CyberObserver clears the cybersecurity “Fog of More”
to deliver effective, enterprise-wide cyber-protection.
CyberObserver is a powerful, comprehensive and easy-to-use management solution that enables Chief Security Officers, Chief Compliance Officers and IT executives to effectively secure their organizations against cyber-threats.
Developed by cybersecurity experts, CyberObserver uses our patented core engine and Critical Security Controls (CSCs) measurements to present a clear picture of enterprise-wide cybersecurity eco-system status and preparedness at any given moment, alerting to breaches and threats as they arise and actions to be taken to secure critical infrastructures across the security eco-system.
The Fog of More
“As defenders we have access to an extraordinary array of security technology, vulnerability databases…countless security-checklists…recommendations.
"But all of this technology, information, and oversight has become a veritable Fog of More.”
- The Council on CyberSecurity-2014
Fog of More – No More
Your Enterprise’s Cybersecurity – in One Clear Picture
In the chaotic cyber-security arena, what is needed is a single tool to create and manage security eco-systems; a tool which automatically and continuously builds updated views based on the technology, the processes and the people in the organization; a tool that assesses the security status of all security domains and elements, and reports them in one, clear easy-to-read format.
Maintain Cybersecurity in a Constantly Changing Environment
CyberObserver enables security professionals to maintain management control in a highly dynamic environment, where new technologies are constantly being introduced, along with new and unexpected threats. Data collected is provided in a clear, real time, role-based views, which provide easy to read depictions of the security status of each entity and domain and the inter-relationships between them. Alarms are set to alert relevant personnel, with follow-up features to ensure that timely action is taken.
Build a Cyber-Secure Enterprise Eco-System
CyberObserver automatically builds and assesses a security eco-system based on an enterprise’s existing cybersecurity infrastructure. It then quantifies baseline security and vulnerability levels in various domains and customizes Critical Security Controls to ensure continuous and robust enterprise protection.
Evaluate Security Status in Real-Time
Once the existing cybersecurity eco-system is defined and in place, CyberObserver monitors and delivers alerts regarding deviations, security breaches, potential risks and threats, in specific areas and as they relate to other systems across the enterprise. Security status across the enterprise is quantified and presented in clear, easy-to-read infographic views.
Comprehensive Coverage from Security Threats
CyberObserver not only identifies threats, but also alerts to areas of vulnerability within the enterprise which compromise its security eco-system. These can include alerts regarding improperly functioning infrastructure in the face of emerging threats, or deviations from proper security processes operation.
Critical Security Controls (CSCs)
CyberObserver’s methodology is based on continuously implementing, retrieving and analyzing CSCs from all relevant data sources existing in the organization. CSCs are customized to meet the needs of each organization, and quantified to establish baselines for each domain and for overall security within the cyber eco-system.
CyberObserver is equipped with a distinguishing auto discovery feature that enables it to detect security and security-related tools, based on trails left by software installed in the IT infrastructure. Once discovered, they are automatically included as building blocks into the security eco-system.
Taking in the Larger Picture
Suspicious activity within the enterprise leaves traces at its origin, but often affects more than one domain. CyberObserver evaluates each domain in the security eco-system across three spheres: Technology, Processes and People. Any suspicious activity across these spheres is detected, analyzed for potential inter-relatedness, and reported.