In addition, more third parties are discovering the attacks rather than the companies themselves. Organizations are more quickly detecting attackers in their networks and systems, but the majority of attacks are still being found by third parties and not by internal security groups. In 2019, companies needed 56 days, on average, to detect an attacker
Analyst Report Identifies Gaps In Cyber Priorities, Process And People Organizations must detect and respond quickly to cyber threats. Not only is cyber security necessary to protect employees and sensitive company data, a successful attack will have financial ramifications and damage to the organization’s reputation. With security resources spread thin, is incident detection and response
Research shows time to discovery and containment of breaches slowly shrinking, but attackers don’t need a very big window to do a lot of damage.
It’s breach report season and one of the prevailing trends uncovered by security researchers is that organizations are ever-so-slowly improving the window between when a compromise occurs and when it
The challenge is identifying suspicious events in training sets where no anomalies are encountered. Part two of a two-part series. The problem of anomaly detection is not new, and a number of solutions have already been proposed over the years. However, before starting with the list of techniques, let’s agree on a necessary premise: All
Social engineering scam continued to be preferred attack vector last year, but attackers were forced to adapt and change. The growing sophistication of tools and techniques for protecting people against phishing scams is forcing attackers to adapt and evolve their methods. A Microsoft analysis of data collected from users of its products and services between
Falcon for Mobile offers detection and response capabilities for mobile platforms. RSA CONFERENCE 2019 – San Francisco – Detecting and responding to malware and threats on workstations and laptop computers has been a regular part of enterprise IT security for years. A service launching this week aims to bring those same capabilities to the smartphones
Botnets continue to spread to places never dreamed of a few years ago. But you can fight them off, and these tips can help. Botnets have been around for over two decades, and with the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT), they have spread further to devices no one imagined they would: routers, mobile