As a direct result, everyone needs robust security measures to manage their risk. Businesses are advised to incorporate EDR, NDR, MDR, SOAR and SIEM into their security posture.
Those who fail to act will find themselves vulnerable to attacks because hackers find them easier to exploit.
Securing Your Users
- Users are a hacker’s best way into a business, so you need automation to make users safe
Securing Your Network & Infrastructure
- Planned breaches are either not identified for a long time or are made public very quickly if they are due to human error. In these cases, automation and privilege controls are critical to limit your exposure.
Securing Your Data & IP
- A hacker’s objective is to get money, so it’s critical to protect your data with the right access controls to stop it being stolen.
Governance & Compliance
- Most users follow their businesses’ rules. When these rules slip, your business could be exploited. The right automation and user training can limit exposure.
Planning, Assessments & Business Continuity
- Once the ransom demand arrives, the time for checking backups has passed. A planned and tested recovery process is your best defence.