Vigilance™ Managed SIEM

Flow Prioritize | Intrinium.com

The Intrinium Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution utilizes state of the art hardware to collect, analyze and store logs from your digital environment. In conjunction with our digital tools, we are committed to real-time analysis, monitoring, detecting and responding to security alerts 24x7x365 to allow your business optimal productivity.

 

The Managed SIEM Solution will assist in correlating data between the following sources:

Business Critical Applications, such as email

Firewalls

Web Services

Email Servers

Network Hardware

Switches

Web Servers

File Servers

Connections

End Points

Other Network Devices

Other Supported Devices

This comprehensive managed detection (mdr) solution thoroughly covers your network to identify threats, leveraging access to our threat intelligence feed to aid in meeting compliance and regulatory standards:

PCI-DSS

HIPAA

SOX

ISO

NCUA

FISM

FERPA

GLBA

NERC

CIP

GPG13

DISA STIG

and More

This solution will provide: 

Protection of Business Critical Assets | Intrinium.com

Protection of Business Critical Assets within Your Organization

Risk Reduction | Intrinium.com

Risk Reduction

Comprehensive Reporting | Intrinium.com

Comprehensive Reporting

Ongoing Operational Security Support | Intrinium.com

Ongoing Operational Security Support

State of the Art Solutions | Intrinium.com

State of the Art Solutions

Evolution of Security Posture | Intrinium.com

Evolution of Security Posture

Access to Proactive Intelligence Threat Feed | Intrinium.com

Access to Proactive Intelligence Threat Feed

New Threat Detection | Intrinium.com

New Threat Detection

On an agreed upon basis, we will provide a comprehensive report that will communicate the operational metrics and key performance indicators, which can be used and summarized appropriately for either technical resources or Executive leadership dependent upon client needs.

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mitm6 Pen Testing

mitm6 Pen Testing

Summary: IPv6, we have all seen it, have been forced through subnetting it (Network Engineers, I’m looking at you), but many organizations seem to just not utilize it. While frequently staring into the monotonous output that ipconfig provides, IPv6 sits in the cold...

Understanding Incident Response, Planning and Cyber Insurance

Understanding Incident Response, Planning and Cyber Insurance

In less than one year, we’ve seen whole cities taken out by ransomware with no business continuity or disaster recovery plan in place to bring themselves back up- but it’s not just cities that don’t have a plan for when a catastrophe (digital or physical) hits.
Having a plan to restore business operations will save time, money, and stress, but that’s half the equation.  The other half is to practice the plan, make sure all the moving pieces fit together and make sure everything is practical and timely. Enough businesses have spent six digits or more due to not having an incident response plan- set your business and your industry apart.

Incident Response Plans: More Planning, Less Panic

Incident Response Plans: More Planning, Less Panic

In less than one year, we’ve seen whole cities taken out by ransomware with no business continuity or disaster recovery plan in place to bring themselves back up- but it’s not just cities that don’t have a plan for when a catastrophe (digital or physical) hits.
Having a plan to restore business operations will save time, money, and stress, but that’s half the equation.  The other half is to practice the plan, make sure all the moving pieces fit together and make sure everything is practical and timely. Enough businesses have spent six digits or more due to not having an incident response plan- set your business and your industry apart.

Gap Analysis 101

Gap Analysis 101

f you have spent any time around information technology or people who work in information security, you have probably heard terms like “risk assessment”, “audit”, and “gap analysis”. Sometimes they are used almost interchangeably. However, each has a specific objective to help stakeholders understand their data environment.

While an audit is used to identify control effectiveness and a risk assessment can identify what controls can be implemented to reduce risk, the gap analysis is designed to do exactly what it states – to identify gaps between the current environment and the organization’s required or desired state. This may be a specific regulatory compliance objective, such as how the organization meets the requirements of the HIPAA Security and Privacy Rules or PCI-DSS. In many cases, an organization may want to be able to claim that they are compliant with an information security standard, such as ISO27001. In other instances, the organization may have developed a roadmap for where they plan to be in the future, and want to identify the current progress and next steps. A gap analysis can provide essential feedback for all three examples.

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