Too many enterprises treat cybersecurity as an afterthought, delegated entirely to the CIO and the IT department. Yet organizations across the board are dealing with more frequent and variable cyber threats on an unprecedented scale. According to McKinsey, attackers are not only collaborating but also leveraging emergent technologies, such as artificial intelligence, to conduct attacks. […]Read More
An extended detection and response (XDR) cybersecurity strategy can protect your business through enhanced visibility, faster threat remediation, and improved operational efficiency. But as you probably already know, setting up a comprehensive XDR implementation can be quite difficult. As we enter the summer, here are 5 aspects that your organization should focus on if you […]Read More
Did your organization recently decide to adopt extended detection and response (XDR) as part of your security operations? Adopting XDR to drive your cybersecurity is a great choice for many enterprises and can help you protect your business in face of ever-developing threats. Yet even as more than 90% of businesses work on integrating XDR […]Read More
Cyber threats are becoming increasingly more common and challenging to deal with. In fact, more than two-thirds of companies answering Deloitte’s recent survey experienced between 1 and 10 data breaches and other security incidents in 2021. If your organization does get attacked, you need to be prepared. How can you best minimize harm and recover […]Read More
When evaluating an XDR provider, you need to understand how they leverage different sources of data to construct the entire chain of events leading to an attack. In Short: Grasp the full context behind a security incident by incorporating actions across your IT infrastructure Save time with automatically compiled reports across all relevant data […]Read More
You’ve signed with an Extended Detection and Response (XDR) provider. What next? Setting expectations during onboarding is critical. After all, with cybersecurity, your entire organization is on the line. Over 90% of security teams cannot attend to all of their security alerts on a typical day. Mistakes in setting up a new threat detection and […]Read More
Why XDR Should Be Consumed as a SaaS Product Extended Detection and Response (XDR) can provide your organization with holistic risk management across all parts of your IT infrastructure. But to properly implement this methodology and enjoy its benefits, you need to consume XDR as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) product. Why? Here are 5 benefits to […]Read More
It is well-known that data breaches cause some of the most significant harm to organizations. If an attacker gets through your defenses, your company may risk: Financial losses Disrupted operations Damaged reputation When your data and many of your assets are on the line, you don’t want to depend on complicated, inefficient, and outdated security […]Read More
Most companies think that to improve their enterprise security, they have to invest in better technology and tools. That conclusion is quite understandable: after all, cybersecurity relies on technological advances. To keep up with current trends, new is always better, right? Except when your organization assumes that improving your security operations (SecOps) requires better tools, […]Read More
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