Keeping Your Data in a Protected Radius

Network Security Case Study: Financial Services

The Equifax breach exposed private information of 147.9 million consumers because of cyber exploits on unpatched Apache web servers. Cyber attackers used that vulnerability to gain control of web servers that handled credit report disputes. The Apache Struts2 vulnerability allowed an attacker to probe for privileged user accounts and run embedded commands in the payload of a data packet. They were able to shut down firewalls and gain greater access into the system. This occurred because the servers had not been patched, another unfortunate example of human failure that opened a hole in the company’s security defenses. But is it reasonable to expect security organizations to operate with zero data loss when they are dependent on human processes and mitigating defects within software and hardware?

HOPsphere Radius Security keeps your data in a protected radius

The Equifax breach exposed private information of 147.9 million consumers because of cyber exploits on unpatched Apache web servers. Cyber attackers used that vulnerability to gain control of web servers that handled credit report disputes. The Apache Struts2 vulnerability allowed an attacker to probe for privileged user accounts and run embedded commands in the payload of a data packet. They were able to shut down firewalls and gain greater access into the system. This occurred because the servers had not been patched, another unfortunate example of human failure that opened a hole in the company’s security defenses. But is it reasonable to expect security organizations to operate with zero data loss when they are dependent on human processes and mitigating defects within software and hardware?

HopSphere Radius Security Key Features

  • Identifies where your data is going
  • Places a radius on how far data can travel
  • Enforces containment for all data
  • Hackers can’t get a session
  • Alerts when data attempts to leave the radius