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Atomic Enterprise OSSEC

Today’s Threat Landscape

We are well past the days when organizations questioned whether an investment in cybersecurity was necessary. According to PwC’s 2018 CEO survey, the top four threats to business growth are terrorism, geopolitical uncertainty, over-regulation, and cybersecurity.

But the burden and complexity of cybersecurity and compliancy across cloud infrastructures remains.

A Severe Shortage of Cybersecurity Professionals

Cybersecurity Ventures, “Cybersecurity Jobs Report 2018-2021” predicts that there are currently 350,000 open cybersecurity positions in the US and a predicted shortfall of 3.5 million cybersecurity jobs by 2021. Large and small organizations are relying more and more on automation as a means of securing their infrastructure without the need to add additional resources. And they’re looking to the open source community to provide the answers.

OSSEC

Open Source Security (OSSEC) is an innovative, open source host-based intrusion detection system(HIDS) used by leading global companies including Netflix, Facebook, NBC News, Verizon, Oracle,Caterpillar, Walgreens, and the New York Times. Designed to handle tens of thousands of nodes and the data they generate, it addresses log aggregation and analysis for scale. It is incredibly robust but it is also complicated.

A Comprehensive, Multi-layered Cloud and Server Protection Platform

Atomic Enterprise OSSEC (AEO), from Atomicorp, was developed to enhance the capabilities of OSSEC and make it easier and more practical to use. For example, the open source version of OSSEC alone does nothing to provide security or to prevent attacks. It’s a detection tool. Atomicorp Enterprise OSSEC:

For more information on how AEO makes OSSEC even more powerful and useful to any organization, contact Atomicorp today.

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