Integrated security solution across on-premises and cloud secures mission critical data for global analytics solution provider

Solution Background

Our customer develops and delivers web-based data management solutions. The company deals with data visualization, advanced analytics, and machine learning. They offer integrated marketing-analytics solutions across traditional and digital platforms. They rank 5th among the fastest growing private companies in Silicon Valley, and have achieved this milestone for the second time in a row. They have also been rated as one of the 10 most influential analytics leaders in India in 2019. As our customer deals with confidential enterprise data, security of raw data as well as the analyzed information was paramount. Any data leakage would lead to losing the trust of their clients. It would also lead to huge business impact. Even one data breach would result in total erosion of goodwill. With 800+ users , their servers were running in three locations; one in the cloud and two in their own DCs. They wanted to secure their workloads and continually monitoring them for compliance with their policies. They had protected their on-premises servers but the servers on the cloud were not protected. Our customer was looking for an integrated solution that would manage both.

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At Quadra, we have an dedicated cyber security team, staffed with trained professionals who hold industry certifications. We focus on providing world-class protection to IT infrastructure both on premises as well as the cloud. We have offered comprehensive information and identity protection solutions for enterprise worldwide. On the end point, we have implemented unified threat management solutions to several business enterprises. We did a thorough study of our customer’s threat environment, and based on a thorough understanding of their business needs, we recommended a best in class cloud workload protection solution from the market leader. For cost effectiveness and real-time updates, we suggested their SaaS model. We used root access to integrate the solution with their Azure tenant as well as on-prem servers. On integration, the solution gained access to all instances. We configured real time user activity and process monitoring identities. This would trace out suspicious behavior. We also added real time file integrity monitoring to prevent unauthorized system changes. The OS hardening helped block zero-day threats. We set in place sandboxing technology to analyze unknown files. We also scheduled periodic security compliance reports. These would aid admins understand the strength of the solution and weaknesses if any.

Business Benefits

An integrated threat management solution brought in several benefits for our customer. They now have complete visibility of their workload security and compliance. A single solution protected both on-premises as well as cloud workloads. The customer also has instances on another major public cloud provider, and they are planning to extend this solution to the this platform as well. A secure IT atmosphere improves the trust and confidence of our customer’s clients, enabling them to expand their client base. The solution provides a secure workplace environment for their analysts, who can now focus on their core activity rather than firefighting information threats. There is great relief for the IT team in terms of reduced workload and freedom from routine activities. Managing security is now easy because of the monitoring tools and periodic reports. The SaaS model of the solution also saved them several lakhs of upfront expenditure. The pay-as-you-go model allowed them to budget for IT with clarity and foresight.

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