Vectra Al today announced it ranked 329th on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™, a ranking of the 500 fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. Vectra grew 371 percent during this period.
Cyberattacks continue to have a dramatic impact on private and public organisations and governments worldwide, according to a new report.The NETSCOUT bi-annual Threat Intelligence Report found that in the first half of 2021, cybercriminals launched approximately 5.4 million Distributed Denial of Services attacks, increasing 11% over 1H2020 figures.
The good news today is that organizations making use of Google Cloud’s platform now have a new option when it comes to detecting intrusions.
As more organizations move to hybrid environments, where a significant portion of their infrastructure moves to the cloud, security teams face the challenge of maintaining a consistent security posture across all their assets, whether they be in the cloud or on-prem. In many cases, security teams will work to adapt their on-premises security tools to work in a cloud environment, making use of virtualization software and complex homegrown integrations.
Zero Trust is a popular term seen everywhere lately, but it’s not a new concept. The Zero Trust Network, or Zero Trust Architecture model was created in 2010 by John Kindervag who was a Forrester analyst. Eleven years later, CISOs and CIOs are increasingly adopting and implementing the Zero Trust security model into their organizations.
The Zero Trust model suggests we shift security from a perimeter-based model to a model that’s based on continuous verification of trust. Actually, this model assumes that a network has already been breached. A key recommendation is to create micro-perimeters or micro-segments to control access to sensitive assets, and limit the potential damage from attackers.
The term “security information and event management” (SIEM) was coined in 2005 as an evolution of “central log management” (CLM). Since then, SIEM tools have experienced scope creep and transformed into the tools that we know today, offering many capabilities to solve a very wide set of problems for customers.
Today we announced Exabeam Fusion XDR and Exabeam Fusion SIEM, two new powerful cloud-delivered security products that efficiently solve threat detection, investigation and response (TDIR) without disrupting your existing technology stack. We created our Fusion products to provide all of the capabilities, processes, and content needed to help you easily achieve your desired security outcomes and maximize the return on your existing security investments.
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