Since the start of COVID-19, the FBI reports cyberattacks have increased 400%, and endpoint security vendors say phishing and malware scams have seen a 600% increase.
These alarming figures paint a clear picture that companies grapple with how to act quickly to consolidate disconnected systems and inefficient processes that leave them wide open to attacks. The added increase in uncertainly, regulation, and competition for human talent creates additional pressure to fix security breaches in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Watch this webinar to see how you can:
- Operationalize security with digitized playbooks that drive process adherence
- Optimize the existing SIEM investment and vulnerability scanners
- Gain efficiencies via automation and provide the SOC with actionable, prioritized intelligence
- Eliminate manual effort due to after-action reporting, audit preparation, and more
Video | What if you were focused on the external threat landscape (DoS, malware, phishing) while there was an internal threat you didn’t know about?
2 min read | According to the University of Maryland’s Clark School, a cyberattack happens every 39 seconds. The FBI reports a 400% increase in cybercrimes since COVID-19. Endpoint security vendors report a 600%+ increase in phishing and malware scams.