The deployment of firewalls, security sensors, end-point security and awareness training will prevent breaches and give you an advantage over your competitors – but ParaFlare take that a step further with Managed Detection and Response Service.
ParaFlare takes experience gained in corporate and government environments to determine how real world threats and criminals seek to penetrate your systems. Our 24/7 security operation center is manned by security analysts who discover threats, identify their source, contain the breach and eradicate hackers from your system. Rather than having an on-call employee, we integrate with our IT service provider, your technology, and your organisation’s procedures to detect and respond to your cyber threats.
When you choose our Managed Detection and Response Service (MDRS), we are able to provide you immediate reaction to incidents as they occur. MDRS is retainer or subscription based and is proven to be more cost effective than a 9 to 5 resource. Instead of hiring one unskilled security person, you can rely on our whole team of highly skilled cyber operators to watch your back.
With ParaFlare Managed Detection and Response Service, ParaFlare knows your business, knows the way you work, knows who you are and what you want to protect. We are your trusted Cyber Security Partner.
Rather than having a dedicated team member on-call, we prefer to integrate our cutting edge technology with your current IT set-up, allowing us to quickly and efficiently detect and respond to real-time cyber threats.
ParaFlare cyber operators know that "time to target" is critical in executing an Incident Response.
ParaFlare pride ourselves on our ability to rapidly respond to incidents that our current or future clients may face. We have a team of Government trained cyber security professionals that can be deployed to detect and respond to your current cyber threat. Our security analysts average response time to a threat is 2 minutes.
Have you been hacked? ParaFlare offers immediate response to a wide variety of cyber attacks. If this is a 000 cyber crisis, we are here to help.
When these attacks happen, it’s important to react decisively and have an incident response plan in place. In critical cyber attack situations, threats are always changing and response plans need to be updated with cyber advancements.
More damage can occur to a company the longer it is exposed to a cyber threat. An immediate response to a threat can be the difference between a $100,000 loss or a $1 Billion loss in assets and future growth.
Sony Picture’s subpar cyber security resulted in everything stored on 3,262 of the company’s 6,797 personal computers and 837 of its 1,555 servers to be erased with an estimated cost to the company at nearly $118 million.
In 2016, 69% of security executives reported experiencing an attempted theft or corruption of data by insiders during the last 12 months*.
Insider threats pose a potentially lethal threat to an organisation. From releasing sensitive information to the public or competitors to deleting critical information, insider threats can become disastrous. While some actions may be carried out with malicious intentions, some could be a result of ignorance or negligence.
ParaFlare deploys real-time sensors providing visibility into what’s running at any point in time within your businesses network and systems. Our continuous monitoring and recording of all endpoint activity provides details about processes, including where and how data was originated, moved or exfiltrated.
ParaFlare takes experience gained protecting highly sensitive networks to combats insider threats through simple and effective solutions tailored to your operations.
The WannaCry ransomware attack was a 2017 worldwide cyberattack by the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm. The attack was estimated to have affected more than 200,000 computers across 150 countries, with total damages ranging from hundreds of millions to billions of dollars. Download to learn how the WannaCry ransomware worked and how your systems could have been protected.
We've put together some useful links to assist you with cyber law and compliance.
It’s common to be confused by the requirements under the Privacy Act, Australian Privacy Principles, or the newly introduced Mandatory Data Breach Notification Laws. Many laws are starting to force disclosure of data breaches and increase your chances of litigation.
If you’re a company that has greater than $3 million in revenue per year, work in health, education, or deal with PII as part of your business – these laws apply to you.
Breach of contractual confidentiality provisions could make you as an individual or your company liable and open to legal action.
Lawyers are starting to wake up to cyber risks but we’re yet to see significant litigation against companies that are negligent when it comes to compliance. It is only a matter of time before cyber compliance liability really starts to bite and companies are sued.
At the time that 3 billion user accounts had been breached at Yahoo in 2013-2014, it represented the largest data breach in history. Not only was the scope significant, the company didn’t disclose the breadth of the breach within 72 hours like the GDPR requires; in fact, it took them until October 2017 to fully acknowledge the extent of multiple breaches that occurred in 2013-2014.
With revenue in excess of $4 billion for 2012, Yahoo would have faced millions of dollars in fines if GDPR would have been in place—$80 million but potentially as much as $160 million depending on the variable factors of GDPR including the culpability of the company and how cooperative they were.
You may have the best technology and procedures but it all can be undermined by a social engineering attack on an employee. 42% of successful attacks come from phishing and other email security attacks. These types of attacks can easily be prevented. By increasing your employee’s education and testing their ability to detect Phishing you reduce the risk for your company.
Despite 2% of organisations completely outsourcing IT functions, 51% of organisations are initially notified by external cyber professionals about possible security breaches. This gap shows lack of employee capability to predict and identify potential malicious activity.
We deliver a combination of up-to-date on-site training, e-learning, and newsletters. It’s important to continually educate your in-house staff on how to identify risks and how to respond appropriately.
If you would like your business to undertake a self-assessment to understand if you are protected or not, download our ParaFlare Cyber Security Self-Assessment today.