Active Protection Delivers a Critical Resource: Time
Knowing that their assets are protected, security teams now have all the time they need to resolve and remediate the underlying issue.
An Example of Active Protection with a Vulnerable Asset
DNS Records tell the world about the organization’s assets, including IP addresses and mail servers, and define its trust and settings. A Dangling DNS record points to incorrect, inactive, or non-existent assets such as IP, domain, mail server, etc.
Cyberpion inspects each of the assets connected to your organization via DNS records. When the other side of a DNS record could be abused, Cyberpion’s Active Protection is applied to block hackers from controlling the organization’s sites, mail servers and DNS servers.
While the assets are protected by Active Protection, security and IT teams have the critical time they need to permanently resolve the issue.