Vigilant monitoring of your company’s technology assets

Data breaches and other attacks may be recognized and responded to more rapidly. Monitoring networks, systems and Internet traffic for potential threats and suspicious activity can give experts a head start.

Many risks lurk silently on networks, even when third parties have gained access and are exploiting resources. These risks can be mitigated by ensuring there is greater awareness of how network and system resources are being utilized.

Envescent combines several industry best practices to ensure the most comprehensive and accurate monitoring capabilities possible. Through this approach we are able to watch for various threats, such as:

  • Backup failures or corruption
  • Backdoor accessdiagram: network security monitoring
  • Botnets
  • Compromising telemetry data flows
  • Data breaches
  • Denial of service (DoS) attacks
  • Endpoint abuse
  • Insecure data and network protocols
  • Malware infections
  • Phishing e-mail and web attacks
  • Rogue employee(s) activity
  • Unauthorized remote activity
  • VPN compromise

Staying on top of the activity which occurs on our trusted networks and systems is crucial to maintain the confidentiality of trade secrets, continuity of business and ability to ascertain what threats may be actively exploited. While monitoring is not a replacement for cybersecurity audits and remediation strategies, it is an extremely valuable compliment to any business’ cybersecurity strategy.