Add another unique layer of surveillance to your existing security stack with ActiveReplay™, a value-added solution for DataDefend™ clients.
Replay suspicious network activity and get to the source. ActiveReplay™ is a critical cybersecurity tool that functions as a surveillance camera for your network, documenting suspicious transactions between clients, employees, and hackers—from the inside out. It isolates and documents all threats happening on your servers in real time, including dangerously hidden macros in uploads and downloads, bot.net software, and zipped and encrypted files, such as client lists and payment data.
We move potentially malicious files off your network into our sandbox to replay the event and safely explore the file for its hidden code. The Corsica Cybersecurity team uses ActiveReplay™ to identify what data was targeted and/or sent out of your network, without putting your network or intellectual properties at further risk. ActiveReplay™ can capture data in a forensically sound way that provides the full extent of data theft in a format that can be used legally for your protection and prosecution of theft by employees.
ActiveReplay™ integrates seamlessly into your DataDefend™ agreement to add another layer of cyber defense to your network. How it works:
Accessible from your security dashboard with 24/7 monitoring
Provides automated surveillance of your network servers with full replay
Adds another layer of cyber network defense by recreating incidents
Identifies threats from data uploads and downloads to your server – both internally and externally
Recreates exact transaction in a safe environment by Corsica Cybersecurity Team
Documents full extent of security threat occurrences for legal use
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