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Ransomware Protection Guide

Following our suggested best practices will help better secure your enterprise against ransomware attacks, but remember to always stay vigilant. As we have seen cyber criminals can find new vectors and vulnerabilities to exploit, so you must continuously assess your environment for risks and vulnerabilities. CRITICALSTART can help. Our Cybersecurity Consulting Services are based on a three-phase process (Assess/Respond/Defend) that helps secure your infrastructure on-premise or in the cloud, meets compliance standards, and reduces your exposure.

Data Privacy Program Cheat Sheet

The majority of organizations today are adhering to some form of a data privacy program. It is very challenging to develop and operate a complete program because it’s a particularly complex problem with oftentimes equally complex solutions. But it can be simplified.

Cybersecurity Teams are Drowning

Organizations can’t afford to ignore security events – even lower level security events, which is where many breaches and attacks occur. The goal is to quickly stop an attack before it becomes a breach.

You Deserve Better

MDR incident responders are wasting an enormous number of hours and resources processing useless security alerts – a problem that impacts staffing, operational business models and security effectiveness. Additionally, incident responders often cope with this problem by reducing the sensitivity of security equipment or ignoring alerts altogether – thus leaving their organizations more vulnerable and susceptible to attacks.

Research Report: The Impact of Security Alert Overload

CRITICALSTART conducted a survey of more than 50 Security Operations Center (SOC) professionals across enterprises, Managed Security Services Providers (MSSP) and Managed Detection & Response (MDR) providers to evaluate the state of incident response within SOCs. The survey was fielded Q2 2019.

The report and analysis are based on the responses received from this sample with comparisons drawn to the same questions asked in the company’s 2018 report.

This year’s report revealed that SOC analysts continue to face an overwhelming number of alerts each day that are taking longer to investigate, resulting in many SOC analysts believing their primary job responsibility is to “reduce the time it takes to investigate alerts.”

To cope with the onslaught of alerts, managed security providers simply try to hire more analysts or direct existing ones to ignore certain types of alerts and turn off key features that generate too many alerts – negatively impacting business models and leaving enterprises more susceptible to attacks. The most striking finding is the direct toll the alert overload problem is having on SOC analyst retention.

Infosec Reborn

In this paper, you will learn how to evaluate security risks and why legacy detection and response efforts are inadequate. Discover the different types of security postures and the critical importance of why every alert matters in today’s high-threat environment.

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