This month we feature an excerpt from a recent TECH talk where we go in depth about XDR. With cybersecurity, it’s all about time. It’s about an organization’s ability to go on offense to take the critical time advantage away from cyber adversaries. In 2021 this is more important than ever and XDR is central to this strategy.
In the world of cybersecurity, acronyms abound. Not only that, many describe technologies and concepts that are seemingly indistinguishable from one another. Take EDR, MDR and XDR. With cyberthreats at an all-time high, vendors are seeking a “Detection and Response” story, and work in a lot of creative angles to get there. While analysts and thought leaders might be able to work with this phraseology …. It has only served… Read More
You’ve undoubtedly heard the phrase before, “a (fill in the blank) is only as strong as its weakest link.” For organizations who have vendors and suppliers connecting in some form or fashion to their network, this statement has played out many times – with consequences ranging from brand damage and lost revenue to severe regulatory penalties. Ever-evolving technologies, threats, regulatory laws and business growth require ongoing GRC efforts that strain… Read More
With the cyberattack landscape changing daily, deciding how to allocate valuable time and budget in security tools has become a constant challenge. Yet, tools are only part of the equation. True situational awareness depends on a practical and proactive approach to threat detection and response by integrating, correlating, and analyzing data across many security tools. When deployed effectively, this “telemetry” can give you significant time advantage – including time to… Read More
As 2020 winds to a close, we reflect on the global crisis we have faced together and the resilience shown by so many. Join DataEndure for our last TECH talk of the year as we discuss the implications on security in 2020 due to emboldened bad actors. In addition, we’ll look at why business continuity will be an important part of achieving and maintaining Digital Resilience in 2021.
DNS is the “phone book” and therefore the lifeline, to the internet. DNS is essential for your users to make connections to mission critical applications, websites and resources on your network – and equally critical for malware to communicate back to command and control servers to deliver ransomware, steal your data, or turn your network into a botnet for criminal use. Bad actors have creatively and successfully transformed this lifeline… Read More
DataEndure’s TECH talk continues our “FourFecta” Series with a hot topic – Anti-Phishing/Spear-Phishing Prevention. Phishing has always presented the largest attack surface for any security team, and it has increased dramatically since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis. Due to the increased use of personal devices and work from home, attackers are targeting the weakest link in the chain, which is often individuals and their personal systems on insecure home/remote… Read More
While there is no silver bullet that can completely secure an organization, a modern layered defense in depth approach puts you on a solid defense and provides prescriptive offense against cyber adversaries. That’s why DataEndure’s TECH talk will be spending the next few months diving deeper into each of the layers of DataEndure’s Security FourFecta, a framework to help keep your organization secure during this challenging time, and beyond.
Where is threat detection and response going next and why does it matter NOW? Join DataEndure as we discuss XDR (X Detection and Response); and learn how it enables us to monitor and detect every change within this “distributed edge” — no matter where it originates. With visibility into the entire attack lifecycle, including intrusion, lateral movement and data exfiltration, it promises to help organizations simplify and unify their security… Read More
Over the past two months, with the massive move to work from home, the attack surface for cybercriminals has exploded. This has tremendous implications and should have the attention of business leaders in organizations large and small. Join DataEndure’s TECH talk as we discuss what had led up to this, the implications, and what steps leaders can take now. (Temporary audio issues from 2 minute – 3 minute mark).