Corvid Cyberdefense

Delivering intelligent cybersecurity

Network Security

Haven provides a comprehensive suite of network security solutions that proactively defend against cyber attacks and ensure the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of sensitive data and network resources. Our managed network security and defense systems use real-time multifaceted security functionalities, AI-powered next-generation firewall, and cutting-edge security features to provide an all-encompassing safeguard against diverse attack vectors.

Network security is the first line of defense in your organization and protects your networks from an evolving list of threats

  • Malware - Haven Network protects you from malware attacks that use harmful software like viruses, worms, and ransomware to compromise computer systems and steal information or disrupt operations. Cyber criminals aim to exploit vulnerabilities for financial gain or chaos.
  • Denial of Service (DoS) - DoS overwhelms systems with traffic, causing downtime. Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), involves multiple devices attacking in concert. Both disrupt online services, potentially masking other cyber intrusions.
  • Ransomware - Ransomware encrypts files or systems and demands a ransom for decryption. Criminals seek financial gain by holding data hostage. With Haven, you avoid data loss and operational disruption that cybercriminals are intending to cause.
  • Insider Threats - Insider threats arise from individuals within organizations misusing their access. Malicious insiders and unintentional mistakes can lead to data leaks, breaches, and loss of intellectual property.

Endpoint Protection

In the event of a threat, our endpoint security service, a next-generation, antivirus software, protects your organization from ransomware, malicious scripts, and other advanced threats. Our endpoint security software is centrally managed from our SOC 24/7 to prevent a data breach and improve threat detection across all of your endpoint devices.

Our endpoint security solutions are designed to defend against a wide range of threats, including:

  • Malware - Protection against viruses, ransomware, trojans, and other malicious software that can infect and damage endpoints.
  • Phishing and Social Engineering - Haven detects and prevents phishing attacks and other social engineering tactics used to trick users into revealing sensitive information or downloading malicious content.
  • Zero Day Attacks - Haven identifies unknown exploits and vulnerabilities that attackers may use before a patch is available with threat detection.
  • Data Loss Prevention - Haven protects your sensitive data and prevents it from being leaked, copied, or transferred outside the network without authorization.
  • Insider Threats - Haven helps identify, monitor, and prevent malicious actions by employees or other individuals with access to the network by detecting abnormal access and abnormal user behavior.
  • Device Control - Haven enforces policy management and monitors devices connecting to the network such as USB devices or external storage.

Email Security

There are several common malicious email threats that organizations face. These threats are designed to deceive recipients, compromise systems, and steal sensitive information. Employees are often the first line of defense against malicious software. Managed email security by Haven can protect end users from receiving emails and attachments that may contain advanced threats and phishing attacks. Data breaches are prevented through our email security services, which are monitored 24/7 from our SOC.

Businesses and institutions not properly set up with secure email are vulnerable to a variety of tactics and attacks

  • Business Email Compromise - Haven Email protects against BEC attacks which involve cybercriminals impersonating high-ranking executives or trusted partners to deceive employees into making fraudulent transactions or sharing sensitive information.
  • Credential Harvesting - Haven defends against emails that direct users to fake login pages to steal their usernames and passwords. These harvested credentials can be used for further attacks, such as account takeovers.
  • Impersonation Attacks - Impersonation emails pretend to be official notifications from government agencies, shipping companies, or law enforcement to lure recipients into clicking malicious links or providing personal data.
  • Malware Distribution - Malicious emails can deliver malware like viruses, Trojans, or spyware. These attachments or links exploit vulnerabilities in the recipient's system to gain unauthorized access or steal data.