Today’s networks extend to wherever employees are, wherever data is, and wherever data can be accessed.  Keeping pace with constantly evolving attack vectors is a challenge for security professionals and an opportunity for attackers. 

Cyber Security in Seattle (and around the world) is now more than just a network issue. It requires an integrated agile and open platforms system that covers the network, devices, and the cloud. Ovation’s solution network provides a continuous feedback loop of intelligence gathering, learning, and improving.

Predictive: Predictive capabilities enable learning to anticipate specific behavioral attacks proactively.

Preventive: Preventive describes the policies, products, and processes put in place to prevent an attack.

Retrospective: Retrospective proficiency is needed to investigate and remediate issues that are discovered by detective activities.

Detective: Detective capabilities are designed to find attacks that have evaded the preventive category.

Ovation’s engineering and partner networks provide continuous monitoring and analytics that integrate our expertise with cutting-edge technology, leading intelligence, and advanced analytics reporting, and investigates threats before inception. Our network security goes beyond traditional boundaries. It includes; data centers, endpoints, web and email gateways, virtual systems, and mobile devices. Moreover, these networks and their components are constantly evolving. As a result, they are spawning new attack vectors that include; mobile devices, web-enabled, and mobile applications, hypervisors, social media, web browsers, home computers & personal ISP connections, as well as vehicles.

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