Application Security Monitoring
Protect your organization and users from attacks and vulnerabilities with an automated process of collecting and analyzing indicators of potential security threats, then triaging these threats with appropriate action.
- It is said that ‘Security is a process, not a product’. After a handful of decades managing cyber threats, most companies would agree.
- Security as a Process requires clearly defined operations. Most companies are not in the business of Cybersecurity - they are in business because they are great at something else like banking, professional services, manufacturing, government. So, organizations like yours are forced to do one of two things:
- Build - The first option is to build cybersecurity operations. Usually, the first thing a technology team will hear from management is ‘we aren’t in the cybersecurity business, we don’t need anything fancy’. Issues with this approach include:
- Insufficient funding
- Scarcity of qualified resources
- No ‘real’ answer to management’s question of ‘How much security is enough?’ (or worse: “Are we secure?”)
- Buy - There is always the option of paying someone else to manage Security Operations. Like the previous option, this can be good or bad, but issues include:
- Am I getting what I am paying for?
- They claim to be good at everything, is that really true?
- I’ve not heard anything from (partner’s name) in a while, does that mean I’m safe or that they are asleep?
- Amber CyberEye’s Security Operations offerings can work with either the ‘Build’ or ‘Buy’ approach.
- Application Monitoring and Security are different than normal security operations
- Specific insight into application development methods, technologies and conventions are required to keep your application secure from attackers.
- Most Security Operations environments, whether in-house or contracted, do not have the specialized staff required to successfully monitor and secure your business-critical Applications.
- CyberEye offers two ways to address Application Security: