Marc Castejon, CEO & Founder
In a continually changing and hostile network environment where new software vulnerabilities appear almost every day, continuous monitoring of an organization’s infrastructure has become highly imperative. Even though organizations are deploying their web applications on highly secure cloud platforms like Amazon and Google Cloud, they are still unable to prevent criminals from entering those networks. To address these predicaments, organizations today are looking for ways to proactively identify, evaluate, and manage cyber risks.
One company advancing considerably in the cybersecurity landscape by empowering customers with a powerful suite of security products and services is New York-based Silent Breach. The company is at the forefront of proactive cybersecurity, a position they’ve fortified through Quantum Armor, their next-gen continuous cybersecurity monitoring system that allows organizations to be prepared against cyberattacks at all times. “Our mission is to provide administrators with more metrics for in-depth insights into the security posture of their web application around the clock,” commences Marc Castejon, CEO & Founder of Silent Breach.
What sets Silent Breach apart from its competitors is its Artificial Intelligence (AI) models. Silent Breach’s Quantum Armor leverages the power of artificial intelligence to spot trends, unusual events, and unexpected changes in configuration. The company’s unique machine learning engine can process millions of lines of logs per second from Amazon, Google Cloud, or Azure to extract any relevant information. To deliver enhanced flexibility, the company’s continuous cybersecurity monitoring solution is offered either as a service (SaaS) or on-premises. Quantum Armor also provides a dashboard where users can not only view the attack surface easily but also receive immediate assistance to reduce the attacks.
Besides, Silent Breach also offers a wide range of managed security services that include continuous monitoring, network security assessments, Webapp testing and source code review. “Our ultimate aim is to provide 360-degree cybersecurity coverage by designing our products and services to function as an integrated turnkey solution,” mentions Castejon.
Implementation of Quantum Armor is a cinch. To get started, the customer has to integrate the HTTP address of their website with Quantum Armor. The company’s system doesn’t require the user to install any agent on their web application. Silent Breach can gather metrics by using the domain name and any available public information by running scanners against the website to collect the leaked email addresses or passwords. “Using a single piece of information, the domain name, we can perform external scans to generate reports and analyze the available web pages,” states Castejon.
Silent Breach also has a 24/7 security operations center that actively monitors logs, cybersecurity trends, and intelligence from law enforcement agencies from around the world. Castejon explains, “We do not believe in a single product that fits a single market; with that in mind, we have built a platform that can be customized for any market, regulations, countries, continents, and culture.”
Our ultimate aim is to provide 360-degree cybersecurity coverage by designing our products and services to function as an integrated turnkey solution
Silent Breach’s value proposition and technical capabilities can be well illustrated through a case scenario where Silent Breach offered their system to a government entity in France. The entity faced immense challenges that prevented them from gaining real insight into their security posture due to the physically and logically different applications running together on their server. With Quantum Armor, they now have deeper visibility into their cybersecurity posture on a single dashboard to experience enhanced security at an ultimately reduced cost.
Scripting such success stories, the coming days hold even brighter prospects for Silent Breach. As a part of its expansion plan, the company is intending to extend its footprint in South America. “We are very excited to diversify our market share in 2020 by augmenting our platform. Going ahead, we want to continue our competitive edge in AI models by developing more products and offering more tailored services,” concludes Castejon.