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Overview

A comprehensive approach to cyber security

With cybercrime growing year-on-year, threat management has never been so important. Modern cybercriminals are more persistent, well-resourced and stealthy than ever. To add to the challenge, rapid workplace digitalisation, including rising cloud adoption, is blurring the traditional security perimeter and increasing the number of entry points for hackers to exploit.

Key aspects

The key aspects of threat management

There is no silver bullet to safeguard organisations against 100% of cyber threats. Successful threat management requires a multi-layered approach encompassing prevention, detection, response and recovery. Alongside robust perimeter controls, all organisations need to improve cyber hygiene, educate employees and promote a security-first culture. Proactive threat detection and cyber security assessments are also important.

Definition

What is Unified Threat Management?

Defending against the latest cyber threats can require a wide range of security technologies. Where organisations lack the resources to purchase, manage and monitor multiple solutions, a single unified system is often a more viable option.

Unified Threat Management (UTM) is the use of a single hardware or software platform to cover a broad range of security functions. UTM platforms typically encompass firewall, antivirus, anti-spam, intrusion prevention and data loss prevention solutions. Despite the benefits of using them, UTM platforms can lack the advanced behavioural monitoring tools needed to identify the latest threats. They are also a single point of failure.

ThreatDetect MDR

ThreatDetect™ MDR

Managed Detection and Response for threat management

ThreatDetect™, Redscan’s Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service, helps to alleviate the load of threat management and better protect organisations against the latest advanced threats.

Combining experienced security experts, the latest network and endpoint security tools, and up-to-the-minute threat intelligence, ThreatDetect provides the turnkey security capability needed to quickly enhance detection and response and reduce the challenges of managing security in-house.

About us

Why choose Redscan?

  • A leading UK-based MDR company
  • Red and blue team CREST CSOC expertise
  • High-quality intelligence and actionable outcomes
  • Quick and hassle-free service deployment
  • An agnostic approach to technology selection
  • Avg. >9/10 customer satisfaction, 95% retention rate

Our Services

Our award-winning services

Redscan’s security services are designed to provide the vital assistance needed to make tangible improvements to your organisation’s cyber security posture.

ThreatDetect MDR

Managed Detection and Response

Award-winning support to rapidly detect and respond to the latest threats 24/7

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Assessment Services

Specialist engagements to uncover and address hidden cyber security risks

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Managed Security Services

Expert help to manage and monitor your choice of security technologies

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Adobe has ended support for Flash Player, long recognised as a significant security risk due to its high volume of critical flaws, creating the need for frequent security vulnerability patching. However, as the software still has the potential to be targeted by cyber criminals, companies must ensure they fully remove it from their systems.