Vulnerability Management Service

Constant growth and business progression is good news for any business. However, business growth often makes it more vulnerable to external circumstances. This is where SecurityHQ’s Vulnerability Management Service steps in and provides a vulnerability management program that helps organisations accurately detect, classify, and contextualise vulnerabilities, with designed & prioritised remediation programs, for full-proof vulnerability & patch management, delivered 24/7 by our certified analysts.

Customer benefits from this service with:

  • Auditable collaboration, precise and applicable synopsis, and carefully crafted reports (Daily, weekly and monthly reports with granular statistical graphing).
  • Dedicated Vulnerability Management Team, available 24/7.
  • Understand the level of internal/external digital risk (critical applications/systems).
  • A proactive security defense strategy, by uncovering vulnerabilities rapidly, and to get them patched / mitigated.

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Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

Continuously Monitoring, Detection and Response of Malicious Behaviour with SecurityHQ’s XDR Service.

To keep up with new threats, businesses now require different combinations of detection and response capabilities. SecurityHQ covers XDR with multiple feature options, to ensure an enhanced security posture specific to your needs.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's XDR service include:

  • Improved protection, detection, and response capabilities.
  • Bespoke Service.
  • Advanced Threat Prevention & Detection with Comprehensive View of Risks via Real-Time Monitoring and Alerting.
  • Cost Saving - No Need to Build Internal SOC Capabilities or Maintain the Required Tools.
  • Access to SecurityHQ’s Award-Winning Incident Management and Analytics platform.

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The What, When, Where, Who, How and Why Behind Security Incidents

Security people can be infuriating. All too often security incidents are confused in a fog of acronyms, data, and analysis. The industry, as a whole, has failed to make information presentation humanly readable and visual.

Picture the scene of a crime; and enter our hero… the police investigator. As he scans the scene for evidence, he tries to build a picture of the events that led to this crime. There are only 6 questions in his mind… What, When, Where, Who, Why and How?

And so, to solve a problem, either in the physical world, or your cyber environment, these elements are the factors you must question and decipher to solve a problem or collect the right information.

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The Advantages of Partnering with an MSSP or Building a SOC Internally

Outsourcing to an MSSP (Managed Security Service Provider) or building an internal SOC (Security Operations Center), each comes with its own set of advantages and challenges.

The aim of both is to enhance your cyber security, develop your systems, and protect your data, processes, and people. However, knowing which strategy to take can be a hard decision to make, especially if you are unsure of what each approach requires in the first place.

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Global Threat Landscape 2022 Forecast

Join SecurityHQ’s very own Security Monitoring and Incident Response Lead, Aaron Hambleton and Security Analyst, Nikhil Mohanlal, on the 10th of March for a webinar to discuss some of the greatest threats of 2021, trends that developed throughout 2021, what we learnt from these threats and attacks, and what that means for 2022.

2021 saw a massive spike in threats, of all types, across the globe. Being more proactive with regards to security measures and processes, rather than reactive, means staying ahead of the growing threat landscape. Knowing what is out there and what threats are likely to hit in 2022, based off an analysis of what we have seen throughout 2021, means that methods to contain and mitigate can be put in place in order to remediate and mitigate attacks.

Learn about

  • The greatest threats of 2021, and what that means for threats and security measures in 2022.
  • Explore notes from the field, with real life case study examined.
  • What to do in the event of an attack, and recommendations for safeguarding.
  • Delve into the growing threat landscape head-on, for complete visibility and peace of mind.

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Ransomware Controls SecurityHQ’s Zero Trust x40

In response to a recent attack against Hackney Council, and after observing a recent and sudden increase in ransomware attacks across the globe, and in every vertical, “SecurityHQ’s Zero Trust x40” is a list of simple, inexpensive and common-sense mitigations that seek to break the adversarial tactics required to successfully orchestrate an enterprise wide ransomware attack, including Initial Access, Privilege Escalation, Lateral Movement and Exfiltration.

This paper includes:

  • 40 recommendations to help organisations safeguard against threats, both future and current.
  • Reasonings behind each recommendation, with real-life examples and analysis of recent ransomware threats.
  • An exploration of the cruciality of “asymmetrical warfare” and an evaluation of the future threat landscape.

Replay a sophisticated ransomware attack, you will develop a sense of regrettable respect for the ingenuity involved.

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Managed Detection and Response (MDR)

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) powered by real-time log analytics, with security orchestration automation & response tooling works 24x7 to identify threats and malicious activity. It enables you to investigate and respond to threats in good time thereby safeguarding your data and processes.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's MDR service include:

  • 24/7 Monitoring and Detection of Threats powered by real-time analytics and Enterprise-Grade & Gartner leading SIEM Technology.
  • Improved Speed of detection and response. SLA provides detection, analysis & notification within 15 minutes of a critical event.
  • Reduced Cost and Complexity and up/ Downscale Effortlessly.
  • Access to 260+ Security Analysts on demand.

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Vulnerability Management Service

Constant growth and business progression is good news for any business. However, business growth often makes it more vulnerable to external circumstances. This is where SecurityHQ’s Vulnerability Management Service steps in and provides a vulnerability management program that helps organisations accurately detect, classify, and contextualise vulnerabilities, with designed & prioritised remediation programs, for full-proof vulnerability & patch management, delivered 24/7 by our certified analysts.

