IT'S TIME TO START THINKING DIFFERENTLY ABOUT CYBERSECURITY

AND IT STARTS WITH UNDERSTANDING WHAT'S GOING ON IN OUR ENVIRONMENT

Are you worried that your security is missing something, but you just don't know exactly what?

In our experience, most companies have adequate defenses, but they don’t understand what’s really going on in their environment…which is the foundation to securing anything.

We help our customers:

Understand What's Normal

So they can quickly identify when something is abnormal…

Quickly ID Attacks That Are Taking Place

Oftentimes before an “alarm” ever sounds…

Discover Exactly What Happened

And figure out how to quickly clean up the mess…

Breaches are scary. But have you ever thought about why?

The answer seems obvious…loss of jobs, smeared reputation, lawsuits, bankruptcy…the list goes on. But if you look at WHY jobs are lost, reputations are smeared, and 60% of small businesses go out of business within 6 months of a breach… it’s NOT because the breach happened.  It’s because they didn’t know what was going on in their network.

Do you really know what's going on in your network?

Think of it like security cameras. The cameras, the visibility into our network allow us to capture what happens before an attack, trigger alerts when something is not right, and "rewind the tapes" to see exactly what happened after an attack.

Where do the real consequences of a breach occur?

If we think of attacks as a continuum, with before, during, and after stages, we tend to spend most of our time preparing for the "during" stage when the alarm goes off...when the real consequences from a breach come from not being prepared for the before (detection) and after (remediation) stages.

Want more information?

Short but comprehensive guide that dives into the 5 steps to surviving a security breach (that no one in the industry is talking about):

(Direct download. No info requested).

TED talk-style video that dives deep into the root of the cybersecurity problem, and uncovers 3 critical, often unasked questions on how to approach security differently.

Would it make sense to have a conversation?

If so, let's chat for a few minutes to see if there might be a fit.