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Cybersecurity Analyzer Report

Section 1

Content Inspection & Malware Detection

1.1

Executable File Detection

Pass

To assess the system's ability to detect potentially harmful executable files that could compromise system integrity, simulate downloading an executable file from a public website.

Recommendations

  • Update your security policy to block the downloads of executable files from any website.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
1.2

Malware Detection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to detect and prevent the installation of malicious software, safeguarding the system from potential data breaches and unauthorized access, attempt to download a known virus (Eicar) from a public website.

Recommendations
  • Update your security policy to block malware downloaded from any website.
  • Deploy a solution that helps detect malware effectively, enforces this policy and protects you from external threats.

1.3

Multi-Layered Malware in ZIP File Detection

Pass

To assess the system's capability to detect this multi-layered threat, try to download a virus (Eicar) from a publicly accessible archive contained within a ZIP file with multiple layers. Detecting such threats is crucial for preventing complex malware attacks that could exploit vulnerabilities within the system, potentially leading to data breaches and system compromise.

Recommendations
  • Update your security policy to block malware downloaded from any website.
  • Deploy a solution that helps detect malware embedded under multiple layers of a zip file, enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
1.4

Infected PDF Detection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to detect malware embedded in Office or PDF documents, preventing complex malware attacks that could exploit vulnerabilities within the system, try to download a virus (Eicar) from a publicly accessible archive contained within a PDF file.

Recommendations
  • Update your security policy to block malware embedded in any document downloaded from any website.
  • Use a web proxy that can detect malware embedded in Office or PDF documents.
  • Deploy a solution that has integration with threat engines and can detect malware in any form,  effectively enforces this policy across all users and protects you from external threats.
Section 2

Secure Internet Access

2.1

Phishing Website Blockage

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to prevent unauthorized data access or identity theft for your organization and your users, verify the system's ability to prevent access to a potentially harmful phishing website.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of phishing websites on PCs and mobile devices.
  • Implement a system for reporting phishing websites to the security team so that they can be blocked for all users.
  • Educate employees on how to identify phishing websites and avoid clicking on links or entering their personal information on these sites.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
2.2

Command & Control Platform Access Blockage

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to prevent unauthorized data access or identity theft for your organization and your users, verify the system's ability to prevent access to a potentially malicious or C2 (Command and Control) website.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of malicious websites on PCs and mobile devices.
  • Implement a system for blocking known C2 IPs and domain names.
  • Monitor network traffic for suspicious activity that could indicate the presence of a C2 on your PCs and mobile devices.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
2.3

Limit access to Social Network sites

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to prevent or limit access to social networks like X (formerly twitter), Facebook etc..

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of social networks on your PCs and mobile devices.
  • Implement a system for blocking known social networking IPs and domain names.
  • Monitor network traffic for suspicious activity that could indicate the presence of a social networking site.
  • Educate employees on the risks of social networking and provide them with guidance on how to use these platforms safely.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
2.4

Adult Content Blockage

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to mitigate potential risks like inappropriate content exposure, compliance violations, and potential legal consequences, verify the system's ability to prevent access to adult content websites.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of adult content websites on your PCs and mobile devices.
  • Implement a system for blocking known adult content IPs and domain names.
  • Monitor network traffic for suspicious activity that could indicate the presence of an adult content site.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
2.5

Proxy Bypass Blockage

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to ensure robust protection against potential security breaches, data integrity issues, and unauthorized circumvention of network policies, verify the system's ability to prevent access to websites designed to bypass proxy classifications.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of proxy bypass/anonymizers on PCs and mobile devices.
  • Implement a system for blocking known proxy bypass IPs and domain names.
  • Monitor network traffic for suspicious activity that could indicate the presence of a proxy bypass site.
  • Educate employees on the risks of using proxy bypass websites and provide them with guidance on how to comply with network security policies.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
Section 3

Sensitive Data Protection

3.1

Personal Data Upload Protection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to ensure compliance with data protection rules (CCPA, GDPR, etc.) and safeguard against potential legal and regulatory consequences, assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of personal data in security tests.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of personal data manipulation in public websites or cloud applications.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting personal data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect you from external threats.
3.2

