Cyber threats are not going to stop. Some of the critical threats include complex vulnerabilities, insecure cloud environments, lack of automation, human errors, digital identity cloning, compliance issues, data security and money laundering. Key attack vectors causing such risk include Distributed Denial of Service, spear phishing, ransomware, mobile malware, insider threats, and IoT exploitations.

These threats keep evolving and might strike anytime. And that is the reason why Aujas has built the next-gen Cyber Defense Center (CDC) to take on these threats.

This CDC is available at your beck and call. The CDC leverages an intelligence led approach and is powered by AI-ML to detect an attack in seconds and match its speed to prevent a breach. The source of threat is investigated quickly, and a suitable response is initiated to neutralize the attack.

Aujas CDC can evolve security defenses against web-based attacks, reduce ransomware occurrences, mitigate insider threats, ensure 24x7 monitoring, leverage analytics, enhance security governance, improve perimeter controls, and implement data loss prevention methods.

To take on any form of complex attack, the CDC offers completely managed cybersecurity services based on the NIST cybersecurity framework, be it on premise, cloud, or virtual. Aujas CDC offers highly advanced services such as Breach Automation, Cloud Security, Red Teaming, Access Governance, and 360 Degree Managed Detection and Response to transform cybersecurity posture. Aujas resource strength include engineering teams, elite group of threat hunters, product specialists, architects and forensic experts who are always on the front-line to monitor and mitigate all known and unknown threats 24/7.

Aujas CDC Capabilities

  • Proactive threat identification: Predict and neutralize threats, eliminate false positives.
  • Alert Investigation: Ability to investigate huge alert volumes generated daily and find common ground between the alert, source, and destination IP.
  • Alert Prioritization: Rank alerts based on their priorities and possible impacts.
  • Endpoint Detection and Response: Record activities and events on endpoints and provide better visibility to security teams.
  • Threat Analytics: Address the drawback of rule-based detection by applying big data, analytics, and machine learning to detect advanced malware.
  • AI-driven Breach Prevention: Use automation to replace manual, mundane, and repetitive cyber defense processes.
  • ML-driven incident response: Incident analysis based on Machine Learning driven techniques for faster investigation.
  • Rule-based Detection: Formulate and apply standard organizational rules on collected user activity logs to stop suspicious activity.
  • Threat Intelligence Platform: Aggregate, correlate, and analyze threat data from multiple sources to create a defense mechanism by looking into IoCs like IP address, URL, domain names, email addresses, links, attachments, etc.
  • User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA): Process large datasets to identify potential threats by creating a baseline, risk scores, and integrating with SIEMs.
  • Deception Technologies: Use of simulated and automated honey-nets/honey-pots for easier threat detection and response.
  • Packet Capture: Focus not only to capture events but the total packet capture to understand the dynamics of an attack.
  • Incident Analysis: Automate data collection and analysis to measure the impact of an attack, find attributes of an attacker, identify compromised assets, and investigate the root cause of an attack.
  • Incident Remediation: Enable faster containment, recovery, and mitigation of threats.
  • SOAR: Employ Security Orchestration and Automation (SOAR) to improve incident response and standardization of processes.
  • Dark Web Monitoring: Provide visibility into the hacker community and underground marketplaces for any stolen data.
  • Threat Hunting: Experienced team of threat hunters capable of blue teaming, red teaming, forensics, and investigation.
  • SIEM Services and Operations: To control integration, process mapping, and relevant reporting.
  • MITRE Framework Mapped Threat Cases: Mapping MITRE ATT&CK Threat vectors with SOC Threat Cases for better insights on the techniques and tactics used by the attacker.

 

Aujas helps businesses to build and transform their cybersecurity. We are the engineers of cybersecurity transformation. With attacks and breaches becoming unavoidable, it is time to take fitting steps by proactively responding to them leveraging security automation, analytics, and threat intelligence capabilities. To know more about Aujas Cyber Defense Center, talk to our experts at contact@aujas.com.