Types of Cyber Attacks
Cybercrime is increasing year on year and a cyberattack on your organisation can result in a huge cost, both in terms of the financial and reputational damage. The types of cyber-attack are vast from botnet distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack aimed at overwhelming your systems to types of malware, such as ransomware, where the attacker encrypts the victim’s data until paid the requested amount.
Whether it is DDoS or man-in-the middle, eavesdropping or malware, our solutions help our customers identify and prevent threats to protect their assets.
Network detection systems, such as our CERNE & Flowprobe solutions, provide continuous monitoring of your network traffic allowing you to identify cyber threats in real-time using analytics platforms, such as the Telesoft Data Analytics Capability (TDAC), and proactively prevent security threats from resulting in operational issues for your organisation.
Our Triton solution can also be used to simulate a variety of cyber-attacks helping you to understand your cyber resilience and put plans in place to prevent brute force attacks and protect your organisation.
400GBPS FlowProbe: Network Traffic Monitoring
Monitor real time traffic information and network performance whilst using anomaly detection to maintain cyber security with our ultra high performance 4x 100GbE network traffic monitor.
100GBPS CERNE: INTRUSION DETECTION
100 Gbps IDS engine and alert driven packet recorder that enables 24/7 real-time network threats monitoring and access control.
400GBPS TRITON: CYBER WARFARE SIMULATION
Prove and enhance your cyber security posture with our Cyber Warfare Simulation tool and our world class SLA and advanced on-site/ off-site support.
TDAC: Digital Forensics
Unlocks network visibility and threat identification
5 ACTIONABLE STEPS YOU CAN TAKE TO PREVENT A CYBER ATTACK
Cyber attacks have become more and more prominent, with organisations reporting attacks on a daily basis
DDOS ATTACK VECTORS EVOLVE AS OVERALL NUMBER OF ATTACKS DECLINES
Organisations must have intelligent tools sets that can detect and mitigate the obvious DDoS attack but also identify overt attack vectors that use DDoS as a way into the network.