“Hackers are bypassing traditional IT security solutions such as anti-virus and firewalls and exposing vulnerabilities." said Seok Chul Kwon of CUVEPIA.
San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 10, 2015
On June 4, 2015, a major security breach was discovered after hackers attacked the system of the US government agency responsible for gathering personnel information on federal employees and granting security clearances, potentially affecting the data of 4 million people, according to U.S. officials. (New York Times)
Malicious cyber attacks conducted by cyber-criminals and nation states are becoming more frequent and sophisticated, targeting specific organizations and stealing data including the U.S. Government and businesses such as Target, Sony, and Anthem. In many of these cases, existing security was evaded and not detected for months. (New York Times)
In 2012 then Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta warned of a “Cyber Pearl Harbor.” He was referring to a large-scale cyber attack on infrastructure systems in the U.S. including the power grid and transportation networks. (New York Times)
"Hackers are bypassing traditional IT security solutions such as anti-virus and firewalls and exposing vulnerabilities. Hackers and advanced threats seem to always be one step ahead, causing financial loss and threatening national security said Seok Chul Kwon of CUVEPIA, a new generation cyber security company that detects hacking behavior and advanced threats on endpoints in real-time. It is not realistic to stop every cyber attack so it is crucial that organizations quickly detect and respond to threats before damage occurs.”
Founded in 2010, CUVEPIA combines its unique experience and know-how of IT Security and White Hat Hacking techniques to detect advanced threats in real-time and secure sensitive data.
CUVEPIA's KWON-GA provides real-time endpoint hacking threat detection and response by monitoring PC’s, laptops, and, servers for abnormal behaviors. Using advanced methods and technology, KWON-GA monitors endpoints for threats including APTs (Advanced Persistent Threats) and Zero-Day attacks to help organizations detect and analyze activities at each stage of the attack to quickly resolve incidents. Visit: http://www.cuvepia.com/en
Tel 415 887 9230
For more information, contact CUVEPIA, Inc.