Cyber risk and advisory programs that identify security gaps and build strategies to address them.
MDR that provides improved detection, 24/7 threat hunting, end-to-end coverage and most of all, complete Response.
Our team delivers the fastest response time in the industry. Threat suppression within just 4 hours of being engaged.
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24/7 Threat Investigation and Response.
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Defend brute force attacks, active intrusions and unauthorized scans.
Safeguard endpoints 24/7 by isolating and remediating threats to prevent lateral spread.
Investigation and enhanced threat detection across multi-cloud or hybrid environments.
Configuration escalations, policy and posture management.
Detects malicious insider behavior leveraging Machine Learning models.
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Cyber-savvy boards are discussing topics like cyber risk appetite, cyber risk tolerance, cyber risk quantification and the risk-based approach to cybersecurity with increasing frequency.
According to Cybersecurity Ventures, the global annual cost of cybercrime is predicted to reach $8 trillion USD in 2023. Compounding this is the rising cost of damages resulting from cybercrime, which is expected to reach $10.5 trillion by 2025.
The statistics presented in the 2022 Official Cybercrime Report by Cybersecurity Ventures, sponsored by eSentire, demonstrate that there is no end to cyber risk so our executive board level conversations must shift to how we are actively improving cyber resilience, and putting our organizations ahead of business disruption.
Key takeaways from this cybercrime report include:
Download this report to learn how cybercrime is expected to evolve in the future and why your organization should adopt a risk-based approach to your cybersecurity strategy for a more proactive defense against modern cyber threats like ransomware, cryptocrime, and social engineering tactics.
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