Hacking Alarm

Detect and catch hackers in your network

On average, a hack is only discovered after 200 days. Our hacking alarm reduces that to 1 second. In this way, we help IT departments to catch hackers who can still break in despite all installed cybersecurity solutions.

The solution has a user-friendly interface, is passive, and does not consume bandwidth. It will also not collect and/or store data. It is a very effective detection system that can be linked to an agility contract.

How do we work?

You place our virtual appliance with a sophisticated environment of hackable computers and servers in your network. This is how we lure hackers into a trap. As soon as a hacker is detected, you immediately receive a notification of the cyber attack...

This allows you to react immediately and block the attack, disable the hacker(s) and repair the security breach (or have it repaired).

Who is this suitable for?

For small to large companies, we have suitable packages available to get started right away. It is possible to expand at any time. All packages contain virtual appliances, a cloud portal, agile support and updates. There are no hidden costs.

Features

Hacking Alert

Track down hackers that are already inside and be alerted immediately if you are hacked despite all security solutions installed.

Non-Intrusive

The sensors are passive and do not collect or read data. Because the solution is not 'in-line', the network is not disrupted in any way.

Plug-and-Play

Our virtual appliance is easy to install in your network. After a short configuration, everything is ready. (VMware and Hyper-V ready)

Always Up-to-date

Thanks to our update system, your network is almost always safe from attack, even if these security flaws only just exist.

Scalable

Available as Software-as-a-Service and deployable to numerous network hubs worldwide (regardless of the number of users).

Agile Support

If your systems are hacked, you will be notified immediately to disable the intruder. Our hackers will help you plug the security breach.