Managed Security

While more and more companies are adopting digital transformation, which has resulted in a huge increase in cloud technologies and remote work, it is becoming evident that risks are also emerging. Threat actors are becoming more skilled and challenging to stop, which is resulting in thousands of assaults with catastrophic commercial effects.

Cybersecurity technologies are required to effectively identify and react to these threats have become too many to handle without a specialized staff as cyberattacks continue to get more complicated. Many firms are unable to implement in-house solutions due to the expense and personnel lack.

Therefore, to secure their digital assets from internal threats, cyberthreats, or outsider threats, businesses today prefer to outsource some or all of their security operations to a professional Managed Security Service provider such IBSCY.

IBSCY, with its years of expertise, can help companies to protect their valuable assets and their vital data. Our Managed Security Service assists organizations to detect risks before they become real and interrupt business.

As an outcome, our services enable businesses to lower risk, improve compliance, and lower the overall cost of ownership while preserving digital assets in the best possible operational and productive conditions, whether they are on-premises or in the cloud.

IBSCY as a Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) offers outsourced management and monitoring over security systems and equipment. These services include managed firewall/UTM, virtual private network, vulnerability screening, anti-viral services, intrusion detection, and more.

With a comprehensive selection of cybersecurity solutions that cater to the requirements of the contemporary digital workforce, IBSCY Managed Security Services were created to offer workable solutions to these frequent issues and free you up to concentrate on the needs of your company. Our skilled security specialists can respond swiftly and effectively to client requests and security risks.


At IBSCY LTD in Cyprus, our Managed Security Services - Analytics is tailored to address the evolving needs of organizations seeking heightened detection and mitigation capabilities. Our solution is specifically designed to meet the rigorous requirements of both the public sector and commercial entities. It offers comprehensive security threat intelligence derived from a wide array of machine data sources. This system excels at performing anomaly-based detection and near real-time correlation across various events, sessions, systems, platforms, and data sets.

What sets our advanced analytics approach apart is its ability to monitor nearly any device generating machine data, extending beyond traditional security and network devices. In addition to detecting conventional signature-based threats, MSS—Analytics employs behavioral modeling to identify advanced threats, delivering invaluable insights that can significantly reduce the time it takes to detect potential threats.

By implementing our security analytics solutions, your security teams can streamline their workflow, spend less time sifting through false positives, and significantly enhance their ability to identify threats accurately and efficiently. This empowers them to make well-informed decisions promptly, ultimately strengthening your organization's security posture.

Using Darktrace and its AI capabilities, a company can enjoy the analysis of thousands of metrics by the AI thus understanding your business and signal on potential threats. In addition, the system provides readiness analysis, recovery decision making, incident collaboration and reporting in an after attack or an ongoing attack scenario.


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

Incident Response

IBSCY's team of experts is poised to promptly detect and eliminate live threats through their Incident Response Services. Whether it involves an infection, compromise, unauthorized asset access, or an endeavor to bypass your security measures, we are here to assist you in addressing any threat and safeguarding your business.

Security software such as Darktrace have developed self-learning AI systems, which can provide 24/7 protection to users, where the system responds in seconds, and is able to stop any-in progress attacks and ransomware at any stage. There is high precision in the AI algorithm as it learns what is not normal for an organization and responds to a threat even if it has been encountered in the past.

Security Advisory

Security Advisory is a thorough evaluation of an organization's IT systems, policies, and procedures to assess their effectiveness in safeguarding data and mitigating cybersecurity risks. It includes reviewing infrastructure, access controls, data protection, and compliance. The audit identifies vulnerabilities and provides recommendations for improvement. The goal is to enhance security, ensure compliance, and reduce the risk of cyber threats.

After conducting the audit, auditors provide a detailed report with findings, recommendations, and action items. This report helps organizations address security weaknesses, improve their security posture, and reduce the risk of cyberattacks and data breaches. Regular IT security audits are essential for maintaining strong cybersecurity defences and ensuring ongoing compliance with evolving security standards and regulations.

What Security Advisory might include:

  1. Risk Assessment: The audit typically begins with an evaluation of the organization's IT security risks, including threats, vulnerabilities, and potential impacts. This step helps prioritize areas for examination.
  2. Compliance Verification: Auditors ensure that the organization 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 organization'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 authorized 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 organization'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 organization.
  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 organization relies on third-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.