Protect Valuable Infrastructure

In government departments, corporate and enterprise businesses, systems are often used for critical applications and the stakes of keeping them protected are high.

Implementing Trident Lockdown can protect a business in many ways, even when staff are tricked into installing the wrong software. As the saying goes, “we’re only human”, so when someone’s guard is down Trident Lockdown provides the reliability that systems of such importance deserve.

Sarah works for a corporation which operates essential IT services for a large utility company. They have installed Trident Lockdown because their client provides essential infrastructure to a very large city, and there is a danger to the public if something goes wrong.

They must provide contingencies and fail-safes to ensure continuity of operations. Failure to provide this service has the potential to be life-threatening.

Apart from the more complex tasks she carries out, Sarah is also called on to do some more mundane tasks like install apps that employees are permitted to run. They must be installed by the on-site IT support because all systems on the network are secured behind administrator privileges.

One day Sarah is asked to install Spotify, a trusted music service which allows staff to enjoy music at work. She goes to Spotify’s website and downloads the approved app and proceeds to run it, expecting to be prompted for the administrator password so she could install it. If she had done that, it would have been too late.

Unknown to anyone, a cyber-attack was underway.

A piece of the company’s network hardware had been breached and was now diverting popular web traffic to fake clones of real sites and Sarah had unknowingly downloaded some ransomware from a spoof of the Spotify site. Although she tries to run it a few times it simply won’t run. The antivirus hasn’t noticed because it’s using common code that it doesn’t detect as dangerous. Trident Lockdown stops it because it knows the difference.

Thanks to Trident Lockdown Sarah can see that she has been directed to a spoofed website and traced the problem back to the compromised network hardware, which for ultimate security gets immediately replaced/upgraded.

It turns out that more people had been affected by this, visiting spoofed Facebook and Google pages, but even though people had been tricked into downloading ransomware, no breach was made, and all systems remained entirely safe.

Users being tricked to download malware is (on) one of the greatest threats to company security today. Trident Lockdown is a cyber security service which works where others fail. A perfect solution for corporate/enterprise use because it protects sensitive company data, private client information, as well as essential infrastructure.

Implementing Trident Lockdown can protect a business in many ways, even when staff are tricked into installing the wrong software. As the saying goes, “we’re only human”, so when someone’s guard is down Trident Lockdown provides the reliability that systems of such importance deserve.

Sarah works for a corporation which operates essential IT services for a large utility company. They have installed Trident Lockdown because their client provides essential infrastructure to a very large city, and there is a danger to the public if something goes wrong.

They must provide contingencies and fail-safes to ensure continuity of operations. Failure to provide this service has the potential to be life-threatening.

Apart from the more complex tasks she carries out, Sarah is also called on to do some more mundane tasks like install apps that employees are permitted to run. They must be installed by the on-site IT support because all systems on the network are secured behind administrator privileges.

One day Sarah is asked to install Spotify, a trusted music service which allows staff to enjoy music at work. She goes to Spotify’s website and downloads the approved app and proceeds to run it, expecting to be prompted for the administrator password so she could install it. If she had done that, it would have been too late.

Unknown to anyone, a cyber-attack was underway.

A piece of the company’s network hardware had been breached and was now diverting popular web traffic to fake clones of real sites and Sarah had unknowingly downloaded some ransomware from a spoof of the Spotify site. Although she tries to run it a few times it simply won’t run. The antivirus hasn’t noticed because it’s using common code that it doesn’t detect as dangerous. Trident Lockdown stops it because it knows the difference.

Thanks to Trident Lockdown Sarah can see that she has been directed to a spoofed website and traced the problem back to the compromised network hardware, which for ultimate security gets immediately replaced/upgraded.

It turns out that more people had been affected by this, visiting spoofed Facebook and Google pages, but even though people had been tricked into downloading ransomware, no breach was made, and all systems remained entirely safe.

Users being tricked to download malware is (on) one of the greatest threats to company security today. Trident Lockdown is a cyber security service which works where others fail. A perfect solution for corporate/enterprise use because it protects sensitive company data, private client information, as well as essential infrastructure.