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Challenge:

The constant hassle of training

Solution

Your solution is the people and replaces the need for SOC.
You no longer require a traditional SIEM - No more endless updates and professional services to keep parsing running and correlations working - nevermind the alerting. False positives are a thing of the past and the CyberEasy platform does the heavy lifting with data parsing, analysis, correlation, so the alerting is focused and actionable.

Challenge:

The time budget

Solution

Your protection is almost instant with a deployment that takes minutes. Any traffic we (you and CyberEasy) deem to be out of bounds of BAU - Your business will be equipped with the information to respond rapidly.

 

Challenge:

Information overload

Solution

You know immediately when something happens on or to your team and network. Your visibility on the estate is complete and real-time. Our forward thinking and design allow the solution to scale, grow and shift with the global requirements.

Challenge:

The shortage of expertise/understanding

Solution

With CyberEasy, your network is not “too complex”. Your third parties and clients all benefit from your total visibility.

Challenge: The resource pinchChallenge: The resource pinch

Challenge:

The resource pinch

Solution

By leveraging behavioral analytics and artificial intelligence, our software keeps itself up to date so you don’t have to worry about upgrading your security analytics solution every time there’s a new  cyber threat (which is an everyday occurrence).

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