The primary benefit of a network detection and response solution is that NDR software helps improve your network security visibility. While legacy network security solutions protect you from threats currently attacking your network, there could be malware hiding on the network that you need to get rid of. NDR solutions extend your visibility beyond the perimeter and concentrates security inward. Remember protecting things from getting in isn’t enough anymore. Your organisation must be able to attack threats that are able to infiltrate your system and lie in wait to strike your infrastructure.
Organisations that implement Advanced Threat Protection are better able to detect threats early and more quickly formulate a response to minimise damage and recover should an attack occur. An organisation should focus on the lifecycle of an attack and manage threats in real-time. Organisations need to be aware of attacks that have occurred, the severity of the attack, and the response that was initiated to stop the threat in its tracks or minimise data loss. Whether managed in-house or provided as a service, Advanced Threat Protection solutions are necessary for securing critical data and systems, no matter where the attack originates or how major the attack or potential attack is perceived.
Perimeter security is designed with the primary purpose to either keep intruders out or captives contained within the area the boundary surrounds. The perimeter controls what comes into the network and what traffic can be allowed out and as such is a critical piece to the entire Defense in Depth Architecture of a solid security program. Perimeter security must be complemented and is not an all-powerful solution in and of itself. Don’t be fooled into thinking that a strong firewall by itself will keep you safe, having a strong firewall and build multiple layers of security and you will have a strong security posture.
Cybersecurity is important because it encompasses everything that pertains to protecting our sensitive data, personally identifiable information (PII), protected health information (PHI), personal information, intellectual property, data, and governmental and industry information systems from theft and damage attempted by criminals and adversaries.
DLP can help prevent accidental disclosure or theft by employees having access to sensitive data. Internal employees have access to sensitive data, and hence their corporate communication, browsing, etc.., are events to be monitored. Non-productive and data risky activities must be blocked
Endpoint Protection aims to keep endpoints safe from malicious attacks and hackers. For a very long period of time, organisations employed software such as antivirus in order to provide security for endpoints but as the methods of hackers become more advanced, more sophisticated measures are needed.
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