Powered by Adaptive and Cognitive Artificial Intelligence (AI), Cyber Forza can intelligently orchestrate, move agility in the cloud or on the premise, collaborate with each other and address cybersecurity challenges you are faced with.
The technology advantage and state-of-the-art protection provided by Cyber Forza goes beyond the legacy approach of “identify and intercept” to predict, detect, and respond and prevent anticipated problems. In case that is not possible, the software attempts to isolate the problem, the software attempts to isolate the problem while notifying the customer of the impeding threat.
Cyber Forza’s solutions are deployable across on premise systems as well as public, private, and hybrid cloud environments. The SaaS model ensures full visibility on an hourly basis, setting it apart from other players in the market. The Cyber Intelligent Security Software (CISS) offers the CISS Defender for External threat protection, CISS Interceptor for Internal threat protection, and the CISS Forza Client for End Point threat protection.
The next generation of cybersecurity products are increasingly incorporating Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technologies. By training AI software on large datasets of cybersecurity, network, and even physical information, cybersecurity solutions providers aim to detect and block abnormal behavior, even if it does not exhibit a known “signature” or pattern. Experts anticipate that, over time, companies will incorporate ML into every category of cybersecurity products.
In The Cloud
Cloud security must create a collaborative approach that analyses event streams of normal and abnormal activity across all users to build a global threat monitoring system.
Transition successfully to a cloud-based Secure Cloud Gateway platform, the cloud platform must be capable of supporting the vast set of user-based policies that the on-prem solution supports.
Compliance is a critical component of any security program. Compliance, which is only a point in time, is directly impacted by the ever changing and always evolving rules and regulations which makes it quite challenging for organizations to maintain a sound compliance posture.
Cyber Security: Enterprise Risk
The future enterprise is leaner, faster and more agile. Business processes are streamlined, digitized and automated. This data-driven, real-time action creates more risks from; Connectivity, Intelligent, and Autonomous machines and processes. Enterprises are racing into the digital future—adopting technology-enabled operating and business models that drive bottom- and top-line growth. But they are not prepared for the new cyber risks that come with the connected, data-driven future enterprise. To be cyber resilient, companies need to infuse security into everything they do—and every new thing they are preparing to do.
Every company implementing an information security program should perform due diligence regarding enterprise security architecture. The reason is that enterprise security architecture provides the concepts to ease the understanding and troubleshooting of security issues and to build structured, meaningful security practices. In addition, it may be used in the event of an audit or litigation. This structured approach saves time, resources, and money by providing guidelines to reduce the repeated security practices and processes that should be performed with each IT project.