Cybercrime has become very common, and computers are increasingly being used in criminal activities. Whether they do it for fun or for a reason, they keep tricking people, hacking, stealing data and money, and even disrupting governments’ daily work. They hide from the authorities by acting carefully and staying anonymous.
Unfortunately, this problem is only getting worse. It has been reported that since the Covid-19 pandemic started in 2020, cybersecurity attacks have increased by 300%. These cybercrimes can result in significant losses for an organization due to the theft of sensitive information. They can also lead to brand and reputation damage, tremendous impacts on customers and partners.
For this reason, data protection management has become one of the most critical issues today. Platforms that can provide good cloud security services are extremely valuable for any organization and individuals who care about data safety and cloud network security.
The SaaS (Security as a service) business model implies that companies employ third-party consultants and Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) to track their entire digital infrastructure’s overall security. No matter the reasons, organizations tend to externalize these data protection services to save money and overcome talent and skill gaps instead of building them internally.
X10 Networks, a security service provider, leverages the prizewinning AlienVault Unified Security Management™ (USM™) platform to provide cloud data protection, asset detection, data vulnerability evaluation, detection of intrusion, and other benefits.
The AlienVault Open Threat Exchange™ teamwork with AlienVault Labs to integrate real-time threat intelligence into the AlienVault USM platform. This teamwork allows you to quickly identify threats that could negatively affect your network and take appropriate action within moments of deployment.
Companies and businesses using the Internet can benefit from digital forensics in cybersecurity, as any organization that collects data from Internet users employs people who fight and investigate cybercrimes.
Social media platforms, banks, and federal agencies (including the FBI, military, local and state law enforcement agencies) use digital forensics in cybersecurity. They need to be very vigilant about the data they collect and secure, so they need to test their systems frequently and search for and eliminate vulnerabilities.
The X10 Network MSSP’s SaaS offer includes: