Monitored IT Environment
Challenges for companies and organizations that a monitored IT environment addresses:
- Protects the companies IT environment against attacks.
- Continuously monitors and ensures that the IT environment has the right kind of protection.
- Monitoring and traceability of uncontrolled changes that were are not directly recognized.
- Securing the exposure of public services that are relevant for the company.
Due to the prevalence of security breaches and the wide distribution of contaminated applications, all too often mission-critical systems are unable to maintain the correct level of security. Every day new security breaches are detected in applications, some of which are of course more serious than others. Since applications are often used by a large number of users, the company must learn of security breaches at an early stage.
In combination with continuous monitoring of the exposure that the company has toward the Internet, a very good, basic level of protection is provided to proactively handle a constantly changing set of threats and thereby reduce the risk of disruptions to mission-critical systems.
With Secode's Monitored IT Environment service, customers receive:
- Ample awareness of security risks to mission-critical applications and operating systems through continuous reporting.
- Continuous monitoring of service exposure.
- A consistently maintained level of security.
- Monitoring of change processes.
- Clear commitments through the SLA (Service Level Agreement).
Exception reports provided within four hours of Secode having identified and analyzed a vulnerability and/or a change in the exposed network. Monthly summary reports containing all deviation reports provided during the period (12 per year).
This service provides customers with continuous control and information regarding identified vulnerabilities and the level of exposure of mission-critical systems. A well-focused, managed security center that is not dependent on any specific individual, which actively guards and acts in accordance with a previously defined incident plan.