Cybersecurity , Data Breach , Risk Management

Achieving Advanced Threat Resilience: Best Practices for Protection, Detection and Correction
Achieving Advanced Threat Resilience: Best Practices for Protection, Detection and Correction

Today, cyberattacks increasingly are becoming at once more elaborate and more targeted in nature. To combat such threats, security departments need to improve their organisations' resilience by taking an integrated approach to security that can seek out and remediate threats through all stages of an attack lifecycle. This sort of posture must provide:

  • Visibility across your entire organization;
  • Real-time and aggregated security intelligence;
  • Built-in automation capabilities to manage potential threat vectors;
  • Integration of security tools so that there are no gaps in coverage.

Background

Most organisations are at a disadvantage when it comes to fighting against cyberattacks. They still rely on a variety of point tools, most of which don't integrate well with one another and leave gaping holes in their overall security. Moreover, they lack insight into their security posture, making it difficult to prioritise and remediate against threats.

In short, organisations need to move from a security posture that relies on detection and notification to one that comprises protection against threats, detection of potential threats and correction of these targeted attacks to minimise the damage they can cause. Mo Cashman, Director of Enterprise Architecture at Intel Security, will describe the steps organisations need to take to eliminate gaps and improve their resilience against today's advanced threats.

In this exclusive webinar, Cashman will also discuss:

  • The components of advanced threat lifecycles;
  • Why automation capabilities are essential to any advanced threat defense;
  • How your SIEM and Intel Active Response Technology can work together to optimise endpoint threat detection and response.

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