Fighting modern adversaries requires having a modern security operations center (SOC), especially as organizations move to the cloud. To protect their estates against tomorrow’s threats, security professionals have often turned to more data sources and adding more security monitoring tools in their operations, both in the pursuit of maximizing their attack surface visibility and reducing time to detect and respond to threats.more →
We’ve seen major shifts in the digital landscape that have far reaching implications on organizations around the world. These include the widespread adoption of hybrid work, the accelerated migration from on-premise to cloud resources, and the exponential increase of data in the cloud.
While organizations gain many benefits from leveraging new cloud technologies, there are several challenges that arise with new ways of doing business, including the increasing complexity of an ever-expanding attack surface, the rising number of attacks targeting web and cloud apps, and protecting users, devices, and data regardless of where they reside.more →
Supply chain disruptions have had a devastating impact on the global economy. Suppliers and consumers feel the sting from rampant inflation to product shortages and factory closures.
One leading cause of supply chain disruption – a dramatic increase in cyberattacks – is a significant concern for CXOs and IT executives.more →
The unsung hero of our connected world is the Application Programming Interface (API). They are the connective tissue that enable developers to explore new services, integrating them into new, great solutions faster. The power, flexibility and widespread use of APIs makes it essential that the way users interact with them is secured.more →
Both XSPM and pen testing have value in a robust cybersecurity operation, and neither should be passed over in favor of the other. The reason is simple, the two methodologies are designed to do different things, and both are critical for knowing how to defend the organization against attacks.more →
We address insider rIsk using protections across three key technologies: data protection, contextual risk-based access controls, and analytics. This blend of protection helps organizations take control over the risk that insiders pose in a manner which no combination of point solutions could possibly do. That’s because with Netskope Intelligent SSE our protections work together, with single-pass policy enforcement and the capabilities to visualize, understand, and control insider risk.more →
Amid a global cybersecurity skills shortage, today’s companies need all the help they can get. Hiring cybersecurity staff is an obvious starting point, but it can take many months to fill and train a new hire. Fortunately, a range of security tools can also minimize a company’s risk of a cyberattack and make an impact immediately.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 →