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FedRAMP Authorization: A Value to Both Public and Private Organizations

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP®) authorization has, for years, been seen as an arduous undertaking only for companies that want to do business with government agencies and their contractors. However, with growing cybersecurity risks, coupled with tightening data privacy regulations across industries, FedRAMP’s fundamental security requirements are becoming best practices for all organizations handling sensitive data.

3 Keys to Unlocking Data Visibility in the SOC

Although SIEMs have existed for more than 20 years, many organizations still fail to achieve full data visibility into their environments. Two problems compound this challenge. First: attack surfaces. As organizations scale their digital infrastructures and bring on new applications, the amount of data analysts need to monitor and analyze increases exponentially.

Reflecting on 2023: Evolving our Product, Deepening Partnerships, and Staying Committed to the Security Community

As the new year approaches, security professionals and analysts alike are taking a step back to review what has transpired over the past twelve months. At Devo, 2023 was an exciting year full of change and progress. As we look forward to 2024, we want to take some time to reflect on Devo’s year across product enhancements, analyst recognition, partnerships, and community engagement.

Stronger Together: Protect Your Organization with the Power of the Community

Cybersecurity is a team sport, as malicious actors and advanced persistent threats are constantly evolving their tactics. In this ever-changing landscape, it is crucial for organizations to collaborate and learn from one another’s experiences. At Devo, we recognize the importance of teamwork in combating these threats. We are committed to enhancing our product capabilities and content to empower every customer to participate in this collective defense.

It's Time for SIEM to Act Like a Security Data Platform

What you’re doing isn’t working. Despite best efforts, the scale of cybersecurity data is outpacing the ability of security information and event management (SIEM) solutions to identify and stay ahead of digital threats. Incremental improvements can’t keep pace with the scale of data contained in cloud solutions and the scope of data created by new tools, like generative AI. The result?

Valuable Career Insights for Your Career in Cybersecurity

Change is constant in any career, and the world of cybersecurity is no exception. Hackers and cybercriminals devise new tactics regularly, and cybersecurity professionals must stay current with emerging threats and new technology. While keeping pace with these shifts is essential, it’s also important to balance your commitment to the field with your personal career goals.

Keeping Perspective Amongst the Sometimes Tumultuous Cybersecurity Environment

A SOC analyst role is equal parts fulfilling and overwhelming. On one hand, the landscape is dynamic and the work is critical to protecting organizations. On the other, the weight of continual responsibility can lead to stress, anxiety, and cybersecurity burnout. Understanding the importance of your mental health is crucial to maintaining productivity and preventing cybersecurity burnout.

How to Spot a Next-Gen SIEM Imposter

Staying ahead of the cybersecurity curve can feel like running a marathon uphill, and the right SIEM is key to leveling the playing field. Smarter SIEM solutions have emerged from the cloud to address the changing demands of today’s security operations. Unlike legacy SIEMs, which were designed for on-premises deployments and have limited scalability, more innovative next-gen solutions offer cloud-native SaaS models that provide greater flexibility and scalability.

How the MITRE ATT&CK Framework Helps CISOs Communicate Risk to Stakeholders

Picture this: Your CEO comes into your office and asks, “What’s our security posture, and where’s our greatest area of risk? I’m particularly worried about this new emerging threat group. What defenses or detections do we have around that?” You: “…” Enter the MITRE ATT&CK® framework and Devo’s MITRE ATT&CK Adviser app—built to help you tell the business where your risks are and what it would take to address them.

Does Your SIEM Empower Your SOC?

The right SIEM can make or break your SOC. While there are a lot of security solutions and platforms for you to choose from, ask yourself–how will they make life in your SOC better than before? If you make the right choice, you’ll empower your SOC to work more efficiently, more effectively, and more proactively. As you do your research and consider which SIEM is right for you, make sure it checks these boxes. Your analysts will thank you.