Have you already been compromised ?

Reality is that you could already have been succesfully compromised and you still don't know it.

The numbers are literally terrifying !

In 2019, it took an average of 206 days to identify a breach and 73 days to contain it; amounting to a 279 day breach lifecycle. The average time to identify a breach in 2020 was 228 days (IBM). (https://www.varonis.com/blog/data-breach-statistics)
In 2021, the average time to identify a breach is 212 days, and the average time to contain it is 75 days; totaling a 287 day breach lifecycle. (https://www.upguard.com/blog/cost-of-data-breach)

According to several companies and sources, it takes months to identify a security breach in company's infrastructures, and this is a fact.

Why ?

There are several reasons, but one of the most important is that internal network behavior IOCs (Indicators Of Compromise) are literally ignored. Checking what happens inside the internal networks can reveal a lot of indicators of illegal activities like networks scans, covert channels, botnets and other things that your border firewall simply ignores since it is not involved (or, even worst, is instructed to allow !).

How ?
The Nework Security Assessment, performed by Fl0wer 3.0, is an excellent way to understand what happens inside your network, to check if any IOCs are manifesting or if the overall behaviour is normal. It's not a penetration testing, since it works on real traffic (not on what COULD happen - that's what a penetration testing does), and reveals if there are any anomalies in your traffic patterns and types. Are you already checking for them or are you ignoring them and join the 0wned club ? In this sample report you can find the outcome of detected anomalies on a test network. Some were generated using the nmap tool, some using real world tools (covert channels, cryptocurrencies, etc.)

Always remember, security is a process, not a product. Products help to make processes efficient, not the opposite. That's why Fl0wer gives you the complete freedom and access to your data.