Creating an Optimal Security Strategy With Network Detection and Response

One of the major threats plaguing a business in the age of technology is cybersecurity attacks. These attacks are increasing more frequently; between 2020 and 2021, attacks grew by 1.5x. Despite the frequency of attacks, companies are still poorly equipped to protect themselves from these cyber threats. Detecting a breach can take 287 days, which gives attackers a huge time window to carry out a successful attack. 

There can be a lot of expensive and reputation-ruining effects from these security breaches. There is the risk of leaking sensitive private data related to clients or an organization’s financials. There is the cost of the security solution and the added administrative burden for dealing with the threat. An organization can also risk failing a regulatory compliance, which can minimize their credibility and harm future business. 
Unfortunately, despite all of these potential negative impacts, 41% of enterprises feel that they don’t have a good understanding of how to protect themselves against attacks using encryption technology. That is why it is essential that a business familiarize themselves with a Network Detection and Response (NDR) platform. It is able to detect suspicious activity that traditional tools would miss and reduce response time by alerting security teams right away.

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Adam Hansen

Adam is a part time journalist, entrepreneur, investor and father.