In today's connected world, cyber attacks are occurring once in every 14 seconds. With more connected devices In this world than people on earth, there is an increased reliance on the internet, wireless network standards, smart devices and IoT. This has increased the threat vector of enterprises, making them vulnerable to a wide range of risk stemming from cyber threats, disrupting operations and damaging reputation of any enterprise. It won't be an exaggeration to say that multi layered cyber security mechanisms and skilled experts are the last line of defense, for digital data assets of enterprises. It makes the difference between digital harmony and digital chaos
Multiple layers of protection spread across the systems, users and operations
FWaaS on Harbour1® is the first layer of defence for enterprise workloads and eliminates the need for appliance form factor. Network admins can ensure virtual firewall is available at hub office, branch locations and end-points, without the need to install additional hardware.
Features: URL filtering | Intrusion Prevention | Intrusion Detection | Global Connect
Anti-DDoS on Harbour1®, secures websites, applications, and entire network while ensuring the performance of legitimate traffic is not compromised. It is designed to protect enterprise network, transport and application Layer
DDoS Protection for: Network infrastructure, web assets (HTTP/HTTPs), and for any application such as FTP, SSH, VoIP, gaming, or any application running over a TCP/UDP protocol, on enterprise cloud and on-premise networks
Being connected to internet also opens up avenues for increased threat vector. Harbour1® antivirus software scans for security and performance issues and ensures enterprise systems, data and end-users are malware-safe and immune to the zero-day vulnerabilities.
Protection against: Browser hijackers | Ransomware | Keyloggers | Backdoors | Rootkits | Trojan horses | Worms | Malicious LSPs | Adware and spyware
WAF service on Harbour1® monitors, logs and analyses the HTTP traffic between enterprise application and internet. It aims to protect against vulnerabilities in the application by filtering out malicious traffic. WAF on Harbour1® protects web applications from cross-site forgery, cross-site-scripting (XSS), file inclusion, and SQL injection, among others that may sabotage important transactions and steal sensitive data.
EPP on Harbour1® provides essential security for many types of endpoints, from smartphones to printers. It is an integrated suite of technologies, such as antivirus, data encryption, intrusion prevention, and data loss prevention. EPP framework includes data sharing between endpoint protection technologies, this provides a more effective approach than a collection of siloed security products that lack the ability to communicate.
Reduce the time to detect and respond to threats with EDR on Harbour1®. It provides additional tools to hunt for threats, forensically analyse intrusions and respond swiftly and effectively to attacks.
Features: Simplify deployment | Incident response | Gain visibility into emerging threats | AI-guided investigations | Automated processes
IAM on Harbour1® is a periphery security to the cloud. It acts as a foundation to a secured and fully compliant cloud architecture. Admins can create and manage end-users, groups, relative policies and use permissions to allow or deny their access .
Use Cases: Multi-factor Authentication(MFA) | Granular access controls | Monitor & analyze access | Privileged-user file & resources access
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) enabled SOC on Harbour1® is a centralized 24x7 function to continuously monitor and enhance the enterprise security posture for an organization, while preventing, detecting, analyzing, and responding to cybersecurity incidents.
Features: Monitoring & assessment | Advanced intelligence gathering | Forensics | Contingency planning | Malware protection
VA allows enterprises to scan, identify and prioritize vulnerabilities and threats early on, to ensure, most critical vulnerabilities are fixed first. Pen Test or ethical hacking, is an authorized simulated cyberattack on a computer system, performed to evaluate the security of the enterprise infrastructure and end-users.
Protect data and processes from tampering, unauthorized access and destruction. Movement is restrained by containerizing the user into a secure shell/vault, while zero trust segmentation prevents lateral movement and elevation of user accounts. In contrast to MV, which is built for servers, DV is designed as a secure file repository for the executive teams, vital business functions, IP protection, and critical backups.