Threat Detection


Extended threat detection and response (XDR): Filling out cybersecurity gaps

Image source Business technology generally advances on a rapid basis, however, so do the cyberthreats that can endanger your security. According to BusinessWire, more than half of enterprises believe that their security cannot keep up, and according to IBM News Room, more than half of organizations with cybersecurity incident response plans fail to test them.


Host-based Intrusion Detection System - Overview and HIDS vs NIDS

Although a business appears to make every effort to protect its assets, there is still no security guarantee. Hackers being fully aware of this uncertainty, tend to take complete advantage by tricking users or bypassing restrictions of the technology products in use, allowing them to acquire complete access. Such perils have given rise to the necessity of having a proactive approach towards cyber security to identify, prepare and respond to events.

How The Dark Web Continues to Threaten Businesses

The Internet is a massive space. Seven days a week, millions of web sites, files, and servers run 24 hours a day. Even so, it is just the tip of the iceberg that we surf and the visible websites that can be accessed using search engines such as Google and Yahoo. The Deep Web, which makes up approximately 90 percent of all websites, is underneath the ground. This hidden network is so massive that it is difficult to figure out at any given time how many pages or sites are currently involved.

Intrusion Prevention Systems explained: what is an IPS?

The goal of every cybersecurity strategy is to stop cyberthreats before they have a material impact. This has resulted in many organizations seeking to be more proactive in their response to potential threats by employing solutions to detect and prevent specific types of cyberattacks by monitoring for the earliest indicators of attacks found within network traffic.

Find threats faster: log more and spend less

The digital landscape continues to grow increasingly complex. The technologies and trends enterprises embrace as they accelerate their digital transformation - remote work, cloud computing, microservices, Internet of Things - all increase the complexity of the IT environment and, in turn, increase security risk and operational costs.

Secure Your Endpoints with Sophos &

Intercept X is Sophos’ endpoint security solution, including anti-ransomware, zero-day exploit prevention, plus managed endpoint defense and response. It employs a layered approach reliant on multiple security techniques for endpoint detection and response (EDR). Those tactics include app lockdown, data loss prevention, web control and malware detection.

Runtime Threat Detection on AWS

Tune into our #LinkedInLive event on Jan 12 at 10 am PST and Join Sysdig and AWS experts to learn how to detect and respond to threats to your production applications running on services like AWS Fargate and Amazon EKS. With the rise of microservices and DevOps practices, new security threats put your infrastructure and applications at risk. Hear how to leverage signals from AWS CloudTrail and open source Falco to spot unexpected behavior, block threats, and validate compliance across your AWS environment.

How to Enable Detection Rules via Elastic Security - Version 7.10

The detection engine brings automated threat detection to the Elastic Stack through the Security app in Kibana. As part of our belief in the power of open-source, Elastic Security has open sourced all our detection rules to work alongside the security community to stop threats at scale and arm every analyst. In this video, you’ll learn more about the detection engine and how to automate the protection of your data.