Security orchestration: The integration of disparate security tools and platforms to enable automated incident response.

Security automation: The ability to execute a sequence of tasks related to a security workflow without human intervention, streamlining incident response processes by automating time-consuming, manual tasks.

Incident response: The processes organizations use to triage and remediate security alerts. Incident response processes may be completely automated, completely manual, or a combination of both to mirror an organization’s unique business processes.

Cyber Security

They say you will be able to do more in a blink with the way FUTURE Technology is taking  shape, the speed with which we do business today will not be the relevant tomorrow. With the number of innovative solutions emerging from different leading organisation in a fragmented way what fits you can be long cumbersome evaluation process, by the time you are done something better comes up.

On the other hand Cyber Criminals are a step ahead in using AI, ML, Quantum computing and latest technology tools  to breach your network, they want to take away your money, destroy your business & reputation, or just have fun. Would Standard methods, Network infrastructure, Cyber security solution and services be able to protect & survive the business demands ? have you looked into SOAR solution ?


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The best and most effective solution to protect your brand from advanced email based phishing attack is by incorporating DMARC to protect your email domains. DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) is an email validation protocol which is built upon two globally accepted email authentication protocols namely SPF and DKIM.

Every day, more and more organisations are joining the DMARC consortium and it is rapidly being adopted across all industries including Banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI), Payment/E-Commerce, Telecom, Manufacturing etc.