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Stealth provides managed firewall services to protect your business.
Firewall management is resource-intensive and requires a high level of expertise to prevent unauthorized access and costly breaches. Network traffic must be monitored continuously to identify and respond to threats before damage is done.
Stealth firewall services provides 24×7 firewall administration, log monitoring, and response to security and device health events. By relying on Stealth, you are able to reduce the cost of managing and monitoring firewalls in-house, while supplementing your security efforts with Stealth’s proven expertise.
Our firewall management service helps you more easily fill compliance gaps requiring perimeter security, access control, and log analysis. With our experts managing and monitoring your firewalls, you can satisfy compliance requirements of PCI, HIPAA, ISO and other standards. Stealth Firewall Services allows businesses to:
Stealth provides physical and software based firewall solutions.
Stealth provides a suite of solutions enabling your company to maintain business operations by protecting it from the effects of significant negative events. Significant negative events can include anything that puts an organization’s operations at risk: crippling cyberattacks and equipment failures, for example, as well as hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
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There are a lot of different ways that penetration testing is described, conducted and marketed. Often confused with conducting a “vulnerability scan”, “compliance audit” or “security assessment”, penetration testing stands apart from these efforts in a few critical ways
A penetration test is designed to answer the question: “What is the real-world effectiveness of my existing security controls against an active, human, skilled attacker?” We can contrast this with security or compliance audits that check for the existence of required controls and their correct configurations, by establishing a simple scenario: Even a 100% compliant organization may still be vulnerable in the real world against a skilled human threat agent.
A penetration test allows for multiple attack vectors to be explored against the same target. Often it is the combination of information or vulnerabilities across different systems that will lead to a successful compromise. While there are examples of penetration testing that limit their scope to only one target via one vector (example, a web application pen test conducted only from the point of view of the Internet browser), their results should always be taken with a grain of salt: while the test may have provided valuable results, its results are only useful within the same context the test was conducted. Put another way, limiting scope and vector yields limited real-world understanding of security risk.
Here are a few of the reasons organizations invest in penetration testing:
What can you expect? A detailed description and proof of concept for each Vulnerability finding, as well as an Solution driven Remediation plan. And because we understand that risk severity is only one factor in prioritizing remediation efforts, we’ll also provide insight into the level of effort needed to remediate the findings. In addition, you’ll receive:
We off In-depth detailed analysis of every endpoint event and can detect attackers across the kill chain. The average endpoint on your network generates 150,000 events every day. Our Cyber SOC engineers analyzes every event against numerous types of detection technologies to identify threats at each stage of the kill chain, from installation through action on objections.
Our Cyber SOC security team brings together endpoint analysts, incident responders, forensics experts, and security engineers. They understand what normal endpoint activity should look like, when a more thorough investigation is required, and when to raise the alarm.