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About Network Intelligence

We believe that cybersecurity is not a destination, it is a journey and we partner with our clients to address the dynamic cybersecurity threat landscape.

How Does Network Intelligence Work?

Network intelligence is a kind of monitoring that uses a combination of data

Network intelligence might sound a little scary, like an artificial intelligence computer gone rogue, but the reality is less terrifying. As networks get more complex, organizations choose and deploy more complicated network technologies, products, and services. This allows people and businesses to perform more technical, high-power tasks, but it can also potentially open networks to threats. To combat that risk, admins leverage network intelligence.

  • Identifying where efficiencies can be made and making improvements
  • Performing site investigations, including requirements for mechanics, cabling, cooling and grounding.
  • Fill out site investigation reports
  • Helping with presale activities, such as pre-studies

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Learn the Components of a Network

There are several essential components in a network:

Cloud Security

Cloud computing is now an inevitable part of the technology transformation that the world is undergoing. Be it fintech born-in-the-cloud companies or traditional banks adopting digital transformation. Or manufacturing firms implementing Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Cloud computing is everywhere. Where once companies used to refrain from adopting the cloud due to data ownership and security concerns, today Boards are beginning to challenge CIOs to speed up cloud adoption.


Critical Infrastructure

Adding to the complexity of the ICS and OT Systems, the goals of IT departments can be fundamentally different from those of process control departments. The IT world typically sees performance, confidentiality, and data integrity as paramount, while the ICS world sees human and plant safety as its primary responsibility, and thus system availability and data integrity are core priorities. 


Digital Forensics

Digital forensics is the use of scientifically derived and proven methods for the preservation, collection, validation, identification, analysis, interpretation, documentation and presentation of digital evidence. This evidence can be extracted from many digital sources such as CD/DVDs, hard drives, flash drives, memory sticks, and magnetic tapes, etc.