Two steps behind
With the advent of targeted attacks and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs), we have observed a paradigm shift
in how organizations approach cybersecurity. Over the last decade, it has become evident that prevention alone is
not sufficient. In too many cases, we noticed that victims were always a few steps behind and didn’t learn of a
breach until regulatory bodies, law enforcement, or – even worse – users notified them. To enable and/or improve
this rapid detection and response capability, a fully operational 24/7 SOC with expert security analysts is required.
An army of (n)one
Let’s say it as it is: even with unlimited budgets, it will be tough to build your own 24/7 SOC. Why? Because it has become almost impossible to find the right people to operate it. Experienced security analysts appear to be an endangered species, and they have never been in higher demand. It is not surprising that most organizations struggle to build, train, and retain a team of security experts, specialized in detecting and eradicating advanced threats. Only by working together and pooling resources to effectively create economies of scale and scope, we can overcome this challenge.
Managed Detection and Response - a shared approach
Our Managed Detection and Response service delivers our customers with a turnkey solution to meet the growing needs regarding advanced threat detection and response. It is operated from a state-of-the-art 24/7 Security Operations Center with the most advanced detection technologies available and staffed with the most experienced security analysts in the business. By delivering this shared access to knowledge and by spreading costs over a multitude of customers, we can provide this best-in-class security service at an affordable operational cost to all companies, both small and large.
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