During February half term 2019 I was given the amazing opportunity to spend the day with Invinsec Ltd in Cheltenham. Aled Jones, Director of Customer Success, organised a well-planned day … Continue reading Work Experience Day at Invinsec
When attackers have breached your network, one of the first actions they will take is to passively fingerprint the network to see what might be good to exfiltrate or encrypt. When we detect any activity with the Canary or it’s associated files, we will be alerted therefore enabling further investigation by our analysts and, if we find it to be a true positive, we will let you know.
Volume licensing is essentially a consumption-based pricing model: you pay for what you use. Traditional, on-premises SIEM (Security Information & Event Management) solutions usually operate on this basis, which has a number of key drawbacks for businesses:
Protecting an organisation from cyber crime is a relentless task, as both security solutions and means to attack continue to evolve. The repercussions of a security ‘incident’ can be costly, in terms of financial loss, data recovery and damage to reputation.
Overall my experience of work shadowing at Invinsec has been very positive. All of the team were very engaging and attentive, ensuring that I had plenty of opportunities to learn … Continue reading Life at Invinsec by Zuzana Baxendale