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Transforming network for the future

Information Security is a constantly evolving domain to meet the rapid threat landscape changes. In the past, cyber security was focused on protecting networks and systems from external attacks. However, as the world becomes more interconnected, cyber threats are becoming more sophisticated and can come from anywhere.

This has led to a transformation in the way cyber security is approached. Today, cyber security is not just about protecting against external attacks. It is also about protecting against insider threats, data breaches, and other emerging threats.

Organizations need to adopt a holistic approach to cyber security that includes preventive, detective, and corrective measures. They also need to invest in training and education for their employees so that they can be aware of the latest threats and how to protect themselves.

The transformation of cyber security is ongoing, and it is important for organizations to stay up-to-date on the latest threats and trends. By doing so, they can protect themselves from the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape.


Challenges you will face

The ever-changing nature of cyber threats means that organizations need to stay up-to-date on the latest threats and vulnerabilities. This can be a challenge, as cybercriminals are constantly developing new techniques and technologies. Cyberattacks can come in many forms, including phishing attacks, malware attacks, man-in-the-middle attack, SQL injection attack, denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, zero-day attacks and more.


How APTS will involve in your journey

Asia Pacific Technology Systems (Pvt) Ltd is a leading provider of comprehensive cyber security solutions that encompass a wide spectrum of digital threats. With a commitment to safeguarding businesses, organizations, and individuals from the evolving landscape of cyber risks, Asia Pacific Technology Systems offers a range of services tailored to address various aspects of digital security.


Firewalls / IDS / IPS - Firewalls

control incoming and outgoing network traffic, IDSs monitor network traffic for suspicious activity, and IPSs take action to block suspicious activity. By using a combination of these devices, organizations can create a layered security approach that can help to protect them from a variety of cyber threats.

Endpoint detection and response (EDR)

EDR is a more proactive approach to security than traditional antivirus solutions. Antivirus solutions only scan for known threats, while EDR can detect and respond to unknown threats. EDR is also more effective at detecting threats that are spread through lateral movement, as it can track the activity of all endpoints on a network.

Web application firewalls (WAFs)

ESGs work by inspecting email messages for malicious content using a variety of techniques, such as signature-based scanning, content filtering, and sandboxing. If an ESG detects malicious content in an email message, it can block the message, quarantine the message, or send an alert to an administrator.

Email security gateways

WAFs are an important part of a layered security approach to web application protection. WAFs are designed to protect web applications from a variety of attacks, including cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection


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