Obrela

London, UK
2010
  |  By Anastasios Stasinopoulos
Anastasios Stasinopoulos from OBRELA LABS Team discovered a security flaw that affects Apache Superset (before 3.0.4, from 3.1.0 before 3.1.1), an open-source modern data exploration and visualization platform. Apache Superset error handling can be manipulated in order to allow data retrieval from the backend database.
  |  By Obrela
Obrela proudly announces it has been awarded the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Cyber Incident Response (CIR) Level 2 Assured Service Provider status issued by CREST. This underscores Obrela's unwavering dedication to maintaining the highest standards of cybersecurity readiness and incident response capabilities.
  |  By Manos Drakakis
Cloud Monitoring is a crucial part of the security stack for many modern enterprises. More businesses have continued to shift their services and operational activity into the cloud in the form of Software (SaaS), Platform (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). They have done this for several reasons, including: This is taking place in both small- and large-scale enterprises. Threat actors have responded by targeting cloud services with increased frequency.
  |  By Obrela
We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new website, a testament to Obrela’s commitment to excellence in the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity. As part of this commitment, we have revamped our website to provide you with an enhanced experience, making it easier for you to explore and discover more about our cutting-edge solutions.
  |  By Obrela
In the arsenal of cyber security tools available to organizations, the penetration test is a key component. Business applications, and organization infrastructure (operating systems, databases, networks, etc.) all have potential vulnerabilities, many of which are just waiting for threat actors to exploit.
  |  By Obrela
As 2021 draws to a close, it is safe to say the year has been a blockbuster for cybercrime. We have witnessed attacks on critical national infrastructure, which have impacted the supply of consumer commodities. We have seen law enforcement clamp down on cybercriminals, taking down some of the most ruthless operations that have wreaked havoc on organisations and consumers across the globe.
  |  By Obrela
The following organizations should raise their INFOCON levels and be prepared for cyber-attacks because of this conflict: Our threat intelligence teams continue to enhance Obrela’s technology with new threat intel information as soon as it becomes available. We are conducting threat hunting activities to proactively detect and respond to emerging threats.
  |  By Obrela
Can MDR solve the cybersecurity crisis? The short answer: Every generation has its take on how to do security. And each one thinks it has found the solution in new technology. In the 1990s, the LAN firewall rose to prominence, followed by refinements in the form of unified threat management (UTM) and next-generation firewalls (NGFW) that put even more traffic inspection barriers in the way of malware communication.
  |  By Obrela
As we approach the new year, many organisations will be working out how to prioritize cybersecurity budgets in 2022. However, with the threat landscape evolving so quickly, what may have offered sufficient protection last year, might no longer be viable. This means security leaders will need to complete an evaluation of their organisation’s security posture.
  |  By Obrela
Following the latest developments of the emergence of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) which has brought disruptive changes in our daily lives and chaos throughout the three-sector economic model – primary (raw materials), secondary (manufacturing), tertiary (services), unfortunately we are observing an increasing risk on cybersecurity threats related to COVID-19.
  |  By Obrela
A snapshot view showcasing our empowering culture during Obrela's inaugural Starwards ceremony, dedicated to exceptional performance and teamwork, as well as our spirit to party!
  |  By Obrela
One brand, One corporation, One team One mission!
  |  By Obrela
Interview with Iraklis Mathiopoulos presenting his role as Chief of Service Delivery at Obrela, and his CRESTCon Europe highlights.
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Obrela's inaugural event in KSA about Cybersecurity. A line up of international speakers and honoured guest were present to discuss intriguing topics. Our CEO, George Patsis, commenced the presentations by addressing the prevailing challenges in CyberDefense and highlighting the emergence of the new Cyber Risk Landscape. Furthermore, we delved into an in-depth discussion regarding the significance of adhering to Cyber Assurance standards, the advancements in Modern Threat Intelligence Centers, the utilization of AI to strengthen CyberDefense capabilities, and the intricate relationship between Cyber Criminals and Nations.
  |  By Obrela
We manage cyber security exposures, risks, and compliance. We identify, predict, and prevent cyber threats in real-time. As a service, personalized on demand.
  |  By Obrela
George S Daglas, Vice President, Chief of Strategy & Customer Success Officer, at Obrela participated on 28 April in the panel discussion on #cybersecurity in Greece powered by the findings of a brand new research by Metron Analysis S.A. at Delphi Forum with the kind support of Vodafone. We had the opportunity to discuss the key concerns about the security of #data and #cybersecuritytrends both in Greece and abroad deriving from our international experience and how to best action next steps for businesses and users.