PCI Data Upload Protection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to ensure compliance with data protection rules (PCIDSS, SOX, GLBA, etc.) and safeguard against potential legal and regulatory consequences, assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of financial data in security tests.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of financial data manipulation in public websites or cloud applications.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting financial data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data.
3.3

SSN or any National Identity Data Upload Protection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to ensure compliance with data protection rules (HIPAA, CCPA, DPA, GDPR, etc.) and safeguard against potential legal and regulatory consequences, assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of Social Security Number (SSN) data in security tests.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of SSN manipulation in public websites or cloud applications.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting SSN or any medical data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data.
3.4

Sensitive Data Uploads in Generative AI Systems Protection

Pass

To evaluate the system's ability to detect and block the upload of source code posted in generative AI systems, protecting the security and intellectual property of your organization.

Recommendations
  • Enhance the SWG's URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of the upload of Intellectual Property to generative AI platforms.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting source code or any sensitive data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data.

3.5

Sensitive Data Upload to file sharing platform

Pass

To assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of secret or API keys uploaded to a public website, upholding the confidentiality and security of your organization's sensitive information.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of the upload of Intellectual Property to public websites or cloud applications. This includes identifying patterns and keywords associated with secret or API keys, as well as blocking uploads to known file-sharing platforms.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network. DLP solutions can detect and block the unauthorized transmission of secret or API keys, even if they are embedded within other files or documents.
  • Monitor network traffic for suspicious activity that could indicate the presence of unauthorized access to secret or API keys. This includes monitoring for unusual login attempts to cloud services, changes to access permissions, and unauthorized data transfers.
  • Regularly review and update cloud security policies and procedures related to the handling and protection of secret or API keys. As cyber threats evolve, it is important to keep security measures up-to-date to protect against emerging threats.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting secrets, source code or any sensitive data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data.
3.6

Company Confidential Data Upload to file sharing platform

Pass

To assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of documents marked as "Company Confidential", safeguarding the confidentiality and integrity of organizational information.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of the upload of confidential documents to public websites or cloud applications. This includes identifying documents classified as confidential, identifying patterns and keywords associated with "Company Confidential" documents, as well as blocking uploads to known file-sharing platforms.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network. DLP solutions can detect and block the unauthorized transmission of "Company Confidential" documents, even if they are embedded within other files or documents.
  • Implement data classification and labeling policies to clearly identify "Company Confidential" documents. This makes it easier for employees to recognize and handle these documents appropriately, reducing the risk of accidental or unauthorized disclosure.
  • Restrict access to "Company Confidential" documents to authorized personnel only. Limit access to these documents to those who have a legitimate need to access them, and implement access control mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Monitor employee activity related to "Company Confidential" documents. This includes tracking document access, sharing, and download patterns to identify potential risks and take corrective action if necessary.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting any company’s sensitive data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data.
3.7

Confidential Images Upload Protection

Pass

To assess the system's ability to detect and block the upload of confidential images, safeguarding the confidentiality and integrity of organizational information.

Recommendations
  • Enhance URL filtering policies to boost its capacity for more effective identification and blocking of the upload of confidential documents to public websites or cloud applications. This includes identifying images classified as confidential, identifying patterns and keywords using Optical Character Recognition.
  • Implement data loss prevention (DLP) solutions to monitor and control the movement of sensitive data across the network. DLP solutions can detect and block the unauthorized transmission of confidential images, even if they are embedded within other files or documents.
  • Implement data classification and labeling policies to clearly identify sensitive documents. This makes it easier for employees to recognize and handle these documents appropriately, reducing the risk of accidental or unauthorized disclosure.
  • Restrict access to confidential or sensitive images to authorized personnel only. Limit access to these documents to those who have a legitimate need to access them, and implement access control mechanisms to prevent unauthorized access.
  • Monitor employee activity related to confidential or sensitive images. This includes tracking document access, sharing, and download patterns to identify potential risks and take corrective action if necessary.
  • As most of the data leaks are due to human error, educate employees on the importance of protecting any company’s sensitive data and coach them automatically when they have inappropriate behavior.
  • Deploy a solution that helps enforce this policy and protect your sensitive data leveraging OCR to analyze and protect confidential or sensitive images.