Hosted at the London Rally School near Bicester, we were joined by 30 Infosec professionals looking to drive forward their IT security transformation.more →
XDR isn’t a silver bullet. Security leaders will face many challenges if they haven’t invested in staffing and resources necessary to build a threat detection and response operation first. Many organizations who face this challenge outsource those capabilities to an MDR provider and activereach partner with eSentire who are the global leader in Managed Detection and Response.more →
activereach and Cybereason are dedicated to teaming with Defenders to end attacks on the endpoint, across the enterprise, to everywhere the battle is taking placemore →
The threat landscape is constantly shifting, but understanding how threat actors think and having insight into emerging trends enables you to stay ahead of the curve and defend more effectively.more →
The global EDR market (Endpoint Detection and Response) is growing rapidly. The Transparency Market Research team predicted that this market will increase at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of about 21% in the next decade. If it happens, this growth will help the global EDR market surpass a valuation of $13.8 billion by 2030.more →
There are many things that can reduce the effectiveness of your SOC operations. We are going to look at what we think are the top 7 challenges that have the most impact on the efficient running of your SOC operations.
1. Volume and validity
The flood of daily alerts, many of which are false, can mean that analyst spend too much of their time hunting down information on alerts instead of identifying risk, responding to incidents, identifying incident impact, and reducing breach detection time.more →
This month we are sharing a blog from our partner eSentire on how to prepare for the move back to the office (B2TO).
There has never been a more relevant time to make the case for modern endpoint security solutions than today’s current business climate of massive global distributed workforces.more →