Managed Security

Each year an increasing number of companies embrace digital transformation, leading to a significant rise in cloud technologies and remote work. However, this shift also introduces numerous risks. Threat actors are becoming more adept, launching thousands of sophisticated assaults with potentially devastating commercial impacts. 

To effectively identify and respond to these escalating threats, it is essental for all companies to use effective cybersecurity technologies.  Cyberattacks have become too complex and frequent for organisations to manage without specialised staff. Many firms find it prohibitive to implement in-house solutions due to high costs and peronnel shortages. Consequently, businesses today increasingly opt to outsource some or all of their security operations to professional Managed Security Service providers like IBSCY. 

With years of expertise, IBSCY helps companies protect their valuable assets and vital data. Our Managed Security Service proactively assists organisations in detecting risks before they meterialise and disrupt business operations. As a result, our services help businesses reduce risk, enhance compliance, and lower overall cost of ownership while keeping digital assets in optimal operational condition, whether on-premises or in the cloud. 

As a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP), IBSCY offers outsourced management and monitoring of security systems and devices. These services include managed firewalls/ UTM, virtual private networks, vulnerability scanning, anti-viral services, intrusion detection, and more.  Designed to address the needs of the modern digital workforce, IBSCY Managed Security Services provide practical solutions to prevalent issues, allowing you to focus on your business's core requirements. Our skilled security specialists are equipped to respond swiftly and effectively to client inquiries and security threats. 


At IBSCY Ltd in Cyprus, our Managed Security Services- Analytics are meticulously designed to cater to the evolving needs of organisations seeking advanced detection and mitigation capabilities. This solution is tailored to fulfill the stringent requirements of both public sector and commercial entities, offering comprehensive security threat intelligence that utilizes a broad spectrum of machines data sources. The system is adept at conducting anomaly-based detection and performing real-time correlation across diverse events, sessions, systems, platforms, and data sets. 

Our advanced analytics approach is distinguished by its capability to monitor nearly any device that generates machine data, extending its reach beyond traditional security and network devices. Beyond detecting conventional signature-based threats, MSS-Analytics incorporates behavioural modelling to identify advanced threats. This provides invaluable insights that can drastically reduce the time required to detect potential threats. By integrating our security analytics solutions, an organisation's security teams can optimise their workflow, reduce time spent on false positives, and significantly improve their efficiency and accuracy in threat identification. This enables the company to make informed decisions swiftly, thus strengthening the organisation's overall security posture. 

Utilising Darktrace and its AI capabilities, companies can benefit from the analysis of thousands of metrics by the AI, gaining a deep understanding of the business and receiving alerts on potential threats. Furthermore, the system offers readiness analysis, decision-making support for recovery, incident collaboration, and reporting, which are crucial during or after an attack scenario. 


Security monitoring is often the primary response when addressing a security incident notification. This phase encompasses the daily monitoring of security-related ooccurrences, such as user access and authorisation changes, alongside the examination of such system events spanning the entire network. 

Incident Response

IBSCY's team of experts stands ready to promptly detect and eliminate live threats through their Incident Response Services. Whether it involves an infection, compromise, unauthorised asset access, or an endeavour to bypass the organisation's security measures, they are poised to assist in addressing any threat and safeguarding businesses. 

Advanced security software such as Darktrace has developed self-learning AI systems. These systems provide 24/7 protection, responding within seconds to halt any in-progress attacks and ransomware at any stage. The AI algorithm boasts high precision, learning what is abnormal for an organisation and responding to threats even if encountered in the past. 

Security Advisory

Security Advisory is a comprehensive evaluation of an organisation's IT systems, policies, and procedures aimed at assessing their effectiveness in safeguarding data and mitigating cybersecurity risks. This assessment encompasses a review of infrastructure, access controls, data protection measures, and compliance with relevant regulations. Through this audit, vulnerabilities are identified, and recommendations for improvement are provided with the goal of enhancing security, ensuring compliance, and minimising the risk of cyber threats. 

Following the audit, auditors furnish a detailed report containing findings, recommendations, and actionable items. This report serves as a roadmap for organisations to address security weaknesses, enhance their security posture, and decrease the likelihood of cyberattacks and data breaches. Regular IT security audits are indispensable for upholding robust cybersecurity defences and ensuring continued adherence to evolving security standards and regulations. 

What Security Advisory might include: 

  1. Risk Assesment: The audit typically begins with an evaluation of the organisation's IT security risks, including threats, vulnerabilities, and potential impacts. This step helps prioritise areas for examination. 
  2. Compliance Verification: Auditors ensure that the organisation complies with industry-specific regulations, such as GDPR, HIPAA or PCI DSS as well as internal security policies and procedures. 
  3. Infrastructure Assessment: This involves evaluating the organisation's network architecture, hardware, software, and configurations to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities. 
  4. Access Control Analysis: Auditors assess user access rights, privileges, and authentication mechanisms to ensure that only authorised individuals can access sensitive information and systems. 
  5. Data Protection Review: The audit examines how data is stored, transmitted, and protected, including encryption, backup procedures, and data retention  policies. 
  6. Incident Response Testing: Auditors may simulate security incidents to evaluate the organisation's readiness and effectiveness in responding to and mitigating threats. 
  7. Security Policies and Procedures:  The audit reviews and assesses the adequacy of security policies, procedures, and guidelines in place within the organisation. 
  8. Security Awareness and Training: Auditors evaluate the effectiveness of security training programs for employees to ensure they are aware of best practices and potential threats. 
  9. Third-Party Assessments: If the organisation relies on thrid-party vendors or services, auditors may assess the security of these external relationships. 
  10.  Documentation Review: Auditors examine documentation related to security controls, incident response plans, and other security-related processes.