STAY AHEAD OF ATTACKERS
Attackers continue to slip through existing security layers with malware, phishing, and supply chain attacks. HYAS Protect is a generational leap forward utilizing authoritative knowledge of attacker infrastructure including unrivaled domain-based intelligence to proactively protect organizations from cyberattacks. HYAS Protect is deployed as a cloud-based protective DNS solution or through API integration with existing security solutions. HYAS Protect combines HYAS infrastructure expertise and communication pattern analysis to deliver reputational verdicts for any domain to mitigate threats in real-time.
HYAS Protect can enforce security, block command and control (C2) communication used by malware, ransomware, phishing, supply chain attacks, and block those attacks, delivering a high-fidelity threat signal that enhances an enterprise’s existing security and IT governance stack.
Identify and prevent attacks before they happen, independent of protocol, for devices inside and outside your network. Flexible deployment supports WFH/hybrid work models and protects IoT devices.
HYAS Protect provides a high fidelity threat signal to reduce alert fatigue and improve your network intelligence. Detect and block low-and-slow attacks, supply chain attacks, and other intrusions that are hiding in your network
Dissect DNS to Augment Existing Investments
Understand your DNS traffic, sort and filter for high risk behavior, and feed that knowledge via APIs into existing SIEM, SOAR, firewalls and other systems with risk, rationale, and related data
Avoid Ransomware, Phishing and Supply Chain Compromise
Stop attacks before they get started by blocking malicious domains and ensuring that users don’t accidentally communicate with adversary infrastructure
HYAS Protect uses unrivaled domain-based intelligence to proactively and preemptively protect enterprises and their devices from cyber attacks, independent of protocol or attack vector.
The National Security Agency (NSA) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) recently released a joint information sheet that offers guidance on the benefits of using a protective DNS service.