CyberNX's round-the-clock monitoring can assist your business to reduce the danger of a cybersecurity breach that breaches regulatory requirements. Your company ensures that it is ready to respond to any potential cybersecurity crisis by deploying 24/7 monitoring before the attacker may gain access and steal critical and protected information.
Our 24Ã—7 Monitored Service gives you a straightforward way to manage the risks to your critical assets, with a focused, highly capable service at a predictable cost.
Tools for monitoring systems are used to continuously track their state so that failures, flaws, or other issues can be identified early and fixed. For servers, networks, databases, security, performance, website and internet usage, and applications, there are monitoring solutions available.
There are three basic categories of monitoring; technical monitoring, functional monitoring and business process monitoring. These are shown in the diagram below. These three categories have a very clear hierarchy.
Monitoring for cyber threats and data breaches is referred to as cyber security threat management. In order to spot cyberattacks early on and take appropriate action before they cause harm or disruption, organisations must monitor their IT infrastructure. This is an essential component of cyber risk management.
The availability, health, and performance of networks, which comprise networking hardware, interfaces, storage devices, virtual environments, and other crucial components, are constantly tracked, analysed, and reported using network monitoring software.
The role of the security operations centre (SOC) is to continuously monitor, stop, detect, look into, and respond to cyber attacks. SOC teams are responsible for keeping an eye on and safeguarding the company's assets, including its intellectual property, customer information, business systems, and brand integrity.