Delivering Cutting-Edge IT Security for Healthcare’s Digitally Transforming World
Innovations in mobility, IoT, wearables, and cloud computing have empowered healthcare systems to improve healthcare management and enhance patient-provider relationships. While the healthcare industry has embraced these benefits, increased connectivity is also putting health systems at much greater risk of malware and other cyber threats that, if successful, could have devastating consequences on patient care, privacy and healthcare organization management. Massachusetts-based Seceon delivers cutting-edge IT security solutions to its clients to protect against these risks by immediately detecting, quarantining, and eliminating any threats before they do any damage.
This trailblazing IT security company is distinguished for offering the first fully automated, comprehensive cyber security platform that helps organizations to safeguard their valuable information and people. Seceon’s mission is to empower SOC and IT teams of all-size organizations to easily and affordably detect and mitigate threats, as soon as they are uncovered.
Since its inception, Seceon has successfully served over 300 clients, won more than 50 awards, and built a robust network of 50+ distributors and reseller partners globally. The company launched its Open Threat Management (OTM) Platform in April 2016 and has been releasing major updates every quarter with enhancements in machine learning, dynamic threat models, multi-tenancy, and scaling. Seceon’s innovations have continued in 2018 when the company introduced aiSIEM™ and aiMSSP™ to transform the landscape of IT security in healthcare.
Seceon’s Solutions Provide Much-Needed IT Security Assurance
Over the years, Seceon has crafted a niche in the market as an adept security solution provider that deeply understands the nuances of cyber threats encountered by small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) and enterprises. To achieve the goal of “Cyber-security Done Right,” the company engineered its groundbreaking OTM Platform from scratch.
OTM works out-of-the-box to instantly protect against known and unknown threats. It provides comprehensive visibility, proactive threat detection, and automated containment and elimination of threats in real-time, all while minimizing costs, staff bandwidth constraints, and performance impact. OTM helps enterprises automatically generate prioritized threat alerts that matter in real-time and empowers SOC / IT teams to detect and respond to the threats quickly, before critical data gets exfiltrated.Seceon’s aiSIEM and aiMSSP solutions are built on the OTM Platform:
Seceon aiSIEM goes beyond traditional SIEM and eliminates the need for adding multiple silo solutions. It ingests raw streaming data from applications, identity systems, flows, and raw traffic from networks to provide comprehensive visibility, proactive threat detection, automated threat containment and elimination, and continuous compliance, policy management, & reporting.
Seceon aiMSSP enables Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) to offer outsourced security services to SMBs, including 24×7 security monitoring, threat intelligence, and real-time detection and remediation, at nominal and predictable linear costs.
The Secret behind Seceon’s Success
Seceon’s OTM platform is growing in popularity across all business verticals due to its unique ability to ensure proactive detection, containment, and elimination for all threat categories. Key differentiated benefits of Seceon’s OTM platform include:
The OTM Platform ingests all raw streaming data (Logs, Packets, Flows, and Identities) and provides real-time extensive view of all assets (users, hosts, servers, applications, data access, and movement traffic) that are on premise, cloud, or hybrid, and their interactions.
Reduce Mean-Time-To-Identify (MTTI) with Proactive Threat Detection
The platform proactively detects threats and surfaces threats in real-time without an agent or alert fatigue.
Reduce Mean-Time-To-Resolve (MTTR) with Automatic Threat Remediation
The OTM Platform performs automatic threat containment and elimination in real-time. It also provides clear actionable steps to eliminate the threats that can either be handled automatically by the system or manually by the security expert post-analysis.
Continuous Compliance, Policy Management and Risk Monitoring
The platform provides continuous compliance and scheduled or on-demand reporting. This includes, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, NIST, GDPR, SOX, FINRA, etc.
Innovation Starts at the Top
An ideal 21st century IT security leader is one who envisions the upcoming threat landscapes and prepares foolproof solutions for it in advance, not only to drive the success of his business, but to benefit the industry at large. Chandra Pandey is a leader who fits this mold. As Founder and CEO of Seceon, he has guided his organization in pioneering solutions for critical cyber threats. He orchestrates the company’s business and technical strategy, and fosters innovation by empowering all company members with decision-making abilities, encouraging open and respectful communications, and building a culture of continuous improvement.
Chandra is the driving force behind Seceon’s commitment to creating affordable cybersecurity solutions for organizations of all sizes. An engineer by trade, Chandra applies the deep leadership, technical, and business strategy expertise gained during previous positions at Nokia, Ciena, Juniper Networks, and BTI, to Seceon’s groundbreaking IT security business.
The Road Ahead
Seceon’s expertise in crafting leading-edge solutions for rising cyber security challenges, out-of-the-box thinking, and passion for ensuring “Cybersecurity Done Right,” has made it a dominant IT security provider.
During the next few years, Seceon will continue to be laser-focused on adding innovations to its aiSIEM and aiMSSP “Comprehensive Cyber-security for the Digital-Era” solutions. “Seceon is designed from the ground up to automatically detect, contain and eliminate critical cyberthreats faced by the healthcare industry in real-time, including data breaches related to PHI and IP ransomware, malware on medical devices, credentials/insider threats and compliance with regulations like HIPPA, PCI-DSS and NIST,” concluded Chandra Pandey.