INTRODUCING SMSAM SYSTEM’S ai Managed Prevention, Detection and Response (aiMPDR) Service.
Our aiMPDR Offering is an advanced managed cyber security service with a mission to assisting organizations avoid devastatingly business ending cyber breaches. The service offering leverages a proven, practical, consolidated and cost-effective cyber security framework, I.e. The VIPDDR CYBERSECURITY FRAMEWORK (TVCF).
WHY YOUR ORGANIZATION NEED aiMPDR?
Cyber threats are rising in both volume and sophistication every day. Traditionally, Cyber defense has been at a disadvantage- attackers needed to succeed just once while defenders had to protect a large, complex, and ever-expanding attack surface 24×7. Furthermore, you cannot depend on humans to do machines job as cyber crooks are automating their brutal attacks; hence the defenders have to leverage proven and practical security methodologies to flip the odds against them.
Our aiMPDR Service overcomes the disadvantaged organizations by combining AI, ML, Dynamic Threat models and automation with people skills to deliver end to end threat management. Building next generation capabilities for automated threat prevention, detection and response is not feasible for many organizations, however, SMSAM SYSTEM’s aiMPDR services can help bridge this gap as we deliver advanced prevention, detection and response as a service, thereby removing the complexity and cost of building an in-house next generation security operation.
REPERTOIRE OF ATTACKS AUTOMATICALLY BLOCKED BY OUR aiMPDR PLATFORM.
- User-based attacks: Insider threats, stolen credentials, privilege escalation, off-hour unusual activity, third-party contractors.
- File-based attacks: Virus/worms, malware ransomware, trojans, key loggers, spyware, PUP.
- Network-based attacks: Port scanning, SMB scanning, DNS tunneling, APR spoofing, ICSMP tunneling, pass-the-hash, command-and-control, man-in-the-middle, lateral movement HTTP tunneling, unauthorized connection.
- Host-based attacks: Memory injection, fileless at-tack, DLL injection reflective DLL, rootkit, exploitation behavior, credential theft, unauthorized access.