Posts tagged Cyberecurity
5 Ways Managed Detection + Response (MDR) Out-performs MSSPs

Traditional MSSPs offer ineffective solutions that rely on signature-based detection and perimeter defenses. Because they only monitor for known attacks, these solutions leave your network vulnerable to advanced malware, zero-day exploits and insider threats. Managed Detection and Response (MDR) offers businesses a subscription-based security model that actually defends against today's advanced cyber threats. Unlike passive security monitoring services offered by Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs), Managed Detection and Response doesn't wait for attacks to occur- it leverages advanced analytics to actively hunt for unknown threats before they infiltrate your network.

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Cybersecurity ROI For Small and Mid-Sized Businesses

How do you calculate the return on investment of your cybersecurity program? Businesses must look at money saved, not money earned to calculate the ROI of their cybersecurity. Not investing in adequate data defense can cost companies millions- downtime, public reaction, loss of intellectual property, share values, and fines must all be considered in risk profiles when assessing how much money your company should spend on cybersecurity.

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Cyber Spying: How Corporate Espionage Threatens Businesses

Intellectual property theft costs American businesses more than $600 billion per year, yet many companies fail to protect themselves from corporate espionage. Research, prototype plans, and employee and client data are all valuable on the Dark Web, and their loss can be catastrophic for most businesses. Is your data safe? These steps will help keep your company's most valuable assets secure.

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Virtual CISO Gives Fortune-10 Support to Smaller Businesses

As cyberattacks increase, many businesses are bolstering their security efforts by adding designated information security departments and hiring expert CISOs. Small and mid-sized companies that do not want or cannot afford an information security department are often left to fend for themselves. A virtual CISO provides expert security intelligence as a consulting service, letting businesses focus on what they do best.

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