When organizations implement digital solutions, they frequently increase network complexity and broaden their potential attack surface. The evolving cyber threat landscape, combined with a growing cybersecurity skills gap, emphasizes the importance of having security solutions capable of monitoring and mitigating threats across these increasingly complex business networks. Creating a continuous security monitoring strategy is one way to accomplish this. Continuous security monitoring (CSM) tools automate threat detection and provide organizations with real-time
A Security Operations Center (SOC) is a command center for cybersecurity specialists who are in charge of tracking, evaluating, and defending an enterprise from cyber-attacks. Security incidents are constantly tracked in the SOC, which includes internet traffic, internal network infrastructure, desktops, servers, endpoint devices, databases, software, IoT devices, and other systems. The SOC workers can collaborate with other teams or divisions, but they are usually self-contained and comprised of employees
Although digitization has created new commercial opportunities, especially for small and mid-sized companies, it has also given rise to a number of cyberthreats. Data breaches and ransomware penetration are common cyberattacks that have devastating repercussions for companies and their customers. The global average cumulative cost of a data breach was $3.86 million, according to IBM’s 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Study. According to the survey, 70% of respondents assumed
Building out a security operations center is a big job, but it’s worth it if it’s done right and provides enough security for your company. People, processes, and technology must all be carefully planned and coordinated while constructing a SOC. In the face of today’s threat landscape, a fully operational SOC will have the capability to assist secure your firm. Each of these areas will be covered in-depth in this three-part series,
When it comes to business, cyber-attacks do not discriminate, regardless of the size of your company. Despite the fact that data breaches at corporations and government agencies appear to be the focus, small businesses are at the top of the list. Small businesses are under-protected in general, owing to the “belief” that they cannot afford the same level of security as major organizations. Adequate data security isn’t out of reach.