Managed Detection & Response
It’s vital to know the difference between technology that simply detects unauthorized activity and an advanced, fully-managed network surveillance program that includes constant intervention by cybersecurity professionals. Truly managed network surveillance requires human intelligence and human decision making to analyze the attacks and determine the proper course of action or response that should be enacted to protect the organization.
Abacode’s product-agnostic MSSP solution, Cyber Lorica™, is a subscription-based managed Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) / Artificial Intelligence (AI) service. We identify vulnerabilities and detect high-risk behavior to mitigate breaches in all aspects of your IT environment.
Cyber Lorica™ has multiple deployment options, including cloud-based, physical appliance, and virtual appliance to accommodate all architectures. We work with you to determine the best option for your organization’s specific security needs.
Through the integration of Enterprise Mobility Management into the Cyber Lorica™ managed network surveillance platform, Abacode’s SOC analysts are able to identify security issues with the organization’s mobile device fleet.
Financial organizations are required to comply with strict IT security regulations.
Organizations that process credit card transactions are required by the PCI council to support a robust security program.
- PCI DSS
HIPAA requires that organizations are able to track internal and external access to individual records.
Federal, State, and Local Government Vendor
US government agencies apply stringent regulations to federal, state, and local government vendors and suppliers that store and process government data.
- NIST 800-53
- NIST 800-171
SOX requires publicly traded organizations to meet many stringent regulations.
- Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
Many enterprise organizations require vendors that store and process their information to comply with SOC 1 and/or SOC 2 criteria.
- SOC 1 (Financial Systems)
- SOC 2 (Information Systems)
Ransomware, alone, can easily bring a manufacturing plant offline for days or weeks and devastate manufacturing organization’s ability to generate revenue.
- Various Depending on Location
Monitoring for Compliance
All organizations are tasked with securing sensitive internal and, especially, customer information. However, certain businesses are targeted more frequently by malicious attackers and are required to comply with more stringent compliance and security obligations and regulations, due to the services they offer and the data they collect and process.
The industries and standards to the left all require organizations to conduct security monitoring.
Advanced protection and expertise to detect and respond to intrusions and unauthorized activity
Cyber Capability Maturity Model that improves your cybersecurity posture and reduces the risk of being breached
24/7/365 monitoring by cybersecurity professionals of your IT infrastructure to remediate events in real-time