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Your managed

Security partner

Powering business transformation through market leading information management solutions. With DNSnetworks, we manage your security, follow industry best practices, and leverage cyber intelligence frameworks to perform threat management, data protection, and ongoing compliance enforcement.

As your trusted security partner, DNSnetworks Managed cybersecurity Services offers around-the-clock monitoring, cybersecurity analysis, management, and response type antigens that lower your threats, risks, while elevating your security intelligence as an organization.

Why is a Managed

Cybersecurity Services

Provider Right for your

Analysis and response to today’s most advanced threats with Geocypher, the DNSnetworks security command console and our response team.

Why Managed Services

The GeoCypher Brand.

Analysis and response to today’s most advanced threats with Geocypher, the DNSnetworks security command console and our response team.


& How it is


  • There are a large number of data breaches, hacks, and new malware every year. Data breach tracking service, Have I Been Pwned? lists almost 300 breaches impacting over 5 billion accounts, as of mid-2018.
  • External attackers and malicious insiders are often a step ahead. Businesses need software, tools, and techniques that are continually updated in order to identify and resolve threats in a timely way.
  • Security tools can be updated quickly to keep up. Good security software can be rapidly updated to find and resolve threats almost as soon as they become known. Additionally, heuristic detection, machine learning, and algorithms can help to identify and resolve even the newest types of attacks.
  • The attack surface is expanding. The growth in cloud services and hosting, DevOps, internet of things (IoT) devices, mobility, and more means that security tools must emerge or evolve to handle new use cases and increasingly complex environments. This means a robust, comprehensive approach that protects company assets and access, wherever they are.

Common cyber threat vectors

Our security teams deal with a wide range of risks and threats. Here are some of the most common cybersecurity threats in the wild.

Social engineering

Criminals use confidence tricks and other techniques to get employees to let their guard down and share sensitive information, such as logins and passwords.


A special type of encrypted attack malware that locks up and encrypts files, demanding a ransom (often in Bitcoin) in exchange for removing the encryption and restoring access for the system owner.


Denial of service (DoS) and other attacks designed to take down business assets like websites or publicly available applications and services.


Use of fraudulent emails and other messages to convince people to install malware or otherwise reveal sensitive information about business systems.


Viruses, worms, and trojans that find their way into IT systems and replicate across the networks. These may often be combined with keyloggers, or other malicious software to steal access details and other data.

Vulnerability attacks

Unpatched software and systems create vulnerabilities that criminals exploit through targeted attacks.

Cybersecurity best practices

Used by us

Cybersecurity involves the application of a number of tools, approaches, and best practices that can significantly reduce cyber risk.

Audit existing it ecosystem

Our team practices repeated audits of the networks, servers, infrastructure, operating systems, applications, and data. It is only through having a complete map of the IT systems that organizations can identify attack vectors and threats.

Use a risk-based approach to cybersecurity

Once the identified potential threats have been documented, we rate each one based on likelihood and impact. This will help prioritize which risks to deal with first.

Lower your risk appetite

With DNSnetworks, our AI cybersecurity modern detection techniques help us identify and report on threats.

Implement robust identity & access management

Tools like biometrics, single sign-on, two-factor authentication, and adaptive security controls can help ensure that requested authentication have been properly identified.

Employ vulnerability scanning

Vulnerability scanning and penetration testing will identify potential flaws in your IT security. This will help create an effective patch schedule to resolve any issues.

Employee awareness training on security practices

Employees are often the weakest link in the cybersecurity chain. Make sure they are educated about social engineering, phishing, malware, and other scams, and that there are proper reporting and escalation routes if they identify threats.

Take account of cybersecurity frameworks

There are a number of frameworks, best practices, and regulations you can use to guide cybersecurity. These include PCI DSS, ISO 27001/27002, CIS Critical Security Controls, and the NIST cybersecurity Framework.