Why use proxies for cybersecurity?
Proxies are an essential tool for safeguarding your business against the ever-evolving landscape of online threats.
They are often used by security professionals as a proactive measure to collect threat intelligence data at scale and without being detected. By encrypting your business’ online activity and spoofing your true location, proxies can mitigate the risk of cybercrime and provide an essential layer of security for organizations.
How do cybersecurity proxies work?
Proxies act as an intermediary between your device and the internet, making it difficult for cybercriminals to track your business and threat-monitoring attempts.
With cybersecurity proxies you can identify bad actors anonymously and discreetly, while they’re unable to identify and block your monitoring.
Why is a global proxy pool important for threat intelligence data?
Global proxies allow you to access and gather cyberthreat data from any source in the world.
By regularly monitoring and analyzing the threat intelligence you gather, you can look for patterns and trends in the types of threats and vulnerabilities, and use this information to inform your organization's cybersecurity strategy. Malicious tactics can change quickly, so it's important to stay up-to-date with the latest threat intelligence.