Proactive Anti-hacking


The volume of high-profile hacks recorded so far in 2016 already exceeds the total recorded in all of 2015. The temperature is rising, and hackers are growing more sophisticated in their techniques. Organizations are vulnerable, and the old-world model of reactive security is not equal to the challenge. The industry must adopt proactive defensive strategies if our networks are to be protected.

Sentinel MGT is the first product in a full suite designed to proactively protect networks, computers, users and data. Without affecting your network QOS or creating bottlenecks, the Sentinel MGT system gives the edge back to the network administrator by alerting them to intrusions on their network, and by keeping the hacker busy with honeypots rather than causing real damage.

Sentinel MGT features a new approach towards monitoring network traffic that outpaces every other approach in the industry. The system, composed of a passive hardware device connected to each subnetmonitors network traffic for suspicious activity using sophisticated algorithms, generating an alert and deploying countermeasures when triggered.

The device requires no setup or user configuration. The user merely plugs it in and it instantly begins communicating anomalous packets to an MGT server, where they are analyzed and appropriate alerts are instantaneously transmitted to the IT administrator.

Sentinel MGT mitigates risk by greatly reducing the time a hacker has to operate inside protected networks, planting malware and stealing data. It also allows for an investigation to begin while the attack is in progress, rather than after the perpetrator has left the system. This Anti-Hacking system allows organizations, for the first time, to take a proactive rather than a reactive approach to cybersecurity.

The first production run will ship in Q4 of 2016.

If you are interested in more information on how you can deploy Sentinel MGT on your network, please contact us below.

 

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