The Silicon Review
Mid-sized and large organizations are struggling to keep up with ever-changing cybersecurity landscape due to lean IT staff size, limited IT security budgets and an increasing number of federal, state and industry compliance mandates. While a Global 1000 company may have financial resources to survive a cybersecurity breach, Ponemon research demonstrates a high likelihood of catastrophic outcome for a mid-sized organization. Combating these threats requires:
Cygilant is a SOC2 certified service provider that combines MSSP and Incident Detection and Response (IDR) capabilities managed by global SOCs staffed with trained security engineers, all under one company. The company leverage cutting-edge big data technologies including machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, backed by security experts to detect incidents, hunt for vulnerabilities and respond with timely remediation guidance to fix security incidents and vulnerabilities. Cygilant becomes the eyes and ears for cybersecurity and compliance posture. Its goal is to continually reduce the attack surface so that one doesn’t become a news story or put the organization at risk due to loss of valuable customer and patient data, IP and trade secrets.
Security as a Service
Detect Threats, Respond to Incidents, Patch Vulnerabilities and Meet Compliance Mandates
Information security is becoming a competitive advantage in many industries, with companies that can be trusted with financial data and personal information becoming better able to attract and retain customers and partners. Security as a service allows resource-constrained organizations to keep a level playing field with larger enterprises. Instead of a large upfront fixed cost for software such as SIEM, personnel hiring, and professional integration services, security as a service spreads those costs over the subscription period. This model can provide more flexibility when budgeting IT expenditures. The scarcity of trained security professionals makes hiring trained staff in-house difficult. With security as a service, one can receive around-the-clock security coverage for less than the cost of staffing one shift in-house.
Cygilant’s SOCVue is a security-as-a-service solution that combines cutting-edge, big data machine learning technology suite with best-in-class Global Security Operations Centers (GSOC) and security best practices for effective 24x7 cybersecurity programs. SOCVue enriches data from a variety of security and compliance products such as SIEM, log management, vulnerability assessment/management, patch management, and configuration audit with threat intelligence data. Cygilant GSOC analysts use this data to efficiently detect, analyze and respond to security incidents around the clock to minimize the risk of security breaches, data theft, PII and PHI violations, IP loss and compliance violations. Its Global SOC Security Analysts provide timely notification and remediation guidance, helping one proactively fix potential weak links and continuously improve the security and compliance posture.
Meet Your Industry’s Security Challenges
Gain the Insight You Need to Achieve Your Security and Compliance Goals with Cygilant’s 24x7 Global SOCs
Organizations across all industries face increasing threats of cyber attacks and data breaches. For organizations constrained by limited resources or IT security staff, the risks can be even greater, without the necessary defenses to identify and remediate potential problems before they are exploited. Organizations must also meet a wide range of government and industry regulations that require minimum best practices regarding cybersecurity and safeguarding sensitive information.
Cygilant’s hybrid security-as-a-service solutions work around the clock to protect organizations in many different industries:
Meet the Leader
Vijay Basani, Co-Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer: Vijay is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of building successful businesses delivering enterprise-class solutions. Before starting Cygilant, he founded AppIQ, an application storage resource management provider acquired by Hewlett Packard in October 2005, and WebManage Technologies, a policy-driven content delivery solution provider acquired by Network Appliance in August 2000.
Vijay is the co-owner of five patents for the architecture and design of the WebManage Content Delivery system, Adaptive Policy Engine, and SLA Management. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronics and instrumentation as well as an MBA and post-MBA degrees from Baruch College in New York. He completed Owner/President Management program at Harvard Business School and is an HBS Alumni.