Global cyber-crime is expected to inflict a total of $6 trillion USD in damages in 2021 and 59% of buyers are likely to avoid companies that suffered from a cyberattack in the past year
Cyber-attacks are a harsh reality affecting thousands of organizations every day. There are no questions on the importance of implementing cybersecurity solutions to protect sensitive data, personally identifiable information (PII), intellectual property, governmental and industry information systems from theft and damage attempted by criminals.
Risks never stop increasing driven not only by global connectivity and usage of cloud services but also by this new borderless world we are living in. Gone are the days when a simple firewall would do the work, or an antivirus could be your sole ally. Now, business leaders must give information security a new, much more comprehensive, look.
Cyber-threats may come from everywhere so it’s also vital to educate your staff about simple social engineering scams, like phishing, and more sophisticated ones, like ransomware. In fact, according to a Tessian report, 43% of US and UK employees have made mistakes resulting in cybersecurity repercussions for themselves or their company.
Global cyber-crime is expected to inflict a total of $6 trillion USD in damages in 2021 and 59% of buyers are likely to avoid companies that suffered from a cyberattack in the past year. This report also says that global ransomware costs are predicted to reach $20 billion by 2021. This number is 57x greater than the occurred in 2015.
Cybersecurity solutions: Where to Go?
At a time when the theme of data protection with the imposition of new legislative standards resulting from the GDPR joins the theme of remote working motivated by COVID-19, it has never been more important to be protected like now. If we think that the number of connected devices has far exceeded the number of global populations, we can easily see that some problems are emerging with the spread of internet, mobile and IoT devices. And there are two faces to protect: human resources and technology.
But among so many solutions, how to choose the right one? Here is our selection of 7 proven and leading cybersecurity solutions we recommend to bullet-proofing your workforce and data against all types of threats. The right product combined with the right tech partner will certainly make all the difference.
#1 PenTera – automated penetration testing platform
Focused on the inside threat, PenTera mimics the hacker’s attack – automating the discovery of vulnerabilities and performing ethical exploits, while ensuring an undisrupted network operation. Detailed reports are produced together with proposed remediations, one step ahead of tomorrow’s malicious hacker.
#2 Fidelis Elevate – detect, hunt and respond
Fidelis Elevate provides a streamlined security stack that integrates network, endpoint and deception defenses, automates and orchestrates workflows, and correlates rich metadata across these security layers so you have continuous visibility across your environment. Now you can quickly detect, hunt and respond to threats, while keeping your sensitive data safe.
#3 Nelysis – Detection, warning and prevention of cyber threats
Nelysis protects organizations from new cyber-threats, 0-day exploits and targeted attacks on Physical Security elements and Control Systems networks. It protects (automatic network discovery, interactive network visualization, device profiling, understanding of the normal network behavior). It detects (constant monitoring of malicious activities within the network and real-time alerting). And it sterilizes (communication with the malicious devices may be disconnected and quarantined, minimizing the risks).
#4 Harmony IoT – keeping your enterprise safe in today’s smart connected world
Phones, TVs, watches, coffee makers, air conditioners and lightbulbs are all getting smarter and connected. Your enterprise is likely blind to what all these things are doing, which can be a lot! Harmony IoT delivers an enterprise-grade defense for your airspace that protects valuable digital assets connected to your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth frequencies from IoT-born attacks.
#5 GytPol Validator – endpoint threat & compliance analysis suite
Gytpol Validator is an Endpoint Configuration Security (ECS) and analysis suite used for IT security and compliance. It detects security issues and vulnerabilities caused by policy configuration failures or a lack of best practices. Its initial scan finds in 90% of already secured endpoints and, within two months, users can see a threat reduction in endpoints by 45%.
#6 BitDam – stopping unknown content-borne threats at first sight
Did you know that 95% of cyber-attacks are launched with a click? BitDam protects enterprise email, cloud drives and instant messaging from malicious files and links: ransomware, malware, phishing and data breach. All of this without hurting end users’ experience. BitDam integrates easily with your company’s security infrastructure, has an easy and fast implementation, and does not require changes or adaptations in internal processes, policies or rules.
#7 DarkTrace – artificial intelligence cybersecurity that adapts to the unknown
Darktrace’s Enterprise Immune System learns normal ‘patterns of life’ to discover unpredictable cyber-threats, while delivering visibility across your dynamic workforce — from cloud and SaaS to endpoints and the corporate network. It detects the unpredictable by leveraging self-learning AI to spot novel attacks and insider threats. At the same time, it learns ‘on the job’ by understanding the DNA of your business as it evolves, adapting continuously. Finally, it protects workforce behavior by correlating insights across multiple silos via an open and extensible architecture.
It’s a wrap!
Are you still wondering what cybersecurity solutions best fit your specific reality? Count on our experience and skills in Cybersecurity Management and Risk Evaluation. We work closely with the experts DigitalSkills and Darktrace and have all you need to be your trusted security partner. Let’s talk!