Incident Response

Ceaselessly monitor and stop network attacks

If you’re like most network security professionals, you probably spend a lot of time putting out fires. Most companies are hit hundreds of times a day by network threats.

The right tools can allow you to be proactive, rather than reactive. The Beacon suite makes this kind of environment feasible – enabling your team to address:

  • Data security setbacks
    In the era of connectedness, there are many devices attached to your network that you may not realize are creating potential threats. Hackers are using more advanced methods to penetrate your network perimeter and are continually targeting new avenues to break in.
  • Rogue device risks
    A rogue device is any unauthorized or unidentified device that attaches to your network. It could be an employee-owned or visiting device with good intentions. Or it may be a criminal’s device, gaining access to steal sensitive information. Either way, if you don’t have full network visibility, an unauthorized device can enter your network and wreak havoc.
  • Incident response lag time
    If you feel like it takes far too long to detect and stop incidents on the network, then you’re in the majority. Report after report demonstrates there is typically a significant lag time between an event, its discovery and its arrest.

Command tighter network control with Beacon

With any threat, understanding what was affected and where the event occurred is paramount to deter damage. The Beacon product suite gives you visibility into attacks, allowing for easy and abrupt incident response. The technology monitors the behavior of every single device attached to the network in real-time and provides an instant alert if any device starts behaving out of character.

Also, new endpoints will no longer be able to attach to your company infrastructure without detection. If a threat arises, technology administrators can easily bounce a device off the network or automatically limit access until the endpoint is looked into.

Our technology is the first place our clients look to locate an endpoint when troubleshooting. Having time-based information allows you to see where the problem originated and where the machine is now. This technology also gives you information about what type of device it is, what operating system it’s running on and how the device is behaving. This is critical to fast, effective incident response.

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