Advanced persistent threat prevention
We partnering with a leading provider of advanced malware protection. With our solution, businesses get sophisticated malware detection, malware analysis, and more. An Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) is a prolonged, aimed attack on a specific target with the intention to compromise their system and gain information from or about that target.
Advanced persistent threats (APTs) are the result of sophisticated adversaries executing a malicious playbook to breach an organization and steal sensitive data. These attacks often occur over an extended time frame, targeting individual users with highly evasive tools, bypassing legacy security approaches with ease.
Sandboxing provides a security boundary for applications and prevents the application from interacting with other applications. Anti-malware applications use sandboxing techniques to test unknown applications. If the application displays suspicious characteristics, the sandboxing technique prevents the application from infecting other applications or the operating system.
Application developers often use virtualization techniques to test applications. They create a virtual machine and then isolate it from the host machine and the network. They are then able to test the application within this sandbox environment without affecting anything outside of the virtual machine. Similarly, many anti-malware vendors use virtualization as a sandboxing technique to observe the behavior of malware.
SSL Visibility Solution
Our solution offers complete visibility and control of encrypted traffic without requiring the re-architecture of network infrastructure. It lets you add policy-based SSL inspection and management capabilities to your network security architecture and lift the security blindfold created by encrypted traffic We provide you with more than 70% of traffic visibility that makes your security devices able to analyze, detect and prevent malicious traffic from entering your network.
- Today, 25-35% of network traffic is encrypted worldwide and it will continue to grow.
- The encryption of network traffic have both merits and demerits. It helps to protect personal information, however, it creates a blind spot in network security because the existing security devices (DLP, Filtering, Anti-virus, etc.) cannot detect SSL traffic.
- Both server encryption and client encryption keep growing. On server side, the content is encrypted by content providers. On client side, network users install Internet detour programs on their PC or mobile device to avoid Internet censorship.
Gartner says that :-
“In 2017, more than 50% of the network attacks targeting enterprises will use SSL encrypted traffic to bypass controls.”
“More than 80% of network security systems cannot detect or block threats posed by SSL traffic.”