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SentinelOne’s endpoint detection and response product is known as the Singularity Platform. It is a leading cloud endpoint protection platform (EPP) suitable for organizations small and large without compromising quality.
Ransomware remains a top concern for organizations across industries. Modern attackers are utilizing easily accessible and increasingly affordable ransomware kits and creating fileless attacks. Additionally, ransomware programs are becoming more sophisticated and harder to dismantle once deployed.
The full interview with Shawn O'Brien, Regional Vice President: Netwitness Threat Detection and Incident Response - Americas at RSA Security. Focus of the interview is around the recent shift to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics of the interview include the marketing hype, addressing a remote workforce and moving forward with the Coronavirus implications.
The full interview with Amy Blackshaw, CISSP, the Director of Product Marketing at RSA Security. We focus on the recent shift to a remote workforce due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics of the interview include the marketing hype, addressing a remote workforce and moving forward with the Coronavirus implications.
In part one of our Remote Workforce Roundtable, we spoke to the larger cybersecurity trends at hand with remote working and security vulnerabilities. This time I sat down with Greg Foss from VMware Carbon Black for a more endpoint-focused discussion on remote work.
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.