Cyber Security

Cybersecurity has become more than just adhering to security frameworks; it now involves proactive defense of advanced endpoints, infrastructure, networks, and applications that drive today’s corporations. To ensure business continuity and enhance security, it is crucial to identify vulnerabilities, mitigate risks, and protect critical systems and sensitive information from both internal and external digital attacks.

Cedrus Technology has launched an all-encompassing cyber security solution . Cedrus Technology is a program that integrates various technologies to provide a comprehensive solution, with one of its pillars focusing on cyber security. Our state-of-the-art solution safeguards against cyber threats by addressing system vulnerabilities, implementing proactive response measures, securing endpoints, infrastructure, networks, and applications, and predicting potential points of compromise.

Addressing System Vulnerabilities

To effectively tackle system vulnerabilities, a multi-pronged approach is crucial. Consider prioritizing assets based on their criticality and regularly review administrator privileges. Ensure all software is regularly patched, and closely monitor real-time threat intelligence. Establish a calendar for conducting vulnerability scans and promptly identify and eliminate false positives and false negatives, with a focus on prioritizing false negatives. Emphasize software hardening and network hardening, while also adhering to basic security practices such as updating password policies and implementing two-factor authentication. If you are a software development organization, adopt secure practices when developing software for internal, vendor, or customer use.

Implementing Proactive Response to Cyber Threats

Proactive response strategies focus on prevention rather than mere response after an attack. Invest in and maintain a robust defensive posture, which can include activities like red teaming. Educate employees about cyber hygiene and regularly verify and authorize devices, apps, and users to prevent attacks. Utilize tools that provide insights into network activities and automate threat and attack response intelligence.

Securing Endpoints, Infrastructure, Networks, and Applications

The foundation for securing hardware and software assets lies in maintaining an active and accurately updated Configuration Management Database (CMDB). The CMDB contains information about assets and their relationships, enabling organizations to understand dependencies. Conduct continuous scanning of assets and promptly remediate any identified vulnerabilities, tracking the remediation process through integration with IT Service Management (ITSM) tools. This comprehensive approach significantly enhances the security of IT assets.