CloudJacket XDR Designed for Factories
Many factories and manufacturing organizations are late adopters of digital technologies. This factor increases the risk of phishing, malware installation, or accidentally exposing sensitive information. The manufacturing sector is highly connected with two-way communication with vendors, partners, logistics companies, and storage facilities. These third parties are often whitelisted and have substantial access to information but can also serve as an entry point for bad actors. Due to shifts in demand during the pandemic, Manufacturing which ranked as the eighth most attacked in the 2019 report — jumped to second place in 20201.
In response to this, we have designed CloudJacket XDR that addresses the security needs of factories with out the need of adding additional IT staff making it affordable and effective.
What are Common Cyber Threats?
- Advanced Persistent Threats
- Denial of service
- Phishing or impersonation of employees
- Unauthorized Access to Credentials
- Supply Chain Attacks
Why are Manufacturers a Target?
- The success rate of ransom collection is high
- The potential value of selling breached data on the dark web
- Access to intellectual property and trade secrets
- Access to other organizations that are connected such as major clients
CMMC and Manufacturing
If you are supplying goods to the government, you’ve likely heard about Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). The Department of Defense (DoD) developed the CMMC to address significant compromises of sensitive defense information in response to cyberattacks on defense contractors. Most notable was a string of cyberattacks on Navy contractors by Chinese spies, detailed in a 2018 Wall Street Journal expose. The WSJ article prompted an internal Navy cybersecurity audit, which described the military as woefully underprepared for modern cybersecurity threats. One of the issues noted in the Navy audit was that the DoD relied on its contractors to self-report cyber vulnerabilities and incidents. This honor system resulted in very few incidents being reported.
The CMMC consists of 171 cybersecurity best practices and five “maturity levels,” ranging from basic cyber hygiene to advanced processes. The more best practices an organization meets, the higher its maturity level, and the more contracts they’ll be eligible to bid on.
Intrusion Prevention & Detection
Intrusion Prevention — Detection and Prevention Technology works in-line to actively detect and block based on severity, source, reputation, geography and custom tuning. Advanced heuristics and deep packet inspection detect anomalous activity before it enters the network. IPS can proactively deny network traffic based on a security profile if that packet represents a known security threat.
Intrusion Detection — Analyzes and monitors network traffic for signs that indicate attackers are using a known cyberthreat to infiltrate or steal data from your network.
Endpoint Detection and Response
Our lightweight endpoint agent collects logs from laptops, desktops, and other endpoints on your network, processing those logs through our proprietary and patented analysis engines, using machine intelligence to identify ordinary events from those representing intrusions and behavioral anomalies, and then having the resulting alerts reviewed by our SOC engineers to take appropriate action. Combining this process with the analysis of data from all the other sources from your network, a complete picture of your security posture emerges.
A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution centralizes data by collecting logs and events generated by host systems, security devices and applications. These logs and events are then stored, and analyzed by our proprietary artificial intelligence engine that applies customized logic to determine what alerts should receive further analysis and response from our security analysts.
A full Vulnerability Assessment, analyzing all elements of your cloud/network architecture to find and assist in eradicating potential security risks, and to inspect the potential points of exploit on a computer or network to identify security holes. Our vulnerability scans detect and classify the system weaknesses in computers, networks, and communications equipment and predict the effectiveness of countermeasures.
24/7 SOC Monitoring Detection, Threat Blocking and Response
Our security analysts are dedicated to reviewing every alert and identifying, confirming and blocking threats. Our team makes it their priority to be knowledgeable about your business and your policies, and we tailor our services to ensure that security does not interrupt your legitimate business flow. Less than 1% of alerts will actually need any intervention from your IT team. This frees up your IT staff from having to deal with what otherwise could be thousands of daily alerts, and eliminates labor-intensive log analysis.
Web Application and
API Security Analysis
We focus on the aspects that a hacker might use to compromise the relationship you are establishing with your customers over the Web. Some of the tests that we execute include: we review the application logic that has been built into your website and inspect the aspects of the environment that allow a user to enter input information; we test and assess the environment for server-side attacks such as SQL injection and Blind SQL injection; we test and assess the environment for client-side attacks, such as cross-site scripting exposures that could allow an attacker to manipulate the customers who access your infrastructure. These types of assessments yield valuable information and an understanding of possible application security flaws, along with recommendations for remediation. Our assessment is designed to address the components and variables unique to your application in order to deliver results that will assist you in hardening your application security. It will also help your internal IT team determine how to best deploy your valuable resources in mitigating risk to the organization.
Dark Web Monitoring
The Dark Web is a digital community that can be utilized by cybercriminals to exchange information. A combination of human intelligence mixed with sophisticated Dark Web search capabilities allows our team to monitor the Dark Web and alert your IT team when credentials from your domain are exposed. Our technology connects to multiple Dark Web services including Tor, I2P and Freenet, to search for compromised credentials, without requiring you to connect to these high-risk services directly.
Lateral Threat Detection
We deploy and utilize LAN sensors in your network, allowing our SOC team to detect events between hosts and working locations and in turn providing extra visibility into your network.
Internal Threat Detection
Designed to mimic legitimate services, such as servers and file shares, in order to attract and detect unauthorized access, to provide effective protection against Advanced Persistent Threats, Ransomware, and Insider Threats.
Enhanced Threat Hunting
Our services are designed to detect and contain an attack in order to reduce damage and recover quickly. We leverage our patented technology alongside our skilled analysts to dive into an environment during an attack. Our technology can be placed in-line to actively contain the spread of infection and block malicious activity. With our team’s experience in remediation, we walk you through recovery quickly and remotely. Ransomware, Denial-of-Service and Advanced Persistent Threats are some of the most common cyber attacks we see in private and government sectors. These are all executed by cybercriminals in order to disrupt the flow of business and oftentimes, even demand ransom to be paid in order to restore data files.
Cybersecurity Expert Consultation
Our security team members meet and consult with your cryptocurrency IT team, reviewing network/cloud architecture, and providing advice and counsel for “locking down” your architecture from a security standpoint.
Since 2001, SECNAP Network Security has been combining human intelligence with innovative technology to protect organizations of all sizes against cyberthreats, including ransomware, data breaches, phishing, and advanced persistent threats (APTs). CloudJacket XDRTM is our proprietary extended detection and response (XDR) platform providing unified security, automatically collecting, normalizing, and correlating logs and other data from numerous network, cloud, and security components. This data is digested and analyzed through our patented and patent-pending advanced intelligence engine, with the results provided to our U.S.-based Security Operations Centers (SOCs) security analysts, monitoring our clients 24/7.