As organisztions digitalize their business, increasingly more applications and data are created or migrated into cloud. Cloud needs to be secured as much as on-premise data center. As a forward looking cybersecurity solution provider, we have identified key areas of cloud to secure for organizations.

Cloud Security

1. Cloud Anti-Phishing email security

2. Cloud Access Security (CASB/SASE)

3. Cloud Firewall & WAF

4. Cloud Pro-active threat intelligence

5. Cloud Privileged Access Management

Cloud Security Services

6. Managed Security Incident Detection & Response

7. Managed SCADA security and Compliance.

Cloud Security

1. Cloud Anti-Phishing email security

Anti-phishing protection is the security measures that individuals and organizations can take to prevent a phishing attack or to mitigate the impact of a successful attack. Certain anti-phishing protection may block email containing phishing attacks from entering a company's email system at all. Other anti-phishing protection measures can block users from clicking on links and attachments within an email they have received that might be dangerous. And anti-phishing awareness training can protect users by educating them about how to recognize phishing attacks.

2. Cloud Access Security (CASB/SASE)

(CASB - Cloud Access Security Broker)

A cloud access security broker is an on-premises or cloud-based software that sits between cloud service users and cloud applications,

and monitors all activity and enforces security policies.

(SASE - Secure Access Service Edge)

Secure Access Service Edge - SASE simplifies wide-area networking and security by delivering both as a cloud service directly to the source of connection rather than the enterprise data center.

3. Cloud Firewall & WAF (Web Application Firewall)

(Cloud Firewall)

A Cloud Firewall is a network security device via the cloud that monitors and filters incoming and outgoing network traffic based on an organization's previously established security policies. At its most basic, a firewall is essentially the barrier that sits between a private internal network and the public Internet.

(Cloud WAF - Web Application Firewall)

A Cloud web application firewall (WAF) protects web applications from a variety of application-layer attacks such as cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection, and cookie poisoning, among others. Attacks to apps are the leading cause of breaches—they are the gateway to your valuable data. With the right WAF in place, you can block the array of attacks that aim to exfiltrate that data by compromising your systems.

4. Cloud Proactive threat intelligence

In cloud proactive threat intelligence, the coverage within the organization's network and software applications need to be quantified as a defined scope. Threat intelligence solutions and services can provide an avalanche of information to the point where it loses its value.

5. Cloud Privilege Access Management

Cloud Privileged access is a type of administrative or super-user access that allows for the full control of critical computer systems and applications anywhere, and at any time. It is a set of policies, processes, and tools that protect, manage, and monitor privileged access, users, and credentials.

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6. Managed Security Incident Detection & Response

We provide Incident detection and response managed services, also known as attack/threat detection and response, is the process of finding intruders in your infrastructure, retracing their activity, containing the threat, and removing their foothold.

7. Managed SCADA security and Compliance

We provide managed services for SCADA security is the practice of protecting supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks, a common framework of control systems used in industrial operations. These networks are responsible for providing automated control and remote human management of essential commodities and services such as water, natural gas, electricity and transportation to millions of people. They can also be used to improve the efficiencies and quality in other less essential (but some would say very important!) real-world processes such as snowmaking for ski resorts and beer brewing. SCADA is one of the most common types of industrial control systems (ICS).