Thanks to the rapid development of technology, our life has changed, but with technological advances, the amount of data produced has increased as never before. Information leaks occur daily and cyberattacks become a daily part of the news.
Cyber attacks are becoming more advanced and sophisticated every day, which means that the institutions invest in increasingly modern security systems. However, the most vulnerable and fragile resources are neglected: the human being.
01 / 95% HUMAN ERRORS
In a study conducted by IBM, it was shown that 95% of attacks by cybercriminals succeed because of some kind of human error.
02 / INTERNAL ATTACKS
According to a study by Imperva, 43% say they could successfully execute an internal attack in their organization. Only a third believe it would be difficult or impossible.
03 / HIGH COSTS FOR THE COMPANY
Information has become the most valuable resource that companies have.
For this reason, it is necessary to have the right systems to protect it.
With the development of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Language there are technological platforms that allow us to analyze the behavior of users and their digital environment (UEBA-Unity and Entity Behavior Analytics).
The WTI-TUTUM Unified Platform for Cybersecurity Operations has been designed to be a single point automated by Artificial Intelligence and Machine Language, which centralizes all cybersecurity information and infrastructure; integrating all kinds of new and existing tools, allowing full visibility of any threat or vulnerability across the entire infrastructure, whether physical or in the cloud.
Network Traffic Analysis
Endpoint Detection & Response
Behavioural Attack Detection
User Behaviour Analytics
Design and implementation SOC/NOC CERT/CSIRT
Penetration Testing and Vulnerability Analysis
Cyber intelligence and CIber research
Design of Information Security Policies
The Unified Platform for Cybersecurity Operations allows an organization to take control of any incident from early warning to remediation; handling cases and carrying out investigation processes, as well as giving the possibility to automate the response to any attack in process.
UNIFIED PLATFORM TO MANAGE AN ISO 27000 SECURITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
A.5 Information Security Policies
A.6 Information Security Organization
A.7 Security relative to Human Resources
A.8 Asset Management
A.9 Access Control
A.11 Physical and Environmental Security
A.12 Operation Security
A.13 Communication Security
- Information Security Management Evaluation, attached to ISO / IEC 27001: 2013 applicable to IT based on the 114 controls of the standard.
A.14 Acquisition, Development and Maintenance of Information Systems
A.15 Relationship with suppliers
A.16 Information Security Incident Management
A.17 Information Security Aspects for Business Continuity Management
LATEST GENERATION CYBERSECURITY INFORMATION AND EVENTS MANAGEMENT
Unlimited collection of data combining machine and analytical language for a modern detection and response of cyber attacks.
Data to measure the behavior of users and entities (UEBA) that reduces the time and specialization required to detect attack tactics, techniques and procedures.
AUTOMATED AND ORCHESTED SECURITY
Automated and orchestrated response expeditiously to security incidents using use cases.
The correct mix between the automation of the response to incidents and the orchestration of the technological infrastructure makes it possible to drastically reduce the time of attention to incidents.
BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT
The Platform provides all the tools for managing business processes among analysts, case management and automating cyber research tasks.
Holistic view of all alerts derived from the same attack allow security teams to see everything the attackers are doing, allowing to identify and respond to alerts that are important.
The Platform makes predictions based on associations and contextual information between actors, academics and more, creating a "library" of information that simplifies and speeds up the intelligence.
Through the ability to ingest multiple sources, rules and analytics to existing events and alerts; A context is offered to determine which threats pose the greatest risk and how to respond subsequently.