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Today, a Security Operations Center (SOC) is the heart of many industry-leading organizations’ security infrastructures. While many organizations seek to stay ahead of the curve and take ownership of building a SOC from the ground up, it just isn’t cost effective.
Datashield has been servicing customers on Microsoft Azure Sentinel since its release. We have gained in-depth knowledge and expertise around the forensic analysis of the platform.
While the world shifts to remote working in this post-COVID-19 world, there are rumblings around working from home and cybersecurity concerns. Contrary to popular belief, many organizations don’t have proper work from home capabilities or strategies in place. Some are only allowing their IT/Security staff to work remotely.
Mental Games: Threat Hunting Mental Models, Strategies, and Normal Behavior In the cyber security market today, there is a lot of buzzwords, one of them is threat hunting. Many tools and services claim they have threat hunting capabilities, but in most cases, this isn’t 100% true.
Cybercrime, job openings, and vulnerable software are at an all-time high.
Does knowing security technology prepare you to manage cybersecurity in an organization?
Jeff Marshall, Chief Information Security Office (CISO) at Datashield announces the new Product Management Team.
Is cyber insurance the silver bullet to cover your organization from an attack? What lies within the fine print of a cyber insurance policy? These questions posed along with important considerations when choosing how to implement cyber security insurance properly.
There is a lot more to cyber security than just hacking... So… Everyone wants to be a penetration tester! Lately I’ve been speaking at events, conducting interviews, mentoring new security professionals and students and every single person when asked how they want their career to progress or what they are interested in doing, like clockwork every single person says, “penetration tester”. Maybe I’m the only one, but this is a huge pet peeve of mine!
Outlined below is a brief synopsis of what MDR is, how it is different and valuable as well as how it is delivered. What is MDR? MDR (Managed Detection and Response) is the ability to focus on a true threat instead of millions of alerts and notifications from various tools. MDR providers deliver services for buyers looking to implement or improve their threat detection, response, and continuous-monitoring capabilities.