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SUDO provides a range of security mechanisms, including protected data transference, confidentiality, network tuning and application-level controls through a safe architecture that is scalable. A variety of protection protocols, including data transmission, encryption, network tuning, and application-level controls, are supported by SUDO via a stable, scalable architecture. How our file infrastructure [...]

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Advanced Threat Protection – ATP:

Advanced Threat Protection or ATP a category of security solutions that defend against refined malware or hacking-based assaults focusing on sensitive information.

 

Application Security Development:

Application security is the process of developing, adding, and testing security inside applications to forestall security vulnerabilities against dangers, for example, unauthorized access and modification. 

 

Cloud Access Security Broker – CASB:

Cloud Access Security Broker (CASB) is a product device that sits between an organization’s on-premise infrastructure and a cloud provider’s infrastructure. A CSB goes about as a gatekeeper, permitting the organization to expand the range of its security policies beyond its own infrastructure.

 

Data Loss Prevention – DLP:

Data Loss Prevention is a strategy for ensuring that end-users don’t send critical or sensitive information outside their organization network. DLP is additionally used to portray software products that help a network administrator control what information end clients can transfer.

 

Email Security:

Data Loss Prevention is a strategy for ensuring that end-users don’t send critical or sensitive information outside their organization network. DLP is additionally used to portray software products that help a network administrator control what information end clients can transfer.

 

Endpoint Protection:

Endpoint protection is a security solution that addresses endpoint security issues, securing and protecting endpoints against zero-day exploits, attacks, and inadvertent data leakage resulting from human error.

 

Gateway Security URL Filtering: 

Gateway Security URL Filtering typically offers protection against online security threats by upholding company security policies and filtering malicious internet traffic in real-time. At a minimum, a secure web gateway offers URL filtering, application controls for web applications, and the detection and filtering of malicious code.

 

Privileged Access Management (PAM):

PAM is a solution that will help organizations restrict the privileged access of the users in an existing and active directory. It isolates the use of privileged accounts to reduce the risk of those credentials being stolen and to gain control over a compromised user account.

 

Identity Solutions:

Identity Solution is the proactive approach to safely controlling user and system information that is used to authenticate and authorize user identities for access to secure resources.

 

Malware Protection:

Malware Protection protects the computer from malware such as spyware, adware, and worms. It scans the system for all types of malicious software that manage to reach the computer. 

 

Network Access Control (NAC): 

It is an approach to computer security that attempts to merge endpoint security technology, the user or system authentication, and network security enforcement.

 

Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW):

Next-generation firewalls are a more advanced version of the traditional firewall, and they offer the same benefits. As Gartner defines it, a “deep-packet inspection firewall that moves beyond port/protocol inspection and blocking to add application-level inspection, intrusion prevention, and bringing intelligence from outside the firewall.”

 

Intrusion detection system (IDS):

An intrusion detection system (IDS) is a device or software application that monitors a network or system for malicious activity or policy violations. Any intrusion activity or violation is typically reported either to an administrator or collected centrally using a security information and event management (SIEM) system.

 

Intrusion prevention system (IPS):

Network security that works to identify and forestall distinguished dangers. IPS continuously screen your system, searching for conceivable malignant occurrences and collecting data about them.

 

Security Incident Event Management (SIEM):

SIEM is an approach to security management that combines SIM (security information management) and SEM (security event management) functions into one security management system. They provide real-time analysis of security alerts generated by applications and network hardware.

 

Threat Intelligence:

Threat intelligence is the information used by organizations to figure out the previous, present, and the future threats to their organization. This information is used to prepare, prevent, and identify cyber threats looking to take advantage of valuable resources. 

 

User Behaviour Analytics (UBA):

UBA means the analysis of what the user has been doing. Like apps launched, network activity, and, most critical files accessed.