Cybersafe monitors your endpoints in real-time to identify threats, respond, isolate and contain attacks before data is exfiltrated, assets are further compromised, or irreversible damage is done.

Cybersafe endpoint security monitoring. 1. Endpoint Monitoring, 2. Threat Intelligence, 3. Detect Threats, 4.Alert & Contain, 5. Respond & Remediate

Cybersafe’s Endpoint Security Monitoring Service increases regulatory compliance and simplifies auditing for your organization.

Endpoints Are Prime Targets
Comprehensive security for corporate desktops and laptops requires additional solutions beyond signature based Anti-Virus, DLP and Anti-Malware tools. Almost 40% of today’s successful breaches begin with an endpoint attack.
Endpoint detection and response tools with anomaly detection, advanced forensics, and binary execution control provide complete visibility into endpoint activity and an excellent supplement to traditional desktop protection.
Via a single endpoint platform, Cybersafe can monitor and protect all of your laptops, desktops, servers and virtual environments, with support for all major operating systems. Cybersafe’s versatile and comprehensive platform is an ideal solution for protecting enterprises’ sensitive data from an ever-expanding threat landscape.

Take Control of Endpoint Security
Zero Day Attack Protection: Does not rely on signatures, we understand patterns of attack behavior and employ advanced behavioral analytics to detect and contain endpoint attacks.

Continuous Recording: Complete visibility into endpoint activity to quickly pinpoint attacks and address gaps in defenses. Threat Intelligence: Cybersafe works tirelessly with security professionals around the globe to identify new and emerging threats targeting your

Containment: A customized service that not only focuses on detection, but contains live attacks to stop adversaries in their tracks.

Threat Banning: Our team proactively bans the execution of known malicious files stopping attacks before they begin.


Endpoint Threat Detection & Incident Response That Empowers 100% Transparency Into Root Cause

Destruction moment of compromise

Deconstructing the moment of compromise

When prevention inevitably fails, detection becomes critical. Cybersafe’s Endpoint Monitoring allows our team of cyber experts to understand patterns of attack behavior, determine root cause of an attack, and ultimately contain and disrupt attacks before significant damage occurs.

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Cybersafe Endpoint Security Monitoring Methodology

Our team’s approach to Endpoint Security Monitoring incorporates the full security lifecycle of Prevention, Detection and Incident Response. Prevention alone is no longer an effective security strategy. Cybersafe’s security experts focus on detection in addition to prevention in order to keep your assets safe.

Cybersafe’s analysts utilize state-of-the-art detection and response tools which provides the necessary visibility to rapidly detect, and contain threats before any damage occurs.

By proactively monitoring and recording all activity on endpoints and servers our responders can reduce the cost of incident response while also decreasing the dwell time of targeted threats through instant attack intervention and remediation.

Prevention, detection, response= Visibility monitor and record every endpoint

Cybersafe’s Full Security Lifecycle Coverage

Determining root cause on how an attack began and a clear path to remediation.

User Visits Website Root Cause Launches Malicious Java Launches Command Shell Executes Malware cmd.exe Hacker Attempts Data Exfiltration Hacker Remains Persistent Dormant Connection

Cybersafe has successfully responded to targeted attacks on our clients’ endpoints.

Our continuous recording and monitoring platform provides full visibility across the enterprise–enabling our analysts to determine the following:

  • Adversaries, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs)
  • Systems under attack
  • Pinpointed the Malware attack vector
  • Identification of command-and-control (C&C) servers
  • Other endpoints where the same malware was spreading
  • All IP addresses and domain names associated with the malware
  • Reconnaissance activities of the attacker and which accounts the attacker was trying to access