The next evolution of onShore’s managed security service offers three levels of cybersecurity protection, including the newly developed, affordably-priced, entry level Security Management & Reporting as well as Managed Detection & Response (MDR) and Security Orchestration
Our next evolution of Panoptic Cyberdefense managed security service is now available.
To address the cybersecurity needs of small and mid-size banks, onShore created Panoptic Cyberdefense entry-level service, Security Management & Reporting with many higher-level features such as analysis and firewall reporting. Banks and other heavily regulated industries will appreciate the addition of continuous Compliance Violation Detection.
Security Is a Process, Not a Product
If software and hardware could prevent every security threat, there would be no intrusions, hacking, malware, or ransomware – yet there is news about new attacks almost daily. Why?
Security is a process, not a product. The most effective cybersecurity operations require 24/7 monitoring with a Security Operations Center (SOC), separation of true security threats and information from the benign – and immediate response. That’s why onShore has developed the Panoptic Cyberdefense suite of managed security services, now available at three levels.
Built for Banks, Available to All
Initially built for banks in 2004 by some of the most experienced cybersecurity professionals in the industry (protecting public ISP networks since 2000), Panoptic Cyberdefense maximizes visibility throughout your network, providing you with the strongest possible system of defense.
Panoptic Cyberdefense mitigates risk, protects sensitive data, provides validation to upper management, and elevates your security team—all while satisfying internal and external compliance requirements.
Panoptic Cyberdefense is built on the powerful big data solution, ELK Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana). ELK Stack’s flexible data analysis toolset provides onShore security analysts with sophisticated visualization for faster, more efficient threat identification. It’s a more targeted approach that allows onShore to pass on the efficiency to onShore clients in the form of lower costs.
And because it’s part of the security incident and event management (SIEM) system onShore built, there are no costly SIEM licensing fees—scaling down the costs without scaling down the security. This also allows reporting customization to satisfy auditors, the C-suite and your board. onShore is one of the only companies in the world to build a proprietary cybersecurity platform using this big data technology.
How Panoptic Cyberdefense Works
onShore cybersecurity experts first get to know your network—inside, at the perimeter, and in the cloud—to establish baselines and thresholds and be ready for response. Next, onShore proposes the right level of Cyberdefense for your organization.
Level 1: Security Management & Reporting
True threats (high value alerts) need to be separated from your network’s high volume of benign traffic, and require immediate attention. Outsourced Security Management & Reporting is onShore’s entry-level service that offers this peace of mind without the cost or hassle of operating a Security Incident & Event Manager (SIEM). Pricing starts at $995/mo.
Accepting security data from all systems in your network into the onShore ELK Stack-based (SIEM) – or yours, if you have one that you can trust – onShore will monitor, correlate, and alert on threats, anomalies, and compliance violations 24/7.
The onShore SIEM and alerting systems are located in a private cloud. onShore places a Panoptic sensor on your site or uses your existing SIEM if you prefer. In concert with its Panoptic Approach, onShore’s SIEM accepts almost any output from Active Directory, firewalls, other network devices, intrusion detection systems (IDS), data loss prevention (DLP) systems, endpoint detection, and many others.
Level 2: Managed Detection & Response (MDR)
When you need something in addition to alerts and reporting, onShore offers MDR with a dedicated cybersecurity expert that proactively hunts for early signs of threats and quickly takes aggressive action to mitigate them.
onShore Security’s MDR service is the most advanced form of detection service available today, operated by one of the most experienced cybersecurity teams in the country. Your dedicated onShore MDR cybersecurity expert gets to know the entirety of your network, monitors the edge, lateral network movement, and everything in between – whether you’re on the onShore platform, which was built to satisfy the security needs of banks, or your own platform.
Coupled with its proprietary Panoptic sensor placed in your environment, onShore takes full packet captures of network traffic via span ports in addition to other security logs. Your onShore MDR cybersecurity expert correlates data from sensors to investigate network traffic anomalies, breaches, compliance violations, and threats. The onShore team will immediately respond if an incident occurs or breach is found.
Level 3: Security Orchestration
Getting a complete picture of your cybersecurity posture requires Security Orchestration, which includes Panoptic Cyberdefense Levels 1 and 2, with the addition of the highest-level security operations center (SOC) services.
Security Orchestration gets you the highest level of security by organizing multiple systems and informing cybersecurity policy and larger business concerns.
onShore’s SOC service includes a monthly security briefing reporting high-level summary data on your security events and activity as well as threat landscape reports in conjunction with MDR.
onShore Security analysts are the human component that elevates the onShore security offering beyond alerting and detection, and makes the onShore expertise an integral part of your security team. This rich, high-level perspective brings relevance to your security efforts and informs your security strategy, at all levels.
Compliance Violation Detection
Panoptic Cyberdefense tells you if anyone on your network is violating your cybersecurity policy. Traditionally, compliance violation identification is limited to a CVE scan (offered separately by onShore) performed as part of a cybersecurity policy or compliance requirement. However, Panoptic Cyberdefense continuously monitors for both compliance violations and failed login attempts, thus satisfying new, more demanding compliance requirements with reporting to satisfy the needs of both auditors and executives.
Compliance violation detection is required by onShore banking clients and is now available to satisfy internal or external regulations of any industry.
Cybersecurity Starts with Leadership
The effectiveness of each Panoptic Cyberdefense starts with Cybersecurity Leadership, which is why onShore Security also offers a suite of cybersecurity audits, creation of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) policies, and outsourced CISO services.
The most basic cybersecurity audit is the onShore Security Maturity Assessment, which is available free, for a limited time, to organizations with 50 or more employees.