From Menial to Meaningful
When a breach occurs, high costs accumulate due to loss of business, legal settlements, fines paid, and damages to the brand. With Cyber Crucible, you will know exactly what files and information have been breached. You will only have to contact individuals whose records have actually been stolen. It’s as if we have a surveillance drone hovering over the network, knowing precisely when to intercept and counter an attack.
Log onto your personal Cyber Crucible account using two factor authentication, create an investigation, and upload a submission.
If there is stolen data, we can tell exactly what has been taken in exfiltrated file transfers. Click on the download button to reconstruct and show the stolen files.
You can see which victims have been targeted and where.
“We have had great success with Cyber Crucible. The engagement has made our network more secure at a cost effective price point. We are planning on continuing to use Cyber Crucible’s products and services in an even greater ongoing engagement.” Regional Hospital Customer
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Almost anyone! We use an easy to deploy, cloud-based solution. We quickly return detailed reports that non-expert staff can use.
Cyber Crucible’s capability is unique, patented, and automates the manual process. Manual work is slow, expensive, and potentially inaccurate. This is not because of analyst’ lack of expertise, but because of the sheer volume of security alerts and attackers’ growing sophistication. There are just too few experts available to do this work by hand, and without Cyber Crucible, they simply do not have the information they require to do their jobs quickly and accurately.
Did you know costs for a minor incident average to 4 million dollars? When a breach occurs, businesses typically pay $3,000 per day on analysis and remediation. According to Ponemon, breaches typically go undetected for 229 days, with remediation taking 82 days. The cost benefit of having Cyber Crucible outweighs these costs, as well as the cost to hire expensive and rare cyber security personnel.