In the mid-2000s, as people connected to the internet like never before, widespread infection rates exploded as well. The storm worm virus in 2007 and the koobface virus in 2008 used emails and social media to spread rapidly, infecting millions of computers. Hackers also stole data with the conficker worm in 2009. In 2012, the heartbleed bug was discovered, which took advantage of a flaw in the open SSL security software library to access sensitive data like passwords and in 2013 one of the most infamous attacks occurred, when hackers gained access to retail giant target’s servers, leading to the theft of 70 million customer records.
 In the early days of cyber-attacks, the perpetuators were mainly individuals who were simply intent on being mischievous or showing off their technical prowess. In short, their objectives were individual in nature. Recently, however, attackers and their objectives  are more organised . Groups of individuals on the internet who share the same ideology and convictions and other types of groups that may even include national institutions have become attackers. These new types of attackers also have new objectives: in addition to financial gain, they may seek to disrupt the activities of corporates or institutions. In fact admitting in public to breaches is today become a practised norm.
The techniques for mounting attacks are also changing. To achieve the above objectives, a type of attack called an advanced persistent threat (APT) has emerged. It carefully prepares and executes scenarios that combine multiple approaches and methods. Corporations and organizations that have already suffered APT attacks include major search engine sites, energy-related industries, and public offices. The APT attack aims to access confidential information and corrupt systems in a way that could have a major impact on society as a whole.
Despite the increasing number of data breaches, companies continue to rely on firewalls, threat monitoring and other breach prevention tools as the foundation of their security strategies. Yet most IT professionals readily admit that their corporate and customer data would not be safe if their perimeter defences were compromised.
 With the advent of cloud , the ever expanding perimeter of the enterprise is a much talked about concern from cybersecurity.  The insider threat looms large on any business .The increasing number of data breaches and cyber threats are driving businesses to explore best security practises. The best way to achieve this is partnering with an innovative ,collaborative and reliable security provider.

Solution Area



ROI / Payback


R I T Y &  C O M P L I A N C E

Posture Assessment for Cloud Workloads

Palo Alto

  • Assess the risk exposure of your PUBLIC cloud workloads one time and on a continuous basis
  • Achieve statutory compliance and better security posture




Palo Alto, Symantec, Forcepoint


  • Enhance your cloud security by deploying the appropriate CASB for your use case


  • Enhanced Visibility and Security posture for your cloud applications



Cloud Perimeter Defence



Palo Alto, Fortinet, Forcepoint, Zscaler


  • Secure your public cloud workload’s perimeter with security that is consistent across clouds and your onprem security
  • Manage internet security of large number of distributed branch office through cloud based firewalling



  • Reduce security costs by deploying consistent security across your onprem and multi-cloud instances





Aruba Networks, Palo Alto, Forcepoint



  • Manage your insider threat by behaviour analysis and detection – across onprem and cloud


  • Increase your security posture with behaviour and anomaly detection

Endpoint Privilege Escalation & Application Control


  • Maintain Business User productivity without giving local administrator privilege at the endpoint
  • Have policy based automatic escalation of privileges at the endpoint based on application being run
  • Enforce Application control on endpoint  
  • Reduce attack surface significantly by taking back local administrator privileges from endpoint
  • Reduce helpdesk calls arising out of need to carry out endpoint deskside calls that require escalated privileges
  • Enforce control on software that is installed at the endpoint by users who have local administrator privileges


Privilege User Management


  • Prevent attackers from gaining access to credentials of privilege accounts like administrator accounts in servers, databases, applications and other infrastructure elements
  • Automate the operational aspects of Privilege credential management
  • Maintain tamperproof session recordings of privilege sessions


  • Gain from the efficiency in automation of privilege credential management
  • Mitigate the risks of successful data exfiltration in case of breach by securing access to privilege account credentials – the last line of defence

Perimeter Security

Palo Alto, Checkpoint, Fortinet, McAfee

  • Use Application level identification and apply controls per application per user
  • Manage remote users, Intrusion Prevention, Advanced Persistent Threats


  • Mandatory need at the perimeter – choice of Next generation Firewall, best of breed or UTM

Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) Defense

Palo Alto, Fireeye,  Websense

  • Security against Unknown and advanced persistent threats
  • Savings from potential pilferage of sensitive data, legal liabilities and reputational damage

Web Security

Bluecoat, Forcepoint Zscaler

  • Secure your users from the dynamic threats of the Internet today – Malware and Spyware
  • Provide superior web performance by caching
  • Enforce organization wide web access policies and stay compliant
  • Save between 30-40%  of internet bandwidth expenses by caching
  • Improve productivity of employees by enforcing flexible web access policies.

Email Security

Mimecast, Forcepoint, Symantec

  • Secure the emails received at your email gateway and deliver clean mails to end-users
  • Enforce Anti SPAM and Anti-Virus at the Email gateway
  • Enforce DLP checks through email
  • Save email bandwidth costs by 60-80% by reducing SPAM
  • Basic infrastructure requirement at the gateway

Email Security & Archival

Mimecast, Symantec, Forcepoint

  • Provide easy search and retrieve facility to users for archived e-mails
  • Reduce storage space provided for email at the server
  • Very useful in case of disputes and legal requirements for which old emails may be required as evidence
  • Differs from backup – as if a user deletes a mail it gets deleted from the backup too!
  • Essential business critical requirement for legal, contractual requirements in case of disputes
  • Essential for compliance in many industries

Vulnerability Management

Fortify, Tenable

  • Scan your Application source codes early in the SDLC for security issues
  • Maintain a regular Vulnerability scanning and Patching cycle for your IT assets


  • Save high costs of fixing security issues in application code late in the SDLC
  • Significantly improve security posture for known attacks by tight vulnerability discovery and patch management

Data Loss Prevention

Forcepoint, Symantec

  • Reduce Risk from Data Loss with a comprehensive framework for Discovering, Monitoring and Reporting of attempted Data Loss events across the Enterprise


  • Essential compliance requirement

Log Management and SIEM


  • Centralise logs across the enterprise IT infrastructure
  • Get proactive alerts on operations and remediate early
  • Get proactive alerts on security and remediate early
  • Manage and correlate Security Events across devices in the network
  • Centralised dashboard of operational and security related infrastructure events across the enterprise for quick remediation
  • Achieve Statutory compliances mandatory for your business


Advanced Breach Detection




  • Detect breaches in less than 72 hours, compared to the average of 200 days plus as per the Verizon report
  • Remediate early and keep your infrastructure secure



  • Early remediation leads to potential savings from damaging impact of breach


Next Gen Endpoint Protection, Detection and Response


Sentinel One, Palo Alto, Fireeye


  • Protect your endpoints with signature-less advanced methods against attacks
  • Equip your SOC with tools and forensics to investigate breaches, respond and remediate when breaches happen



  • Improve your security posture on the most vulnerable asset – your endpoints
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