Customer benefits from this service with:

  • Auditable collaboration, precise and applicable synopsis, and carefully crafted reports (Daily, weekly and monthly reports with granular statistical graphing).
  • Dedicated Vulnerability Management Team, available 24/7.
  • Understand the level of internal/external digital risk (critical applications/systems).
  • A proactive security defense strategy, by uncovering vulnerabilities rapidly, and to get them patched / mitigated.

Download this document and gain further insights

View Now

Managed Extended Detection and Response (XDR)

Continuously Monitoring, Detection and Response of Malicious Behaviour with SecurityHQ’s XDR Service.

To keep up with new threats, businesses now require different combinations of detection and response capabilities. SecurityHQ covers XDR with multiple feature options, to ensure an enhanced security posture specific to your needs.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's XDR service include:

  • Improved protection, detection, and response capabilities.
  • Bespoke Service.
  • Advanced Threat Prevention & Detection with Comprehensive View of Risks via Real-Time Monitoring and Alerting.
  • Cost Saving - No Need to Build Internal SOC Capabilities or Maintain the Required Tools.
  • Access to SecurityHQ’s Award-Winning Incident Management and Analytics platform.

Download to know more!

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Situational Awareness and Threat Intelligence

Since 2006, Regroup has delivered on the promise to keep people safe, informed and productive with its robust cloud-based notification platform. Our simple to use yet powerful solution alerts your entire organization when emergencies happen, and helps you run your daily operations with a full range of communication capabilities.

Regroup delivers a full suite of technology for threat intelligence, emergency alerts and real-time crisis management that is fully customizable and flexible.

Regroup provides organizations from every industry the tools they need to protect people and assets. Used for emergency and everyday communication, Regroup helps improve business continuity while mitigating risks and enhancing the safety of your entire organization.

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The Promise of Threat Intelligence: What Your Enterprise Needs to Know NOW

With today’s constantly evolving cyber landscape, combined with companies embracing a remote workforce, threat intelligence has become a crucial tool for businesses seeking operational resilience. Simply stated, threat intelligence is the collection and analysis of data points that illustrate trends that could negatively impact a business or organization. These trends may include disruptions in supply chains, civil unrest, increased cyberattack activity, reputational threats and a host of other potential hazards.

This evidenced-based knowledge includes context, mechanisms, indicators and actionable direction about existing or emerging dangers to people and assets.

This paper explores what threat intelligence is — and isn’t, why it’s crucial for a variety of industries and what expectations team leaders should set for their security goals.

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The Smart Solution For Security

The ability to quickly and effectively communicate is vital for the success of your organization. Deliver the tools, even when conventional means are unavailable with Regroup Mass Notification

One of the most crucial aspects of a successful security force is the ability to communicate quickly, safely and effectively. Lacking the proper tools can hinder even the most well-trained officers from carrying out their jobs properly

Regroup gives you the power to send important alerts and routine notifications through SMS/text, email, mobile apps, RSS posts, push notifications, voice calls and various other integrated delivery methods.. Additionally, you can easily create unlimited groups, administrators and templates in the system to organize the contacts you need to reach.

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IPAWS INTEGRATION

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in the United States oversees the Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS). IPAWS provides public safety officials with an effective way to alert and warn the public about serious emergencies using approved systems like Regroup’s, which follow Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) standards. Federal, state, local, tribal and territorial alerting authorities can use Regroup’s IPAWS integration to keep citizens informed and safe when disaster strikes.

Regroup’s system allows you to customize alerts to ensure citizens receive event-specific instructions on how to respond. You can also deliver targeted IPAWS alerts to citizens located within a specific geographic area by selecting the region on a map, and connect with other COGs to coordinate emergency response efforts across larger areas.

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The Value of Liveness Detection in Biometrics

Biometric authentication is increasingly seen incorporated into security applications. With that, significant attention is focused on both the quality and accuracy of biometric technology. To promote public acceptance and support, along with minimizing security breaches and misidentification, many biometric systems now incorporate an additional layer of security. Liveness detection.

Biometrics makes use of biological identifiers unique to each of us, intending to verify identity. As an inherence-based authentication, this is the next logical step to knowledge-based and possession-based.

That said, biometric authentication can be vulnerable to spoofing attacks in an attempt to overcome an identification or biometric verification process. The type of attack will be based upon the biometric modality, whether the biometric method involves the iris, face, voice, fingerprints, or keystroke biometrics.

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OSS Supply Chain Security and How to Help Your Overburdened Dev Team

In this Upstream chat, Tracy Bannon from MITRE joined us to discuss why it took so long, what is happening now that will help organizations positively impact their own security preparedness, and how we can bring forward good ideas and warnings in the future.

She discussed how to talk about risk profile and ways organizations can force-rank priorities. She also discussed why it’s important to reduce cognitive load on the development teams and why it’s important to offload some tasks onto trusted vendors.

Tidelift CEO and co-founder Donald Fischer then joined the discussion and explained how all this applies to open source software specifically. Donald and Tracy discussed the recently disclosed security vulnerability in the Apache log4j project, which has been dubbed “Log4Shell”, why it’s important to address quickly, how to address it, and how to better prepare for future vulnerabilities. You won't want to miss this.

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