Hi, my name is Erik Rudin, and I have the privilege of leading our technical alliances and ecosystem team here at ScienceLogic. We are excited to announce that ScienceLogic has acquired the network configuration and change management vendor Restorepoint. With this acquisition, we’re expanding our IT operations business into the Network Operations (NetOps) and Security Operations (SecOps) domains.
SecOps and security teams spend an excessive amount of time sifting through low-value, poorly-contextualized alarm data rather than actively hunting for valid threats. This is because bad actors are constantly looking to steal whatever they can hold onto with the least exposure. Recent ransomware attacks in critical business sectors only serve as reminders that organizations cannot lie dormant. This blog post will unpack strategies to help overcome these challenges and explain why integrating threat intelligence with security orchestration and automation is critical for an effective security operations strategy.
For organizations of every size, cybersecurity has become both a challenge and a top priority. Many businesses may not realize they already have some tools in their arsenal to help with the challenge of cybersecurity. In particular, central log management is often overlooked and undervalued when it comes to being a tool that helps with an organization’s threat management and compliance capabilities and requirements.
Those who don’t move forward are moving backward. This saying particularly holds true in the cyber security world, as the constantly evolving threat landscape puts enormous pressure on traditional SOC teams. Most traditional SOC teams are understaffed, lack specific skills and are overworked.
Old news: The pandemic changed the world. New news: Security operations still need to act as if the crisis continues. Here's why. Prior to the pandemic, organizations around the world were already moving forward with digital transformation. COVID-19 forced enterprises to scale like never before—adding public cloud services, new network devices, remote workers, and software as a service (SaaS) applications.
This is a guest post collaboration between Squadcast & Threat Stack. The move to the cloud has rapidly expanded the cyber threat surface of modern cloud apps. This blog in partnership with Threat Stack, outlines how you can stay on top of your game with help of context-rich alerting & resolve security incidents rapidly along with few best practices to follow for faster incident response.