPS, Sandboxing
  • End Point Security – AV/NGAV/EDR, DLP, Encryption
  • Email Security
  • Application Security – Multifactor Authentication, Web Application Firewall(WAF),SSL/TLS
  • Information or Data Security – Backup
  • Disaster Recovery (DR)/Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
  • Operational Security
  • Cloud Security – CASB, Oauth 2.0
  • Physical Security
  • End-User Education

Benefits of Cybersecurity

  • Business protection against cyberattacks and data breaches.
  • Protection for data and networks.
  • Prevention of unauthorized user access.
  • Improved recovery time after a breach.
  • Protection for end users and endpoint devices.
  • Regulatory compliance.
  • Business continuity.
  • Improved confidence in the company’s reputation and trust for developers, partners, customers, stakeholders and employees.


Unified Threat Management (UTM) provides multiple security features and services in a single device. UTM includes functions such as Firewall, Antivirus, Antispam, IDS/IPS, Web-Application Control, Sandboxing, Link Load Balance, Bandwidth Management, Client Authentication, VPN, Reporting.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication is an electronic authentication method in which a user is granted access to a website or application only after successfully presenting two or more pieces of evidence to an authentication mechanism.

End Point Protection (AV/NGAV)

Next-Generation Antivirus takes advanced level of endpoint security protection. It goes beyond known file-based malware signatures and heuristics because it’s a system-centric, cloud-based approach. It allows it to be deployed in hours instead of months.

Web Application Firewall (WAF)

Application security is increasingly complex. Web Application Firewall makes it simple. Web Application Firewall is a part of an integrated platform that brings a comprehensive set of interoperable solutions and capabilities together.

Data Loss Prevention (DLP)

Data loss prevention software detects potential data breaches/data ex-filtration transmissions and prevents them by monitoring, detecting and blocking sensitive data while in use, in motion, and at rest. (DLP) is the practice of detecting and preventing data breaches.

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