Threat Detection and Response - Further Information
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AI and Generative AI within an Enterprise Information Architecture - Solix and The Operating System for the Enterprise
An Enterprise Information Architecture can be viewed as the operating system of the Enterprise by means of which all applications are deployed and executed.
In a data-driven world, organisations need to be able to manage the corporate data resource intelligently and flexibly. A data fabric is the key enabler.
This guide focuses on technology-agnostic MDR providers. Those vendors selected are the most often cited by end users and rival providers as being the leaders in this market.
Learn how Gathr is used in financial services for breakthrough success, including threat detection, payment surveillance, downtime prediction, and more.
This Spotlight explores the landscape for threat detection and response technologies and services. Read through it to decide what best suits your organisation.
XDR is a new set of tools that holds much promise for improving threat detection and response to counter today’s security challenges.
By taking into account the considerations in this eBook, organisations will be better informed as to what they need from an MDR service provider.
Managed detection and response services provide access to advanced tech and skilled resources to ensure businesses can achieve their objectives.
EDR supplements traditional endpoint protection by providing capabilities for threat detection and response, going beyond a traditional focus on threat prevention and protection.
SIEM systems are entering a new era. Complementary technologies are creating visibility into networks that are required for actionable security insight.
UEBA technologies focus on identifying patterns of activity that are outside of the normal patterns expected in order to identify activity that could be suspicious or clearly malicious.