Proactive Network Defence: A Guide
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Organizations constantly strive to prevent incidents occurring but should assume that eventual breach is inevitable. No large organization can implement 100 per cent security across the entire information systems estate. Cyber defense managers face a choice; spread protection thinly and ineffectively or focus on protecting the core assets.
Our Cyber Defense consultants have amassed expertise from a range of backgrounds that allow us to implement effective security within any organization. They leverage from MWR’s leading-edge research to shape an effective security posture at organizational level, developing solutions such as monitoring, attack detection and shaping overall security strategy.
Andy Waugh, Cyber Defense Security Consultant, MWR
Establishes a cyber defense baseline or whether there's been a successful attack by detecting hidden malware and defining the extent of any breach.
Maps out the routes an attacker would take to reach your key business assets. This is essential for priority remedial work, detection strategy and response readiness.
Determines defensive maturity by replicating a range of attacks, thereby assessing the effectiveness of teams in your SOC.
The debate has re-emerged recently around the common finding in pentest reports: "you are recommended to implement network segregation".
It is now widely accepted that detecting and responding to attacks is as important as preventing them but building an effective detection capability is not straightforward.
Security Operation Centres rely solely on log data from various security controls for indicators of abnormal activity within the network. Without the correct logs, a SOC’s capabilities are limited. Does your SOC’s SIEM ingest the right logs?