Detecting cyber attacks as a small to medium business
Driving cybersecurity to the edge
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We don’t want to spook anyone, but… the bad guys have been busy. With corporate boundaries a thing of the past, hackers and cybercriminals may already be reaching inside the perimeter, with access to compromised servers and machines. From this vantage point they are constantly looking for new ways to exploit your systems or get at your data; and they are, frankly, pretty good at it.
To those who would exploit, size is irrelevant; but while larger businesses might have whole teams of experts dealing with the barrage of cyber security alerts, small and medium organisations lack the skills and resources to put a comprehensive response together. Let’s put it this way: keeping antivirus up to date is not enough when facing today’s sophisticated and determined threat actors.
If security by obscurity is no longer an option, and inaction is a risk in itself, what can smaller enterprises do to protect themselves? Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions can go a long way towards minimising the level of threat, but they need to be chosen and used in the right way. In this webinar, aimed at those responsible for IT security, we talk to an expert at F-Secure to determine:
The cybercriminal’s mindset when it comes to smaller businesses
How EDR enables a comprehensive response to current threats
Choosing EDR that delivers against smaller business needs
So, if you are looking to augment your arsenal with a game changing security control, watch this webcast on-demand today.