Over the past few years, the veil of secrecy around the “Advanced Persistent Threat” (APT) has been lifted by a series of disclosures from major security companies. This understanding of the nature of APTs has led to the realization that cybersecurity risk cannot be substantially lowered just by purchasing a device or a piece of software; true risk reduction requires a comprehensive cybersecurity plan incorporating the right policies and the right technology to see and dynamically adapt to threats.
The team at Masking Networks has been working on new ways to sense and adapt to changing network environments for years. We believe that our technology, combined with an emerging technology called Software Defined Networking (SDN) can help organizations implement truly effective risk-mitigation strategies.
Masking Networks is expanding on the capabilities of SDN to improve not only the availability of enterprise systems, but their confidentiality and integrity as well. Our solution goes far beyond simply trying to identify remote hackers noisily pounding on your defenses - it gives you the capability to see, and frustrate, the truly stealthy and persistent hacker, and lets you actively respond.