Protect your intellectual property against advanced persistent threats
APTs are a set of stealthy and continuous computer hacking processes which are intentionally set in place to steal your information without you even knowing it.
Again, the "threat" process indicates human involvement in orchestrating the attack -- a network attack in which an unauthorized person has gained access to your network and stays there undetected for an indefinite period of time. The main event is to attack and STEAL your important data.
While in stealth mode some APTs are so complex and often times result in crippling your system to the point of needing to enlist a full-time administrator to rewrite code to maintain and employ a sophisticated evasion technique to thwart the attacker's ability to infiltrate your system.
Global's Integrated Solutions Team (Our Team)
Our team of specialists possesses over 40 combined years of experience delivering a diverse list of capabilities which includes but are not limited to the following:
Security and Protection Services (armed/unarmed)
Major Event Security and Logistics
Threat Analysis Mitigation
Intrusion prevention, and
Information sharing to detect, safeguard and to prevent these type of dangers to your business.
Advance Persistent Threats (APTs)
“…. an industry that lends itself to diversity. We know that this field is evolving so quickly, that each individual cannot know what it’s going to take to fight the next threat"
(Source: “The Cyber security Problem
No One Wants to Talk About.”
Ellen McGirt”, Fortune Oct. 7, 2016)
Our team provides a complete life cycle for dealing with targeted threats and APTs. Through our sophisticated sweeps, we detect malware, communications, and behavior invisible to standard defenses. We analyze the risk and characteristics of the attack and the attacker -- getting a cyber profile so-to-speak.
An Unsecured Computer System
Leaving your computer unprotected is a serious security matter which can result in loss or damage to your computer hardware, software, data, or information. Left unprotected - computers are subjected to grave chances of becoming breached. There is no mercy among hackers -- their main goal is to steal your information.
Today's businesses are connecting the majority of their internal processes and machines to the Internet. There is a weakness in security that remains due to multiple factors which include finance and the lack of adequate solutions. These reasonable vulnerabilities open the door to attacks because of their weakened state -- leaving the door open to accidental or a planned attack.
Good Security Standards follow the "90/10" Rule:
First of all, 90% of security safeguards rely on the computer user ("YOU") to adhere to good computing practices.
While only 10% of security safeguards are technical.
For your business you buy the most secure locks ─ this becomes the 10% part.
Remembering to lock the locks, checking to see if the doors and windows are closed, ensuring no one is propping the door or windows open, and keeping control of the keys -- this becomes the 90% part
You need both parts for 100% effective security.