Threat hunting enables security teams to shift from simply responding to attacks to proactively identifying and mitigating threats before they hit enterprise networks.
Avoid these common threat-modeling missteps. Threat modeling can help you identify and prioritize the risks to your organization — but if done incorrectly, it can leave you defenseless.
On May 15, over 100 security leaders from across the U.K. and Europe met to talk about the future of cybersecurity and promote collaboration to stay one step ahead of evolving cyberthreats.
Many organizations still rely on reactive blocking and tackling strategies, but proactive threat hunting is the only way to detect the type of chatter that is indicative of an impending attack.
Thanks to their harrowing experience with the Evil Witch, Hansel and Gretel went on to become expert threat hunters to protect the children of the forest.
Investigative analysis tools enable SOC teams to proactively hunt for and mitigate cyberthreats instead of meticulously collecting and curating data.
Threat hunting enables security teams to improve incident response speed and accuracy. It also empowers them to remediate threats proactively.
Threat hunting promotes a proactive approach to security monitoring and incident response, making it harder for intruders to breach your network.
To keep up with today's advanced cybercrime landscape, security professionals must take a proactive approach to threat hunting and incident response.
EDR solutions enable threat hunting teams to fine-tune behavioral detection rules and determine the techniques by which malware spreads through a network.