NexusTek | July 29, 2021
A national provider of complete IT outsourcing solutions and managed IT services to businesses across the U.S., NexusTek, has announced it has released plans for new managed cybersecurity to bring the essential protection businesses need for hybrid and distant employees. The three plans, detection, providing managed protection, and response to cyber threats, provide diverse levels of safety that are tailor-made for all businesses.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the worldwide migration to a remote workforce has augmented cyber risks such as uncatalogued endpoints, delayed or unpatched devices, and unsecure networks. Cybercriminals exploit such unstable times and susceptible employees, and thus, social engineering attacks have increased.
This new managed cybersecurity plan further widens NexusTek's commitment to clients, enhancing their cyber resilience and security posture against escalating cyber threats. Additionally, companies of all sizes can effortlessly select the tactic that best suits their requirements and objectives. The pre-packaged plans comprise the up-to-date security requirements every business needs.
a national provider of managed IT services and complete IT outsourcing solutions and trusted by thousands of businesses for over two decades, NexusTek, offers a complete portfolio including cloud, end-user services, cybersecurity, infrastructure, and IT consulting. 24/7/365 domestically-staffed support team of NexusTek designs holistic technology solutions to progress business productivity, operational efficiency, continuity, and cost-effectiveness for companies across Canada, the U.S., the United Kingdom, and Mexico.
Group-IB | August 26, 2021
Group-IB, one of the leading providers of solutions dedicated to detecting and preventing cyberattacks, identifying online fraud, investigation of high-tech crimes and intellectual property protection, has been included in the Forrester overview of the global cybersecurity consulting providers "Now Tech: Global Cybersecurity Consulting Providers, Q3 2021". The report covers 36 major global cybersecurity consulting firms.
The demand for superior cybersecurity consulting services continues to increase every year. According to the Forrester's Analytics Business Technographics Security Survey, 31% of enterprise security decision-makers expect to increase spending on cybersecurity consultants and systems integrators by 5% or more in 2021. Digital transformation challenges brought by pandemic have spurred this demand further. To reinforce their cybersecurity risk programs, CISO are tapping into purpose-built strategic and tactical cybersecurity expertise.
The Forrester analysts included Group-IB service offering in the category of consultancies – the providers which "offer clients a broad range of audit, consulting, and advisory services, including cybersecurity consulting. They have a diverse set of assets and intellectual property to help clients solve security problems."
Cybersecurity services have always been the key drivers of Group-IB's technological leadership enriching the company's global threat intelligence and hunting ecosystem with first-hand understanding of adversary tactics. The company's contribution to high-profile cyber investigations in partnership with international law enforcement, and incident response engagements in more than 60 countries bring in-depth knowledge of criminal schemes. Group-IB's battle-tested experts carried out more than 1,200 successful investigations over 18 years around.
While many corporate cybersecurity teams struggle to manage multiple vendors, Group-IB offers its customers a single point of accountability and security consulting expertise trusted by the international automotive, fintech, retail companies. The company provides consulting services at every stage of the attack lifecycle: before (Security Assessment, Compromise Assessment, Incident Response Readiness Assessment), during (Incident Response and Incident Response Retainer), and after the attack (Digital Forensics and Cyber Investigation).
Group-IB is one of the leading providers of solutions dedicated to detecting and preventing cyberattacks, identifying online fraud, investigation of high-tech crimes and intellectual property protection, headquartered in Singapore. The company's threat intelligence and research centers are located in the Middle East (Dubai), the Asia-Pacific (Singapore), Europe (Amsterdam), and Russia (Moscow).
Group-IB's Threat Intelligence & Attribution system has been named one of the best in class by Gartner, Forrester, and IDC. Group-IB's Threat Hunting Framework (earlier known as TDS) intended for the proactive search and the protection against complex and previously unknown cyberthreats has been recognized as one of the leaders in Network Detection and Response by the leading European analyst agency KuppingerCole Analysts AG, while Group-IB itself has been recognized as a Product Leader and Innovation Leader. Gartner identified Group-IB as a Representative Vendor in Online Fraud Detection for its Fraud Hunting Platform. In addition, Group-IB was granted Frost & Sullivan's Innovation Excellence award for its Digital Risk Protection (DRP), an Al-driven platform for identifying and mitigating digital risks and counteracting brand impersonation attacks with the company's patented technologies at its core.
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Cybersixgill | March 18, 2021
Cybersixgill, the pioneer in danger knowledge enablement, today reported that Darkfeed will be accessible through Swimlane's security robotization stage. Presently, Swimlane users can upgrade their danger research and occurrence response by coordinating noteworthy alerts from the industry's broadest and most comprehensive insight assortment from the profound and dull web.
"Accurate and actionable intelligence is the key to successfully scaling cyber security operations," said Ron Shamir, VP products and technology alliances at Cybersixgill. "With Darkfeed, Swimlane users gain access to an automated stream of threat intel that they can tailor to meet the needs of their organization's risk posture and tolerance. This marks the beginning of a growing partnership with Swimlane."
Controlled by the broadest computerized assortment from the profound and dim web, Cybersixgill Darkfeed is a feed of malicious indicators of compromise (IOCs), including domains, URLs, hashes and IP addresses. With Darkfeed, IOCs are consequently extricated and conveyed progressively. It is noteworthy, permitting Swimlane customers to get and preemptively block items that undermine their association straightforwardly from the Swimlane stage.
"Cybersixgill is a natural partner for us as we continue to help customers identify new ways to automate some of security's most time and resource-intensive processes," said Karen Rhys Wood VP global alliances, at Swimlane. "By integrating Darkfeed directly into Swimlane's extensible security automation platform, which was designed with an automation engine as its core and differentiates our platform from other SOAR solutions out there, security operations teams gain industry-leading threat intelligence while eliminating time consuming, manual tasks."
Through this joining, common customers can computerize a response to threats ahead of time by using a superior, mechanized danger insight solution based on the most comprehensive information sources from the profound, dim and surface web. Users will actually want to improve their danger chasing activities and direct profound analysis of malware accessible on the dim web. Likewise, they can clandestinely screen basic assets and priorities, as well as respond to threats straightforwardly from the Swimlane stage.