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Previse helps your IT enterprise ecosystem to build a long-term strategic Cyber Security roadmap through proactive cyber security services with 360-degree visibility and zero-trust security architecture.
Our endpoint security services leverage artificial intelligence, cloud, automation, and agile technologies to shield the enterprise from phishing schemes, ransomware attacks, identity theft, data breaches and financial losses
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We provide top-level cyber immunity for every part of your IT ecosystem. This is about the security-first approach. We make security an integral part of every stage of your development process. Experience the ultimate protection of our security services.
- Security assessments
- Security solution advisory and design
- IPS/Firewall implementation
- Penetration testing
- Security monitoring
- Data masking/encryption
- Virus protection
The zero -trust architecture (ZTA) / zero-trust security model /zero trust edge (ZTE) describes an approach to strategic shift from “trust but verify” to “never trust, always verify.” No matter if you have accessed the network before or how many times your identity is not trusted until verified repeatedly. The zero-trust security model assumes all machines, users, and servers to be untrusted until their identity and authorization are verified. Checking the identity and integrity of devices without respect to location, and providing access to applications and services based on the reliability of device identity and device health in combination with user authentication.
- All time verification for all resources; every user on a network is always assumed to be hostile.
- The Principle of Least Privilege, to reduce the attack surface. External and internal threats exist on the network at all times.
- Network locality is not sufficient for deciding trust in a network.
- Dynamic and calculated strategies from as many sources of data as possible.
Don’t suppose of Zero Trust as one discrete technology. Rather, Zero Trust architecture uses a variety of different technologies and principles to tackle common protection challenges through preventive techniques. These components are designed to supply advanced threat protection as the boundaries between work and home disappear, and an increasingly distributed remote workforce becomes the norm.
Zero Trust Network Access capabilities:
- Control network flows between all assets
- Verify identification and provide get admission to the cloud
- Authentication and authorization, including multi-factor authentication (MFA)
- Application access vs. access to the entire network
- Least-privilege user access to all applications (IaaS, SaaS, and on-premises)
- VPN elimination
- Service insertion
- Security at the edge
- Improved utility overall performance
- Improved security posture against advanced threats
In rundown, the present-day workforce is getting to be progressively versatile, getting to applications from different gadgets exterior of the trade border. Within the past, numerous endeavors embraced a “verify, then trust” — which meant if somebody had the proper client qualifications, they were conceded to whichever site, app, or gadget they were asking. This brought about in an expanded chance of presentation, dissolving what was once the trusted endeavor zone of control and clearing out numerous organizations uncovered to information breaches, malware, and ransomware attacks. Assurance is presently required inside particular advanced foundations where applications and information, and clients and gadgets, are found.
Implementing a Zero Trust architecture with Previse
Previse’s cloud security services can be combined to build a complete Zero Trust solution that best suits your specific business needs. By enabling safe application access in a cloud-native world, internal corporate networks can become a thing of the past.
Using our advanced distributed ZTA solution, along with the power of the over 20-year-strong global Previse Intelligent Edge Platform, you can easily move to a perimeterless world, phasing in applications, protecting your business, and enabling growth.
Every organization has unique challenges due to their business, digital transformation maturity, and current security strategy. Zero Trust, if implemented properly, can adjust to meet specific needs and still ensure a ROI on your security strategy.
Why cyber resilience technologies are more critical for organizations than ever?
Building future-ready cyber resilience for all type of organizations
Cybercrimes have value the world $2 trillion so far in 2019, in accordance to current research. Cyber security Ventures anticipated in 2017 that damages would hit $6 trillion by using 2021, prompting international spending of roughly $10 billion in cyber-security measures by way of 2027 to guard towards these catastrophic losses.
But it’s now not just the large agencies and groups that get hit. Average, everyday consumers ride phishing schemes, ransomware attacks, identity theft, statistics breaches, and economic losses. For instance, it takes simply 5 minutes to hack an internet-connected device, which consists of your smartphone, smartwatch, on-board automobile computer, smart television, and home control systems, in accordance to a Netscout report.
According to a new report by means of Juniper Research, greater than 33 billion archives will be stolen by using cybercriminals through 2023, which is an enlarge of 175% from 2018. The role of effective cybersecurity testing, hence, becomes even extra necessary than ever.
What’s the Impact of Cybercrime in 2021?
Cybercrimes have greatly increased during this lockdown when the world is completely dependent on cyberspace. Also, the lockdown has given many people sufficient time to carry out their notorious activities.
- If we believe in the research done by the University of Maryland, a cyber-attack is carried out every 39 seconds.
- In 2019, on average 78% of organizations in the US, have witnessed a cyber attack
- Around 23% of US citizens, financial information or credit card details have been hacked.
- On average 30% of US consumers faced a data breach in 2018.
- An alarming 1000 data breaches, exposed 147 million records in 2019 that too in just initial 9 months.
- There is a steep rise in data breaches every year
- There is a 54% increase in mobile malware
The greater we rely on the internet, the more we need good cybersecurity in all its forms.
COVID-19 pandemic persisted to task cybersecurity specialists in 2021. While security teams were busy defending hybrid work models, threat actors have been even busier conducting ransomware attacks and focused on vulnerabilities.
If 2020 was the year of remote work, 2021 was the year of hybrid work. Balancing in-office and remote employees, however, many challenges for IT and security teams. Endpoint security was one of the greatest issues because remote employees are more probably to use insecure networks and devices at home. The expanding threat landscape, coupled with the cybersecurity skills shortage, left many organizations ill prepared for these attacks.
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