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Syntory offers Email Security, XDR, Next-Gen SIEM and Post-breach as a managed solution. We will monitor 24*7 breaches across the network, and we will take immediate action when a breach is triggered. 

Advanced Email Security

Advanced email security is the implementation of technologies and protocols that protect email communications from a wide range of threats, including spam, phishing, malware, and other types of cyber attacks. It involves using (AI based) sophisticated tools and techniques to detect and block malicious emails and to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of email messages.

Some of the key features of advanced email security solutions include:

  • Anti-spam and anti-phishing filters: These filters use machine learning algorithms and other techniques to identify and block spam and phishing emails.
  • Malware and virus protection: These features scan email attachments and links for malware and viruses and prevent them from infecting the recipient’s computer.
  • Sandboxing: Zero day threat scanning in a isolated environment before releasing it towards the enduser.
  • Account Takeover Protection (Authentication and access control): These features ensure that only authorised users can access email accounts and that email communications are authenticated and validated.

95% of all cyber security incidents start with an email. If we can secure this key entry point, we’ll be well ahead of the cybersecurity strategy. Syntory’s main premise is ‘not if but when’. We believe it is important to treat email security in an ‘incident response’ manner. Getting a quick overview, as well as the speed of action, is very important. An adequate remediation is therefore of crucial importance.

Extended Detection & Response

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) includes threat detection, Behaviour analysis, and response across multiple data sources and security tools. XDR is designed to address the limitations of traditional endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions, which focus primarily on detecting threats at the endpoint level. EDR differs from typical Antivirus solutions by focusing on zero-day attacks.

Speed and containment of a breach is important. After a security event, it is important that the infected client in question can be separated quickly to prevent worse

Here too, a quick insight into the situation is very important (e.g. Is this file or behaviour also seen on other systems?)

XDR solutions leverage a wide range of data sources, including endpoint devices, network devices, cloud platforms, and security information and event management (SIEM) systems. By aggregating and correlating data from multiple sources, XDR enables security analysts to gain a more comprehensive understanding of security threats and respond to them more effectively.

Syntory distinguishes the following XDR features in its solutions

  • Cross-domain visibility: XDR solutions provide a single, unified view of security threats across multiple data sources and security tools.
  • Automated threat detection and response: XDR solutions use machine learning and other advanced technologies to detect and respond to security threats in real-time.
  • Contextualised threat analysis: XDR solutions provide security analysts with contextualised threat analysis, enabling them to understand the scope and severity of security threats.
  • Threat hunting: XDR solutions allow security analysts to proactively search for and identify security threats that may have evaded detection by other security tools.

By thinking solution- and customer-oriented, Syntory is not guided by 1 product when it comes to XDR. Various XDR, EDR, SIEM and MDR (Managed Detection & Response) solutions are available to arrive at 1 comprehensive solution. Managed and unmanaged.

Next-Gen SIEM

As an individual company, it is hard to find the resources (people & knowledge) to handle such an extensive task all by yourself. With Syntory, we want to be your ‘partner in crime’ to keep an eye on your environment 24*7. With Syntory Guardian Angel, our Security Operations Center, we have a reliable service with built-in automated policies. Thanks to out-of-the box integrations with all components within your IT environment, we can react very fast and effective to a possible security incident.

Logs of both endpoints, cloud services and network devices are sent to an on prem ‘collector’. With the built-in SOAR capabilities of the underlying cloud tool, incidents are immediately prioritised (low, medium, high, critical).


A Post Breach Solution is the last line before impact using Honeypots across the network. It is used to detect, analyse, and deflect attempts by hackers and cybercriminals to gain unauthorised access to a system or network. A honeypot is essentially a trap that is set up to attract attackers and to provide cybersecurity professionals with valuable intelligence about their tactics and techniques.

A Cyber Security honeypot is a specific type of honeypot that is designed to simulate a vulnerable system or network, in order to lure attackers and to gather information about their activities. Cyber security honeypots can be deployed in a variety of ways, including as virtual machines, software applications, or even physical devices.

Why use a Post Breach Solution?

  • Early detection of cyber threats: honeypots can help organisations detect cyber threats at an early stage, before they have a chance to cause significant damage.
  • Improved threat intelligence: It can provide cybersecurity professionals with valuable information about the tactics and techniques used by cybercriminals, which can be used to improve overall cyber security posture.
  • Reduce the risk of cyber attacks by diverting attackers away from the organisation’s real systems and networks.
  • Post Breach Solutions can help organisations develop and refine their incident response plans, by providing real-world scenarios for testing and training.

Be sure to explore our SOC offering: Guardian Angel. It combines these solutions into a reliable managed service.



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