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Code Red - The latest zero day vulnerability, the Heartbleed Bug in the OpenSSL cryptographic library. Affects tech providers using OpenSSL's 1.0.1 and the 1.0.2-beta release.

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Frequently Asked Questions

These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding of PanoSec and how we can serve your business. They provide basic information, sometimes about fairly complex topics, and will often link to more detailed information. These FAQs are meant to aid you. Please do not hesitate to contact us.

General Questions

Why Don't Traditional Defences Work anymore? Such as, Anti Virus, firewalls and Gateways?

Today's Advanced Cyber Threats have changed. Traditional security won't protect you from the latest zero-day and targeted APT attacks. PanoSec patches the security holes left wide open by traditional Protection.

What does the PanoSec platform enable me to do?

  1. Be Prepared
    • Actionable threat intelligence
  2. Respond in real-time
    • Block Zero Day Attacks
    • Patch security holes
  3. Be pro-active
    • Protect against dynamic, sophisticated and targeted threats. Such as APT attacks and Advanced Malware. DDOS
    • Prevent Remote Attacks
    • Help secure data -for various compliance regulations

Do you host the platform and that is it?

No, not at all. We of course host the platform and manage it for you. But we also pinpoint weaknesses and help improve them for you.

Computer and IT Security is a process, not a state or one product. Businesses can aim to be in a secure state, but we need to have the process in place to maintain 'security'.

Hence, PanoSec provides your business with: Access to the right People using the right Processes with the right technology.

I have not been hacked so why should I care? My current protection seems enough.
There are two types of companies in the world: those that know they’ve been hacked, and those that don’t Misha Glenny a British journalist who specialises in organised crime and cyber security Source Title

Which one are you? If you have been hacked would you like to know by who, how and why?

Hackers: Who are they and why do they do it?
  • Because they can
  • Organised crime
  • Financially motivated - Obtain financial details
  • Corporate espionage (gather information)
  • Competitive intelligence (market research. Obtain competitor edge)
  • Economical espionage (Intellectual Property 'theft')
  • Insider threats (disgruntled employees)
  • Hacktivists -Attack computing systems to make some kind of statement or for a cause
How can security breaches cost an organisation?

It can cost an organisation directly financially or indirectly via reputation damage and damaged customer relations. For some industries it will mean not being able to meet Compliance regulations.

Does the hosting Company already do this?

Many hosting Companies do a great job in implementing safe and secure business processes. Such as ISO27001,ISO22301 and ISO22301. But now we need a Human, non-software solution to real-time threats that will patch the advanced attacks of today. PanoSec often partner with Hosting Companies as Hosting Companies see the benefit of working together with PanoSec against the the new generation of cyber attacks.

How do you work with businesses and their other IT Providers

PanoSec work Hand in hand with your team.

When we work with your team and partners, it happens on two levels:

We identify and patch weaknesses where a hacker could immeidately attack and work with you to build robust and proactive IT Security for the future.

...Empower not hinder