Information Security


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Worrying about emerging Cybersecurity threats. Foucus on your business 


BrighThink has a wealth of knowledge and resources to offer best practice solutions that achieve optimal outcomes and meet compliance guidelines, We offer a comprehensive range of solutions backed by an expert team of engineers and the highest levels of Staff with leading manufacturers from design to deployment, support, and maintenance, our technology solutions and services are designed with a constant focus on supporting your organization.

We provide a full suite of information security services and solutions that help define cyber security strategy, identify and remediate threats and risks, select and deploy the right technology and achieve operational readiness to protect your environment from malicious attack.

Our Solutions in different layers


DDoS Mitigation Attack 

What is the DDoS attack?

DDoS attack is a malicious attempt to disrupt normal traffic of a targeted server, service or network by overwhelming the

target or its surrounding infrastructure with a flood of Internet traffic. DDoS attacks achieve effectiveness by utilizing

multiple compromised computer systems

as sources of attack traffic. Exploited machines can include computers and other networked resources such as IoT devices. From a high level, a DDoS attack is like a traffic jam clogging up with the highway, preventing regular traffic from arriving at its desired destination.


How does a DDoS attack work?

During a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack, compromised hosts or bots coming from

distributed sources overwhelm


the target with illegitimate traffic so that the servers cannot respond to legitimate clients



Why DDoS makes for risky business?

The size of DDoS attacks has grown 1,233 percent in the past 5 years, peaking at 800 Gbps in 2017, The number of DDoS attacks over 100 Gbps increased by 100 percent last year


What you can do about it?

No firewall and No IPS can stop the DDoS attack, So you should have a dedicated solution for protection.


Perimeter Firewall

A perimeter firewall is the main defense in the perimeter of a private network. It's an essential component for detecting and protecting the network

from unwanted traffic, potentially dangerous content and intrusion attempts and flagging up these threats to the network administrator. The

perimeter firewall blocks incoming network traffic from accessing internal networks  and hosts and bars outgoing traffic from accessing undesirable

external networks and hosts; for example, organizations might block access to Facebook or other social media sites. As such, a perimeter firewall can be thought of as having an internal and external interface​​


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datacenter Firewall


An Enterprise Data Center Firewall is hardware or software or both that prevents unauthorized access to your computers.  A Data Center Firewall has

many additional layers of design complexity and carrier class equipment.  The main function of a firewall is security.  This main function checks access

to and from the network(s) and to make certainly unauthorized probing is not gaining access to your data.  Site scanning and/or probing is the initial

phase of any attack. The firewall is and has been, the primary foundation around which conventional network security architectures are built. 

A firewall will protect against two forms of threats outside of the firewall.  The conventional firewall is beginning to show its limitations in detecting and repelling modern attacks. Attacks targeted at the application or network layers are causing failures of these stateful, and often expensive, firewalls, and the number
of such attacks is growing.





SIEM Solution

Security information and event management (SIEM) software give enterprise security professionals both insight into and a track record of the activities within your IT environment. 

SIEM technology has been in existence for more than a decade, initially evolving from the log management discipline. It combined security event management (SEM) – which analyzes log and event data in real time to provide threat monitoring, event correlation and incident response – with security information management (SIM) which collects, analyzes and reports on log data. 


Endpoint Security


refers to the approach of protecting a business network when accessed by remote devices like smartphones, laptops, tablets or other wireless devices. It includes monitoring status, software, and activities. The endpoint protection software is installed on all network servers and on all endpoint devices.

With the proliferation of mobile devices like laptops, smartphones, tablets, notebooks etc., there has been a sharp increase in the number of devices being lost or stolen as well. These incidents potentially translate as huge loss of sensitive data for enterprises which allow their employees to bring in these mobile devices (enterprise-provided or otherwise) into their enterprise.


EdnPoint Detection and Response 


Endpoint detection and response is an emerging technology addressing the need for continuous monitoring and response to advanced threats. One could even make the argument that endpoint detection and response is a form of advanced threat protection, which is sometimes compared to Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) in terms of overall security capabilities





Network Security 

Perimeter Security