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Sep 22, 2023   |  By Laura
“Just make us Zero Trust.” Hands up if you’ve ever heard some version of this statement. Gather ten cybersecurity pros in a room, and you’ll have ten frustrated people trying to implement Zero Trust Security Architecture (ZTA). Although boards and non-security executives often understand the ZTA security model at a high level and love the idea of an inherently secure network, security teams keep running into walls during implementation.
Sep 14, 2023   |  By Laura
Bad news first. Implementing Zero Trust is more complex than using a particular service or a product. Although definitions vary, Zero Trust is an approach to network architecture that moves security closer to user actions and away from network assets. In a 100% Zero Trust environment, no user, process or application inside a network is trusted by default.
Sep 7, 2023   |  By Laura
What size Zero Trust would you like? Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA), and cybersecurity in general, would be easier if you could walk into a Zero Trust shop instead of navigating a human and technological minefield featuring confused executives, reluctant employees, and a buzzword-heavy Zero Trust vendor landscape. The fact that “humans don’t work in a Zero Trust manner” will not change anytime soon, but technology is something in your control.
Aug 14, 2023   |  By Laura
A typical security operations centre (SOC) has three core costs: People, data and tools. The total cost of these will vary dramatically based on factors like how many endpoints and users are in your environment and the number of SOC team members you need. Various SOC cost calculators available online put the cost of building a SOC for a 1000-user environment at upwards of £2 million per annum.
Aug 1, 2023   |  By Laura
Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) alerts are what happens when an EDR system decides that event data from an agent installed on an endpoint, or several endpoints, shows a potential threat. This doesn’t mean that every EDR alert is a malicious event in progress. Many are “false positives” or malicious behaviour that is actually not a threat.
Aug 1, 2023   |  By Laura
If you had to choose a security measure that would make the most difference to your cyber program right now, what would it be? Maybe you’d like to get another person on your team? Someone who is a skilled analyst, happy to do routine work and incredibly reliable. Or perhaps you’d prefer an investment that would give your existing team members back more of their time without compromising your ability to find and fix threats? What about human intelligence without human limitations?
Jul 24, 2023   |  By Brad Freeman, Director of Technology
Cloud computing is nothing new in 2023, but is certainly still a growth piece of technology infrastructure, and one upon which many organisations work to build their IT infrastructure, whether across one cloud provider such as the market leaders AWS, or, increasingly, around a multi-cloud strategy across several providers, and some public cloud offerings.
Jun 28, 2023   |  By Laura
Why have cyber incidents topped the Allianz Risk Barometer for the last two years in a row? Growing attack surfaces are partly responsible. Remote work, cloud migration, IoT use and other trends give cyber threats more places to enter and hide within networks. But there is another cause – deficiencies in the standard approach to threat detection and response.
Jun 22, 2023   |  By Laura
Is this suspicious network activity alert actually a sign of intrusion, or just another false positive? As the cybersecurity visibility gap widens, anyone who works in a security operations centre (SOC) is likely to ask themselves and their colleagues this question on a regular basis. Unfortunately, as analysts know, answering it is rarely straightforward.
Jun 9, 2023   |  By Laura
Security information and event management (SIEM) solutions like Microsoft Sentinel SIEM are at the heart of most security operations teams. But like any SIEM, while Microsoft Sentinel can be an incredible tool for centralising security data, it also risks being expensive and ineffective. In a recent webinar I discuss these problems and how SenseOn can help supercharge Azure Sentinel. You can now watch this webinar anytime online.
Jul 24, 2023   |  By SenseOn
Get strategic guidance to understand and evaluate XDR for your organization. Read our Market Guide for Extended Detection and Response today to learn about the evolution of XDR tools, XDR's capabilities and benefits and limitations.
Jul 24, 2023   |  By SenseOn
In this guide, learn all about how you can do more for less. Made specifically for IT professionals, this guide walks through best practices to get the most out of your security team.
Jul 24, 2023   |  By SenseOn
In this guide, learn all about the business impacts of ransomware, and how to create a cybersecurity strategy to prevent this.

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