Every year marks another “worst year ever” for cybersecurity. 2022 will be more of the same
Shouldn’t you be working to protect your company and their systems against cyber threats?
Take charge of your security with ACSIA real-time threat intelligence cybersecurity system while also enabling governance and compliance.
Using a combined approach based on log analysis, AI and machine learning, ACSIA automates time consuming security analysis – monitoring, profiling, identifying and mitigating cybersecurity incidents.
From detecting scans that may indicate an emerging attack, through to full blown attempts at malware injection, using ACSIA is like having a skilled security engineer at work 24/7, enabling a robust security posture while engaging the human factor for higher order leaving decision making.
Data centric cybersecurity
Work has fundamentally changed. Data has moved to the cloud and employees can get to it from any network, wherever they are in the world.
ACSIA informs you in real time as soon as a threat appears.
We are in a post perimeter security world. It is no longer sufficient to exclusively focus on perimeter security.
ACSIA does not create new workflows and processes – instead it automates and resolves them.
Employees work from anywhere in the world and their devices access corporate data from the cloud outside of traditional security protections. Securing data in the post-perimeter world requires organizations to move critical security capabilities to where applications are hosted and data is stored.
Quick & easy setup
Quick and fast deployment in setting up ACSIA. No tuning or rules required.
What is data-centric security?
Data-centric security is a new approach to enterprise cybersecurity focused on the protection of corporate data when accessed by devices outside the corporate perimeter. It is a security model for the modern, perimeter-less, cloud-delivered, and privacy-focused world.
Post-perimeter security controls access to both the Internet and corporate data based on continuous assessment of risk. It then modifies access to protect data and users if risk levels are exceeded.