Blocking more threats outright. his is your first line of defense. Stop malware before it even reaches your network or endpoints, so that you can spend less time remediating infections later.
You can’t rely on prevention alone. The industry average for detecting a threat on a network is 100 days. See what is happening on your network, endpoints, and cloud. You can’t fix what you don’t have knowledge of. Once threats breach your initial defenses, the next step is to mitigate them, and fast. The goal is to minimize the time between detection and response.
Reduce the burden on teams while accelerating the time to detect and respond to threats. An integrated threat defense starts with products that have some automation in their own right, but that also work seamlessly together for automated security across the integrated architecture. Automation can be your force multiplier, helping make IT more effective and productive. You need a force multiplier that can quickly, easily, and intelligently take action across all of your security solutions, so that you can then focus efforts where they are needed most.
Your institution should look not only at its own data but also at data from other trusted sources and open source communities, to understand attacks from all angles.