Threat Detection & Mitigation

Threat Detection & Mitigation technologies play a key role in protecting corporate systems and networks. They may vary depending on the goals, but in general, the DigVel implementation process consists of four steps.

Identify the necessary technologies. First of all, you need to audit your current systems and networks to understand what threats you are trying to detect and prevent. These can be DDoS attacks, malware, intrusions, or data theft. The technologies you may need include intrusion prevention systems (IPS/IDS), threat management systems (TMS), anomaly detection systems, DDoS protection systems, antiviruses, and endpoint protection systems.

Integration of technological means of protection. This stage can include hardware installation and configuration, software installation, setting up security rules and policies, and integration with existing systems for data and notification exchange.

Training of administration staff. Personnel responsible for managing security systems must be properly trained. This means that they need to know how to use the technologies you are implementing, as well as understand how to detect and respond to possible threats. Training can include a theoretical part, practical exercises, attack simulations, etc.

Support of deployment on the basis of a contract. One of the aspects of Threat Detection & Mitigation that often does not receive enough attention is the maintenance of systems after implementation. This may include software updates, monitoring the system for possible problems, responding to security incidents, and assisting with system management.

It is also important to mention that Threat Detection & Mitigation is an ongoing process. This is not something you can just set and forget. Threats are constantly evolving, so your technology and procedures need to be updated regularly to remain effective. Contact us today for a detailed consultation and to implement reliable protection for your company.