WHEN YOUR NETWORK GETS HACKED, WILL EVERYTHING BE GONE BY THE TIME YOU REALIZE?
As networks have become more sophisticated, so have malicious hackers and their tools. Now even organizations that spend millions on data security can be broken into at will, with the average infiltration lasting months. Vital business data, including data entrusted by others, can be surveyed and stolen without even seasoned IT professionals becoming aware. The time has come for a new approach.
Sentinel is a system engineered by John McAfee to turn the tide. Designed using the Proactive Anti-Hacking model, Sentinel watches your network and reacts instantly to suspicious activity. Even when that activity originates from inside your network.
The average Enterprise data breach lasts months. Sentinel will alert your IT professionals in seconds.
Cybersecurity Legend John McAfee
Talks About Sentinel
The Equifax data breach of 2017 is the latest in a string of high-profile, heavy-damage infiltrations of Enterprise networks. Their network was compromised for several months before the attack was even noticed. Their 3 year budget for cybersecurity was $250 million dollars. What the breach will cost the company, and consumers, remains to be seen.
PACKED WITH ENTERPRISE FEATURES
Sentinel is designed to fit into existing Enterprise networks without causing any impact on performance. Sentinel is compact and produces no noise and very little heat. And it is a snap to deploy and start protecting your network immediately. Everything your organization needs to get up to speed in one small package.
Increases the efficiency and potency of your existing IT staff.
The Sentinel Portal gives your IT professionals the view they need to understand threats.
Sentinel creates a detailed record of suspicious activity and logs data with forensic value.
Simplified installation and setup starts protecting from Day 1.
Sentinel's compact package is flexible enough for any installation requirements.
Sentinel protects your existing infrastructure with no further upgrades required.