Identify hidden threats to your company network with Cyber Sanity Check
Many cyber-attacks on companies are the result of their systems being compromised even months before the effects are noticeable: cyber criminals enter the network silently and study it without anyone noticing in order to improve their knowledge of it. Only then will they carry out the attack.
All too often, intervention takes place only when the attack has already finished, when its destructive effects are already clear: interruption to company activities, lost income and clients, reputational and image damage, and even regulatory sanctions are just some of the consequences of cyber-attacks, which can strike companies of all sizes and sectors.
Cyber Sanity Check is the Yarix service which allows us to determine whether your company network has already been compromised by identifying any tracks of bad actors.
Take the next step: choose Yarix’s next-generation proactive defence
Cyber Sanity Check uses the latest XDR technology and Anomaly Detection & Behavioural Analytics.
An agent distributed to all network endpoints analyses the behaviour of users, files and processes in search of indicators of compromise (IoC). Passive network traffic analysis also highlights any anomalies (deviation from a standard behavioural baseline).
The Network Assessment for safe, high-performance network infrastructure
An analysis to obtain an up-to-date and reliable image of the state of operation of the network infrastructure. It provides relevant information in terms of the levels of performance and vulnerabilities which could damage company operations, be exploited by cyber criminals and cause sensitive data to be exposed.
The result of a Network Assessment is the identification of areas for improvement of your network, starting with the elements most at risk.
This information is used to complete the Security Sanity Check Report.
Protecting Italian Industry
For organisations, the era of digitisation and technological innovation means increasing exposure to cyber-attacks, which are becoming more and more frequent and sophisticated, including in relation to contextual changes. Italian manufacturing and industry, often victims of cyber-attacks for the purposes of industrial espionage, represent the greatest area of concern. The growing complexity of such attacks necessitates a strategy and methodology which creates a proactive line of defence to effectively intercept and manage all signals in order to anticipate and block all attacks.