Cybersecurity as a Service

From partial to complete outsourcing, our state-of-the-art Cybersecurity services keep your data secure in every aspect of your IT infrastructure. 

What is Cybersecurity as a Service?

Cybersecurity as a service is an umbrella term for various services that provide security-related capabilities to organizations.

The benefits of Cybersecurity as a service include improved security posture, reduced risk, increased efficiency, and cost savings. Organizations should consider their specific needs when selecting their Cybersecurity as a service provider, as the offerings can vary widely. Below are the core efforts of any cybersecurity.

Security Monitoring

The continuous collection and analysis of data from devices and systems in order to identify and respond to potential threats.

Threat Intelligence

The proactive identification and tracking of cyber threats in order to keep organizations informed about potential vulnerabilities and threats.

Incident Response & Remediation

Protocols and infrastructure put in place for incident response planning, investigation, and remediation. 

Security Governance & Automation

The use of technology to automate the response to security incidents and improve overall security posture.

Compliance Readiness & Assessments

Establishment of organization-wide protocols maintaining compliance for such requirements as HIPAA, NIST CSF, CMMC/NIST 900-171, and more.

Managed Security Services

The outsourcing of all or part of an organization’s cybersecurity operations to a third party.

61% of Small-to-Mid-Sized Businesses
Experienced a Cyberattack During the Last Year.

Most Common Cybersecurity Attacks

Cybersecurity threats can be just as dangerous for small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBS) as they are for large corporations. SMBs often believe that security is achieved through obscurity—that they’re too small to be the target of serious cyber attacks. This is a false assumption.

Because hackers are more and more automating their attacks, it’s easier for them to attack hundreds or even thousands of SMBs simultaneously. SMBS often present a much weaker security posture, a lower awareness of potential threats, and are less likely to invest in comprehensive cybersecurity—all of which makes them even more attractive to hackers.

Here are the most common types of cybersecurity attacks:


Any type of software designed to damage or disable computers and computer networks. Malware can be used to steal data, destroy information, or spy on users.

Trojan Horse

Trojan Horse is malware that's disguised as legitimate software or code. Once inside the network, attackers can perform any action that a legitimate user would be able to do, including modifying or deleting files and exporting files. Trojans can be found in software patches, tools, and games.


A type of malware that encrypts files on a device. It renders any files (and the systems that depend on them) useless. Ransom is then demanded by malicious actors in return for decryption.


One of the most common cybersecurity threats. It involves contacting the target via telephone, email, or text message and pretending to be a legitimate institution in order to get sensitive data, such as bank and credit card details and passwords.

Password Attack

Password attacks are a common way to bypass or exploit authentication for user accounts to gain access to a file, folder, account, or computer secured with a password


Man-in-the middle attacks are a form of eavesdropping in which attackers insert themselves into the "middle" of a data transfer in order to intercept data and information from one party, while simultaneously sending malicious links or other information to both parties.

SQL Injection

SQL injection attacks involve inserting an SQL query through the input data of the client to the application. A successful SQL injection can read sensitive data from the database, modify database data, execute administrative operations on the database, recover the content of a given file, and issue commands to the operation system.


When malicious cyber threat actors cause legitimate users to be unable to access information systems or devices, a denial-of service (DoS) attack is triggered. The affected services include email, websites and online accounts (e.g. banking) as well as other services that depend on the affected computer network or computer.

Insider Threat

Insider threat refers to the possibility that an insider could use their authorized access to or understanding of an organization to harm it. This can be malicious, complacent, unintentional, or intentional acts that adversely affect the integrity, confidentiality and availability of an organization, its data or personnel, as well as facilities.

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Abel Solutions' Cybersecurity as a Service Offerings

With information readily available and accessible from anywhere at any time, data privacy and security are the gravest risks in the digital age. The future of cybersecurity depends on a holistic approach where protection, prevention, and remediation operate symbiotically.

Abel Solutions’ next-generation cybersecurity as a service equips businesses with state-of-the-art protocols for identifying cybersecurity threats and triggering preventive actions. Our security operations center offers a cohesive, integrated approach to counter even cyber threats that deploy powerful technologies like machine learning, analytics, and automation.

By completely or partially outsourcing information security tasks, your business will benefit from any or all of the following services:

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