Infrastructure security can refer to both physical assets like real estate and technological assets like computers, networking systems, and cloud resources, including both hardware and software. Infrastructure security include defence against calamities like natural disasters and other calamities in addition to protection from conventional cyberattacks. It also addresses the subject of resilience, which takes into account how an organisation bounces back following an attack or other interruption. The ultimate objective is to strengthen security measures and reduce the amount of downtime and related costs that firms incur for customer attrition, brand and reputation loss, and compliance.
Network security is the process of protecting a computer network from damage or intrusion. It includes the prevention of unauthorized access, malicious damage, and theft of data.
Advanced Threat Protection
Advanced Threat Protection is a term used in the cybersecurity industry to describe protection against sophisticated and advanced cyber attacks. These are typically designed to bypass traditional defenses and exploit vulnerabilities in the system.
Managed endpoint detection and response (MEDR) is a service that allows organizations to detect and respond to cyberattacks in a timely manner. The MEDR service can also be integrated with other security solutions, such as SIEM, network access control, and anti-virus.