With technology escalating to greater heights, CIOs feel the need to bolster the breach channel, particularly in SMEs as they enroll very lean security infrastructure. In addition, targeting these SMEs becomes an easy way for cyber criminals to procure more money. With SMEs finding it unfathomable to control the rising phishing attacks and ransomware, SnoopWall, a pioneer in the field of cyber security, bolsters the IT infrastructure through effective policy management and enforcing high-shield security solutions.
Founded in 2013, SnoopWall brings forth a wide suite of network, mobile, and app security products to outsource the threats through cloaking technology. “We are solely focused to stop breaches in the SMEs including retail, banking, financial, and healthcare units. Our data encryption policy and easy to deploy cyber security products has helped CIOs to enhance their security brochure and map them to achieve their business manifesto,” says Gary Miliefsky, CEO of SnoopWall.
Headquartered in Nashua, U.S., SnoopWall’s flagship product NetSHIELD empowers its clients to manage the network branch and block unintended, accidental, malicious access, and data. NetSHIELD brings to the wall a feasible way to find the root cause of malware attacks and unlock the appropriate security solution in real-time. Overcoming the flaws of firewalls and antivirus software, the product brings IntraNet security network and bestows best-in-class security umbrella to isolate Zero Day threats and shelter its clients from phishing and malware attacks. “We take one step ahead of the next threat to access Trojan and malware to attenuate vulnerabilities and further strengthen the trust of our customers,” implies Miliefsky.
Furthermore, the cyber security giant proffers BYOD devices for enterprises looking to reap benefits of more updated cutting-edge features than the one on-premise.
CIOs are IT heroes and we want to make them IT superheroes by delivering best-in-class cyber protection products that help them defend their networks more proactively against breaches
Adding MobileSHIELD to the existing NetSHIELD frame empowers each employee with StealthPhone that comes with high-tech privacy, security, and safety features.
The device ensures end-to-end encryption in Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, microphone, and keyboard for securing online banking transaction and procures safe wallet deployments.
To improve the threat protection scenario of BYOD devices connected with corporate networks, SnoopWall deploys WinSHIELD on existing smart devices. The integration induces flexibility in the user manual by enrolling owner control over device settings and applications.
SnoopWall’s other product, AppShield SDK is capable of securing any mobile app and making it invisible at any source to prevent it from eaves dropping malware. With ceaseless monitoring, AppSHIELD assures protection of app and customer data to further enhance the end-user experience.
Recently, one of its clients, a financial service provider, was looking for a security solution to enhance the visibility and controlling of its 70 banking offices and headquarters running throughout Florida, Georgia, and Alabama. The client opted for SnoopWall security solutions to manage its internal curriculum and attain a threat protection environment across its offices. Deploying SnoopWall’s NetSHIELD solution, the firm was able to centrally manage its 70 remote sites through a Command Center. The solution can be deployed without fork-lifting anything on-premises and thereby saves the major cost of incorporating a new service. The client achieved high-security centralized channel to protect its client information and engulf safe and secure environment across all its branches.
In the coming years, SnoopWall intends integrating NetSHIELD and mobile agents for BYOD devices. “Designing cutting-edge BYOD services will lay a reliable platform for employees to work on by improving the security breach channel. Furthermore, we will continuously work to carry on the legacy of delivering best-in-class cyber security products to SMEs in a very cost-efficient way,” concludes Miliefsky.