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Cyber crime damages will cost the world $6 trillion annually by 2021. Personal Identifiable Information, or PII is the privacy data that hackers are targeting.
Internet of Things (IoT) describes a world where just about anything can be connected and communicate in a “smart mode” by combining simple data to produce usable intelligence. With the IoT, the physical world is becoming one big information system with an ultimate goal of improving quality of life and empowering new business models. However, this also means that more personal information and business data will exist in the cloud and be passed back and forth through thousands of devices that may have exploitable vulnerabilities.
Sniper Watch Solution
It’s personal. Cybersecurity attacks are not just for business. Hackers are scraping your digital online footprint so that once enough information is gathered to understand your behaviors and traffic patterns, whether buying pet products from Chewy, home goods from Amazon, or filling up your tank at your local gas station, a story is being formulated. Automated malware is among us and if you don’t implement the proper tools to detect it, you basically have a stranger watching your family’s behavior patterns from a distance. It is no different than a thief at night watching your house from a distance waiting for you to leave, only this time, it is impossible to see the attack or know it is coming because it looks like all other traffic data.
Enter Sniper Watch.
We saw this as a problem, and it is now time to respond. We use the same technology platform that multi-million dollar banks and businesses all over the world use or may not have adopted… yet. The home is a key target for attackers, and your identity, your home automation products, and your family must be secured from all angles, all the time.
Currently, more things are connected to the Internet than people, according to an infographic from Cisco. It goes on to say that 25 billion devices are expected to be connected by 2015 and 50 billion are slated to connect by 2020. In this quickly evolving world, all the things that connect to the Internet are exponentially expanding the attack surface for hackers and enemies. A recent study showed that 70 percent of IoT devices contain serious vulnerabilities. There is undeniable evidence that our dependence on interconnected technology is defeating our ability to secure it.
Features And Benefits
Improve end-user experience
Increase capacity and performance
Remedy the bottleneck on your existing backbone: Multigigabit Ethernet can drive speeds beyond 1 Gbps without costly cable upgrades. Read More Eliminate dead spots in hard-to-wire areas: Mesh networking, included in every proposed Access Point, creates a self-healing, resilient network for cable and switch failures. It continues to operate despite failures or configuration changes in the rest of the network. This occurs without requiring manual configuration or optimization. less
Enjoy dedicated wireless intrusion detection and prevention system (WIDS/WIPS) with Air Marshal: This feature is integrated into every proposed AP and centrally managed from the Meraki cloud. Read More Experience built-in support for BYOD: You can easily and securely track and support user-owned devices. Benefit from augmented security: This wireless solution supports L3 and L7 firewalls, a built-in filter for adult content, integrated network access control (NAC) to help ensure Windows clients are running anti-virus software before joining a wireless service set identification (SSID), easy wireless client isolation for secure guest Wi-Fi, and role-based access control for granular permissions less
Simplify network management
Use simple plug-and-play deployment: Each device downloads its configuration through the cloud, facilitating large campus and multisite deployments without requiring onsite IT. Read More See who and what is on your network: The proposed APs provide deep network insight into users, device types, operating systems, applications, and bandwidth consumption, among other things. less
Endpoints Continue To Be The Primary
Point Of Entry For Breaches
70% Of Breaches Start On Endpoint Devices
Gaps In Protection
Evaded Existing Preventative Tools
Defenses Because Of User Error
Gaps In Visibility
Determine Cause Of Breach
Time To Detection
Small & Medium Sized Business
Cyberattacks are not special initiatives reserved for the large organizations.
It is our duty to enforce security
No business is immune to today’s advanced, persistent, cybersecurity threats. Small and medium sized businesses are just as susceptible, if not more susceptible than large organizations. To date, large organizations typically are the businesses that can afford high end products and services. We have streamlined more affordable, and effective delivery methods so that all businesses have the opportunity to stay secure.
On average, businesses take over 100 days to detect malware. We have the ability to detect and stop advanced malware automatically in hours or
even minutes. Some of the biggest cyberattacks, hackers were inside the company network for over 6 months, gaining intelligence before
they launched their attack.
Monitoring & Reporting
The Sniper Watch MVP platform will monitor and send you daily reports of the activity's events for that day.
What does this mean for You? Key Client Benefit
By implementing the right cybersecurity team, your business can operate at full potential and concentrate on increasing revenue and brand awareness.
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