CybrHawk Cloud Security

In order to provide stability and protection to cloud-based resources such as websites and web applications, cloud security provides multiple layers of network infrastructure control. Whether in a public or private cloud, organizations need to balance their cloud security provider’s DDoS protection, high availability, data security, and regulatory compliance.

Benefits of a framework for cloud protection

Protection of network DDoS

A DDoS assault is intended to overwhelm website servers so that valid user requests can no longer be answered. This renders a website useless for hours, or even days, if a DDoS attack is successful. This can lead to a loss of sales, customer trust and credibility for the company. CybrHawk Cloud Protection is a suite of tools that track DDoS attacks, classify them and analyze them.

Data Security

Some major data breaches in high-profile companies have resulted in significant losses and some have even gone out of business where IT professionals and executives want to do their utmost to prevent a data breach in their own company. As a result, investment is rising in access control, intrusion prevention, identity management, and virus and malware protection.


Some industries have more industry and government regulations than others, such as financial institutions and e-commerce. A robust CybrHawk solution can provide an enhanced infrastructure to support regulatory compliance and protect the personal and financial information of consumers.

Leading Concerns on Cloud Security

Violations of data

Data becomes the main target for cyber-attacks. It is essential for organizations that own or process data to identify the business value of data and the effect of its loss.

Misconfiguration of adjustments and inadequate control
Cloud-based assets are highly complex and dynamic, making management difficult. In the cloud, traditional controls and approaches to change management are not effective.
Lack of technology and policy in the cloud
Ensure alignment of security architecture with business goals and goals. Develop and implement a framework for security architecture.
Identity, passwords, access and key management are inadequate
Safe accounts, including two-factor authentication, and root account use restricted. Practice stringent identity verification and permission checks for cloud clients and identities.
Account hijacking
This is a threat that needs to be taken seriously. Controls of protection in depth and IAM are essential to minimizing the hijacking of accounts.
Insider Threat
Taking insider liability mitigation steps can help mitigate the impact of insider risks. Train the security teams to install, configure and track your computer systems, networks, mobile devices and backup devices properly.
Interfaces and APIs are insecure
Practice good hygiene of the API. Good practice involves careful monitoring of items such as inventory, screening, auditing and the detection of suspicious behavior.
Low transparency for cloud usage
Risk mitigation begins with a complete cloud visibility effort from top to bottom. Training and enforcement of accepted cloud usage policies throughout the company. The cloud security architect or third-party risk management must check and approve all non-approved cloud services.

What distinguishes CybrHawk from other security providers in the cloud?

It is important for your company to settle on the right partner with the right knowledge of cloud security services. Discover what your business can bring to the table with CybrHawk.
  • Bringing cloud workloads rapidly into a more enterprise-safe position
  • Automate and orchestrate safety tools in the cloud for flexibility and risk reduction
  • Deeper integration of security through the cloud team
  • Optimize your security program in the cloud
  • Align cloud projects with strategic business engines, pursue support at the executive level and incorporate current management and compliance systems