Cyber Threat Management
Threat players are becoming more sophisticated, well-funded and motivated, with administrations today facing huge security challenges. To meet up theses security challenges, these organizations must move forward from the protective and reactive approach to a new defensive, and proactive approach, also known as MDR – a Managed detection and Response System. This is a Managed Cyber Security for cyber threat management.
Changing security monitoring and gateway solutions to MDR, advancing and delivering 24/7 security threat monitoring and detection of European Security operations (SOC) out of Europe. CTM Management has been advanced over the past decades, drawing on threat intelligence expert experience, incident response investigators, defense operation analysts, malware analysis team and forensic experts. The CTM Services proven capability is basically based on the combination of purpose build technologies stacks and unique threat intelligence. The cyber threat management is very important to protect your sensitive data and its flow.
What Is Risk Management?
Threat management is an exercise of using a combination of the detection system, like intrusion detection system (IDS), event management (SIEM) and security information system, etc. The security tool is to proactively monitor and counter-threat to the business network.
The unified risk management is a specified system that collects all of threat management tools into one single solution. The UTM allows you to deal only with a single technology dealer for all the threat management needs. The UTM minimize the complexity of your business network security, also help management efforts and time.
When You Need a UTM System?
The UTM is a very valuable component of cybersecurity risk management overall. Let’s look at why purchasing the latest cybersecurity tool may not be an ideal replacement for having the mature cybersecurity program which looks beyond instead of having the latest tools to:
- Detect what needs protecting.
- It develops a very long-term strategy which takes into the account organization needs for many years.
- Establish what threat there is to the business.
The same system applies here, the unified risk management system, there is no matter how strong, but is not the replacement of a sound cybersecurity strategy. Although, this is a useful part of that strategy. The UTM tools should loom in the same way as other cybersecurity tools.
Key Solution Challenges
- Reducing the time to mitigate and delete cyber threats.
- Lack of cyber expertise to detect “needle in a haystack”.
- Operational efficiencies when handling cyber threat management programs.
- Entrance to the advanced threat intelligence system and understanding context anomalies.
Cyber threat management systems are specially designed to alleviate all cyber threats, and focusing on persistent threat that specifically targets the enterprises with an aim of stealing and damaging assets and data. These cyber threats could manifest as suspicious networking activity, viruses, Trojans, malicious code, rootkits, phishing attack, unauthorized data transferring and exploited vulnerabilities.
Control of External and Unified Threats
Active cyber threat management system prevents these type of threats before they can reach a large scale of the important data or damage your assets. The targeted malware and persistent threats (APTs) always use the multiple phases to breach into the network, escape a network, and harvests the valuable data over long-term.
Benefits of Cyber Threat Management
- 24/7 cyber risk services and monitoring to ensure better incident reporting and deal with advanced cyber incidents and cyber-attacks.
- Adds huge value to the cyber security defense solution and provides you access to trained experts to help you out in detection and monitoring of threats, retaining an internal team and removes the hiring difficulty.
- Provides your cyber security threat management to ensure the safety and protects you from cyber-attacks.
- Expert analysis by the expert SOC team to make sure that all alarms are trigged, while the endpoint event and deep dive network packets analysis completed, escalating genuine and false positive threats. The alerts are not reliant solely on traditional signature detections we utilize the technical threat intelligence to make detailed illegal insights.
- We always carry analyst-led threats hunting, iteratively and proactively searching through the datasets and networks to identify threats that could evade technologies.
- Our authentic services monitor various organizations and sectors, which allow us to collect relevant intelligence data and later on apply to exact sector intelligence.
- Our proactive platform allows you to see the analysts sees, access to incident and cases, packet data, sensor alert, management, and endpoint alerts information in the real time.
Common Attacks Detected
- Data Breaches
- Botnet communication traffic
- Success instruction attempts
- Drive-by downloads
- Suspicious traffic patterns
- Malware distribution
- Malware distribution
- Remote access tools
- Clouds storage policy violations
Cyber Threat Management Challenges Are Badly Impacting the Business
In this digital world, organizations continue struggling with continues tracking, monitoring the threat landscape, finding sensitive data flow, and communications in between business executives and cybersecurity.
As a portion of ECG research, 350 cyber securities, It, and GRC professionals were asked a question to identify the top risk management challenges. The research reveals below risks:
- 43% of survey respondents identify that they are facing continues challenges by IT infrastructure. Cyber threat management is very dynamic- vulnerabilities and threats change all the requirement, time monitoring, and risks mitigation adjustment. Most organizations are monitoring risk on a periodic basis with the network scan, threat intelligence, penetration bulletins, etc. The Oltsik’s law says: you can’t accurately measure the dynamic environment and static data, but these days many organizations are approaching risk management.
- 46% of survey respondents say they are mostly challenged by monitoring a threat landscape for cyber attacks they can target the organization. Various organizations don’t have threat intelligence expertise and the default for modest blocking mode. The Sun Tzu quote: “If you know the enemy and also know yourself, you need not fear the results of 100 battles.” For the cyber threat management, organizations have no idea about their enemies and lack of continues threat monitoring system means they have no ideas who they are.
- 35% of survey respondents told that they are facing sensitive data flow challenges. So in the end, shielding sensitive data is what that cyber securities expert are paid for, many organizations don’t know where is the sensitive data is residing, where sensitive data flow, or who has the access to this sensitive data. Again, the basics requirements are missing.
- 36% of survey respondents identify that they are more challenged by communicating cyber threats to the business executive. That’s why if you don’t have the right record of data, don’t know the cyber-adversaries, and also don’t know the sensitive data flow, this is a huge security risk for your organization.
The ECG data has represented a critical weakness- various organizations don’t understand the accurate cyber risks, so they are throwing their hard-earned money for the basics security control systems and monitoring tools. This is like to go for a morning walk and you don’t know the weather forecast. This is a great idea to look out and prepare, but if don’t check the forecast you might get wet, or cold.
The cyber risk management gap strongly represents a tremendous innovation opportunity. Services and tools for helping intelligent cybersecurity program, produce a business-centric report, capture metrics will be high in demand. We’re also bullish on the basic tools that apply the machine learning algorithms and help CISOs indicate changing risks and remediation action based on the real-time and dynamic data.