BeeAlert

Advanced and Fully Automated

Honeypot System

Our advanced early breach detection system ensures that you will "Bee Alerted" of suspicious activity in your network. (SMS, email and SIEM)

Honeypots
Honeypots, also known as digital sandboxes, are not a new concept. They have been used as a defensive mechanism for almost 30 years. They have recently gained popularity and traction as part of enterprise security defenses. Companies that deploy honeypots can immediately witness tremendous benefits.

Honeypots can significantly augment a company's security program. According to Dark Reading, honeypots provide a low false-positive rate because it's easy to use them to spot real threats. They can also serve as a powerful decoy and training tool so that security teams can respond to current, tangible threats in real time. Honeypots are the only means to reliably witness end-to-end attacks on your network without actually jeopardizing your production or customer-facing systems.

BeeAlert leverages the latest computing technology to provide an easy-to-use, quick-deployment option for Honeypots. BeeAlert is an ideal solution for any organization looking to identify a malicious actor seeking unauthorized access to a network in order to steal information. BeeAlert also provides additional protection against internal organizational users that present an insider threat. BeeAlert provides the means to quickly alert the right people of a potential breach in progress.

BeeAlert is a fully-functional Honeypot software suite for a networked environment. Unlike other Honeypot software, BeeAlert does not need specialized virtual machine or other abstraction software to run. Simply install our server application and set up your controllers; you'll have a complete and complex honeypot running in just a few minutes.

A Complete Honeypot Without a Ton of Resources

BeeAlert doesn't require a high-end dedicated server to run. Instead, install the BeeAlert server application on your network. Designate a few existing servers to provide honeypot resources by installing the BeeAlert Controller. You're done! Use the server application to find controllers and configure/deploy honeypot hosts.

Simulate Popular Servers and Applications

Use BeeAlert to simulate the most common servers including but not limited to databases (MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, etc.), file sharing services (SMB/Samba), FTP, SSH, Telnet, Web Servers (HTTP/HTTPS), routers, firewalls, ICS/SCADA systems and much more. In addition, you can fully simulate the other characteristics of a target device such as Operating System (OS) and system hardware. Attackers will never suspect that your services are fake.

No Complicated Architecture or Virtual Machines

Dedicating advanced hardware and virtual machines for a honeypot is costly, time consuming, and completely impractical. BeeAlert is simple to install, deploy and use on any type of system ranging from dense server farms to small office networks.

Rock Solid Security

BeeAlert completely isolates itself from all other processes running on your systems and networks. The BeeAlert controller is completely invisible and has absolutely no communication with your network. It only manages its honeypot agent and reports information to the BeeAlert server application.

Lead Attackers

Lead Attackers Right Where You Want Them

BeeAlert runs real systems and services that will look extremely attractive to malicious actors. Attackers will have no idea that they are already discovered and that your system admins have been alerted. That's because we'll actually let them access these services with stolen credentials from Breadcrumbs.

Robust Monitoring

Honeypots provide great insight into current attacks on your network so that you can detect, track, and respond to sophisticated cyber security threats in real-time. BeeAlert contains advanced monitoring capabilities that allow you to monitor these threats with the greatest speed and precision on the market.

Distract Your Adversary

We let attackers access your honeypot servers and look at large amounts of simulated data. We'll strategically place large files for download or password-protected data that needs to be cracked. While your attacker is busy on your "server," BeeAlert starts the process of alerting your system administrators.

Key Information, Right Away

We'll send pertinent details to your system administrators and others that need to know right away, whether in an e-mail, a SMS message, or another form of communication that's useful for your organization. BeeAlert can immediately share an attacker's location, source of breach, breadcrumb used, and commands executed.

BeeAlert Watches Everything

BeeAlert immediately starts logging all information when a breach happens and stores it for later analysis. Rest assured that you'll have all of the pertinent data so that you can respond to the attack and ensure that your actual infrastructure is protected.

A Complete Honeypot Without a Ton of Resources

BeeAlert doesn't require a high-end dedicated server to run. Instead, install the BeeAlert server application on your network. Designate a few existing servers to provide honeypot resources by installing the BeeAlert Controller. You're done! Use the server application to find controllers and configure/deploy honeypot hosts.

Advanced SIEM Integration

BeeAlert is 100% compatible with your organization's Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) system, which ensures that you receive updates on your Honeypot activity along with the rest of your information security data. BeeAlert allows your SIEM systems to provide live and real-time alerts on system logs and events relating to your honeypot in just minutes - no complicated configuration is necessary.

Case Study - The Nosy Insider

A disgruntled employee is bored one day and decides that he wants to poke around on your network with the goal of finding sensitive information. He scans the network from his workstation and finds a MongoDB database, which looks really interesting. The employee doesn't know the username and password, but tries something. Little does he know that company system administrators just received an alert:

On 15 June 2017 at 15:24, User: ABC from Workstation: EmployeeWorkstationXYZ (IP Address: 192.168.10.60) tried username: letmein and password: testing on the MongoDB server.

The employee starts running a brute-force attack against the database. Every username and password combination he tries is logged and captured for review. Every move he makes is being fully tracked. Later, he finds a breadcrumb on another server - it seems that the admin credentials are "admin/admin." He tries it, and it works! On the server, the employee finds the file CONFIDENTIAL_CREDENTIALS.pdf. Although he thinks that he hit the jackpot, he only has fake data - and every move he made was tracked, recorded and displayed to system administrators in real-time.

The scenario above is only a simple example of BeeAlert's advanced capabilities. Try it today to unleash its full potential and protect your network from break-ins.

Elite Authors

BeeAlert is the product of highly experienced developers with strong backgrounds in windows kernel, coding, and cyber security operations. Each part of our software suite is derived from their adept knowledge in the latest vulnerability, threat, and mitigation trends.

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