Cloud services leader, anxious to protect infrastructure against growing threat landscape, turns to SOD’s Threat Watch monitoring solution, for real-time discovery of suspicious activity and the ability to react decisively to avert damage to reputation and data February 20, 2020; San Diego, CA, United States; Tel Aviv, Israel Security On-Demand (SOD), a global leader in […]
It takes as little as 19 minutes for an attacker to “own” you
Historically, the time it took an attacker to compromise your systems was 90 days or more. Then it changed to only a month. Then a week and then 24 hours. Now, according to the DOD, the average time for a Russian state-sponsored hacking group to compromise a system is 19 minutes. You can’t detect and respond that quickly, no human can.
The initial attack likely started well before that, leaving clues or “indicators” of their actions buried inside petabytes of log data. And that’s where Security On-Demand comes into the picture. With the ability to analyze all the data all the time, we can see trends that are occurring and analyze these indicators to help detect imminent threats in the early stages of an attack. The attackers continue to be ahead of the defenders and likely always will be. Security On-Demand is your solution.
YESTERDAY’S SOLUTIONS WON’T DETECT TOMORROW’S THREATS
Threats are evolving fast. SIEM solutions and other rules or signature-based products are already beaten by the attackers. Security On-Demand utilizes a 5th Generation platform to find the advanced threats. We invest heavily into R&D to advance patented technologies using behavioral analysis, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
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Many businesses are altering their normal business functions due to COVID-19, and the change to remote work adds more strain to network administrators and IT security teams everywhere. Cyber-criminals, nation-state actors, and others are more than willing to adapt their tactics, techniques, and procedures to exploit vulnerable organizations during this time of transition. In fact, malicious cyber actors have already made several attempts to use this pandemic to target organizations with malicious schemes.