Threat Detection and Response Tools: Making Sense of a Crowded Market
Whether you’ve got regulatory requirements or you’re simply trying to acquire cyber insurance, you need to demonstrate that you’ve got a solid security posture in place. You need a layered defense strategy that protects your vital threat vectors, meets your regulatory or compliance needs, and protects your most valuable data no matter where it resides.
Endpoint Detection and Response: Is It Enough?
Protecting endpoints is important; however, they are only part of the equation. Many organizations have built their security posture around this one threat vector while neglecting the others. That’d be like putting on a swimsuit and going out in a blizzard—you simply don’t have enough protection. Just like avoiding hypothermia, it’s all about layers. An EDR-only approach leaves businesses out in the cold.
Cybersecurity Threats and Solutions: Developing the Right Mindset for Protection
Cyber threats are evolving fast, and the tools are struggling to keep up. Frankly, “set it and forget it” doesn’t cut it. A solid security stance is about first developing the right mindset. Because the market is crowded and confusing, we want to highlight key concepts and considerations to guide your cybersecurity strategy.
What is Threat Detection and Response?
Threat detection and response is a strategy that enables an organization to identify signs of a cyberattack and stop them before they cause significant damage. Advanced threat detection and response mixes proactive and reactive capabilities to create a layered defense system for your tech environment.
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Micro-segmentation helps protect users and data at a much more granular level. Its purpose is to significantly reduce the attack surface to a minimum while ensuring the prevention of any unauthorized lateral movement.