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Obrela Corporation Video New Logo One Team One Brand One Corporation One Mission - To Keep Your Business in Business Security Over Everything.
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Obrela Security Industries’ MDR for Vessels is a specialised cybersecurity tool for the maritime sector built specifically for seafaring information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT). With a centralised and self-contained passive network monitoring solution based on a virtual appliance, supporting log collection from vessel infrastructure, MDR for Vessels builds on Obrela’s tried and tested Enterprise-class MDR solution with dedicated processes for maritime and shipping environments systems both on land and sea.
  |  By Obrela
Obrela Security Industries’ MDR for Vessels is a specialised cybersecurity tool for the maritime sector built specifically for seafaring information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT). With a centralised and self-contained passive network monitoring solution based on a virtual appliance, supporting log collection from vessel infrastructure, MDR for Vessels builds on Obrela’s tried and tested Enterprise-class MDR solution with dedicated processes for maritime and shipping environments systems both on land and sea.
  |  By Obrela
Cyberthreats are advancing, and so must your security tools. Threats such as malware and denial-of-service attacks have been around since the earliest days of the internet, and the cybersecurity industry has created generations of threat detection and response tools to identify and remediate them. As cybersecurity threats continue to evolve and advance, the tools to identify and stop them need to evolve as well. The latest trend is to consolidate security tools onto a framework that incorporates AI to share information and speed threat identification.
  |  By Obrela
Making the right choice on how best to detect, respond to and manage security threats is more important-and more complicated-than ever. To meet the demands of digital transformation and remote work, which have expanded the attack surface available to threat actors, organizations are scouring the market for new solutions that go beyond basic managed detection and response (MDR). They require a more versatile and flexible service that incorporates leading-edge tools such as XDR, MXDR, SIEM and SOAR.
  |  By Obrela
Many organizations have some kind of digitally driven industrial and operational processes that are mission critical. These systems now are under increasing pressure from cyberattacks, and the financial, operational, and reputational costs of downtime from them are enormous.
  |  By Obrela
The Oil and Gas industry is part of a country's critical infrastructure and an important part of the energy sector meaning that there is high possibility in being targeted by numerous individual attackers or APTs. Companies in this industry are highly likely to become targets of espionage from other countries and it has been proved that multiple attacks have taken place during the years against this sector, especially during periods of conflicts.
  |  By Obrela
Almost every organization is in the cloud. In fact, most organizations above a certain size are in more than one. As multi-cloud becomes more common, however, ensuring security among multiple providers becomes more challenging. Being aware of these logistical challenges goes a long way toward planning around them. One of the best ways to do this is to deploy a comprehensive multi-cloud threat hunting strategy.

Obrela combines business focused risk management with threat detection to deliver real time cyber defense that’s ready for everything that comes next. Obrela provides security analytics and risk management services to identify, analyze, predict and prevent highly sophisticated security threats in real time.

SWORDFISH® is a uniquely designed platform that orchestrates and controls the diverse facets of cybersecurity operations and consolidates security related data under a single data lake.

  • A Single Pane Of Glass: Centralization and consolidation, allowing decision-makers to reflect upon key performance indicators.
  • Comprehensive Approach: Cybersecurity client organizations can manage and orchestrate the diverse facets of cybersecurity under one platform.
  • Predictability: Brings predictability to the seemingly uncertain, allowing organizations to orchestrate and control every element of their cyber defense.
  • Cyber Security System: Connects all major elements of Enterprise Security Management to maintain a security policy.
  • Wide Range Of Applications: Using a variety of applications for governance, risk and compliance SWORDFISH® consolidates all functions under one platform to get instant visibility
  • Automation And Orchestration: Combines knowledge from previously fragmented and mostly static GRC to automate real-time risk management.
  • Security-As-A-Service: Acting as a unified Operations and Service Provisioning Fabric, simplifying participation in critical mission activities for clients and stakeholders

Be Ready. Be Resilient. Be Unstoppable.