Current security systems fail to detect 40% of cyberattacks!

Globally, 300,000 pieces of malware are created every day.

During the pandemic, cyberattacks increased by 30%.

What is the Italian PMI’s reaction to this situation?

There are generally two perceptions about the risk of suffering a cyberattack in our society:

“My company is not that interesting to hackers, so I won’t suffer cyber attacks!”

Unfortunately, this is a cliché! Cyber attacks are not created to target a specific company but a broad range of companies and organizations that have the same technology. The majority of attacks aim to launch mass actions, target a specific category, or achieve a specific goal.

These attacks can affect any type of company, large or small, using a specific technology.

“My company is already protected, it’s safe!”

Making this mistake is the most dangerous thing you can do. Trusting that already known security systems will protect one’s digital services. That’s exactly what I meant! Because most security systems rely on known statistics, they have operational limitations.

Security systems cannot detect a new attack if it is not included in the statistics: hackers know this well and eventually manage to penetrate your security system thanks to continuous attempts.

Cyberattacks begin with these two beliefs.
Attacks have become increasingly frequent and difficult to detect in recent years.
It is likely that your current security system is also at risk Once you take an attack, the damage you inflict is often not fixable: blackmail, irrecoverable data, reputation damage. Is it really worth it to put yourself through all this?

In light of all these factors, we recommend that you check the level of security you currently have
You should do this with a tool that is capable of curbing even the most recent and little-known attacks:
Seer Box, our web application security manager.

What is the difference between an application protected by Seer Box and one protected only by a Web Application Firewall?

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    WAF and other security systems work with known signatures

    • They don’t learn in hostile environments
    • They do not create new protection rules
    • Thus, they cannot stop attacks that are little-known and very recent

    After traffic monitoring, Seer Box statements allow WAF to create new rules

    Therefore, they enable detection of previously undetected attacks, and restore the passage of only legitimate traffic

    Let us check the effectiveness of your security system with our pre-analysis.

    You’ll be surprised to discover that not all traffic is monitored and therefore protected. Do you want to bet on it?

    Get in touch today!