There is no such thing as 100% protection. Once you have come to terms with that you need to start building up your detection capabilities. Detection of threats can be done in several different places (eg:logs, endpoint and network) and they all have their pro’s and con’s.
60% of enterprise information security budgets will be allocated for detection & response services by 2020.
Gartner, Shift Cybersecurity Investment to Detection and Response, January 2016, Refreshed May 2017
One big challenge with legacy security products is that they relied only on signatures to be able to detect threats. (Ex: AntiVirus, IDS…). This requires in many cases that the threat must be known, researched and documented before any type of detection can take place.
To be able to detect todays threat, SecureLink is leveraging Machine Learning and Deep Learning to be able to detect suspicious behaviour that never would have triggered a signature. By doing this zero-day and advanced persistent threats can be detected.
Detection based on Machine Learning technology is however not black or white, but rather many different shades of grey. Is a detection with 38% rating a huge risk or a false positive? This is where the security analysts from SecureLinks Cyber Defence Center helps to analyse the data and classify the incident making this a perfect combination of people, processes and technology.
Complete detection offering across both logs, network and endpoint activities.
Based on next generation technology using Machine Learning capabilities.
Can be combined with SecureResponse services to limit impact of a detect breach.
SecureLink SecureDetect services offer a complete detection services across both logs, network and endpoints that can be combined with SecureResponse services for a complete MDR (Managed Detection & Response) service.
Combine them in a way that supports your budget and risk mitigation requirements.
SecureDetect SIEM is a co-managed SIEM service where a SIEM platform is used to provide detection of threats.
Enabled detection of breaches into platforms that cannot have endpoint detection deployed.