Watching the Gates
Unfortunately, most organizations rely on their end users to detect cybercrime. While this system certainly informs IT about an issue, it is often too late once the end users are seeing an attack.
Ransomware relies on stealth tactics to sweep a network before committing to the full network encryption. If a user gets the ransom message, chances are that the entire network is already encrypted.
Our analysts respond quickly to threats and provide peace of mind that you always have a skilled team watching the gates.
Detecting an Attack
Incident detection can be the most difficult part of a security stack. The defense-in-depth model exists to prevent attacks via redundant controls, but the detection aspect is often overlooked by security teams.
Never assume that prevention techniques are 100% effective.
Attackers do just as much research as security professionals on the newest prevention tools and techniques. Incident detection is a different ballgame. Attackers have to learn a network from the outside.
Our engineers are able to use baselining, advanced monitoring tools, and experience to predict the most likely indicators of a major attack.
We monitor for subtle indicators that most attackers would completely neglect to control. For example, a specific alert in our SIEM/SOC services would watch for an account being used in an unusual fashion on a network.
By baselining what is “normal” in an environment, we can then detect attacks at a high rate of success. Even network health monitoring can show computers running at a high average usage, indicating possible malware.
Our team works with existing IT and cybersecurity staff to develop a customized solution to monitor for cybercrime most effectively within your network.
Incident Detection Services
Scarlett Cybersecurity Solution Engineers do not follow a “one size fits all” approach to security. Our team ensures that all variables are accounted for before recommending services. Whether we are working as an augmentation to current cybersecurity staff or as the sole cybersecurity provider, we only suggest solutions we believe will measurably benefit your organization. We specialize in a specific set of incident detection techniques and tools that we have found provide the greatest value and effectiveness for our clients. See the checklist below for a sampling of the incident detection services we provide:
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|Managed Monitoring, Detection, and Alerting Services
Scarlett Cybersecurity will augment your current IT and cybersecurity staff by providing centralized alerting and detection.
|Fully Managed SIEM/SOC Services
Security information and event management (SIEM) + Security Operation Center (SOC) services provide a comprehensive monitoring solution for your network.
|Advanced Endpoint Detection and Response
Advanced Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions with Deep System Forensics and Ransomware Rollback.
|Network Baselining and Anomaly Reporting
|Extensive network scans with annotated reports that provide insight into network health and security gaps.
|Bruteforce and Account Takeover Monitoring
|Account usage monitoring and alerting to detect rising account takeover attacks.
|System Use Monitoring
|Monitoring for suspicious or anomalous device usage.
|Web Content Filtering and Notifications
|Filter web traffic to prevent malicious, illegal, and unwanted content on company assets.
|Data Loss Protection (DLP) Services
Data Loss Prevention and Privilege Access Management solutions help control and monitor the flow of data and accounts within your environment.
|Audit Review, Analysis, and Reporting
|Complete review of network posture with the goal of detecting gaps and opportunities for improvement.
|Denial of Service (DOS) Detection and Mitigation
|Detect attempts to deny service(s) and remediation if necessary.
|USB and External Media Detection and Restrictions
|Detect and Prevent external device usage unless specifically permitted.