Regardless of how good your security is, there will be incidents.
It’s not the cards you’re dealt – it’s how you play the game.
Detection, analysis and response processes are critical to minimize business impact. Security intelligence requires advanced technology, skilled personnel, and efficient processes to provide organizations with the desired detection and response capabilities. Such capabilities can be in-house, sourced externally or a combination of both, but they are critical components of any security program.Managerad hotintelligens [dektektera] (-Managed Threat Intelligence)
Collecting data to build the picture
Detection technology must be applied at many levels to get an overview of security events in your environment. This includes endpoints, networks, security log data, user behavior, etc. In order to get the full picture and draw the right conclusions, advanced security intelligence and analysis technology is required. This includes contextualizing of security data, analysis based on machine learning and artificial intelligence, and security orchestration, automation and response.
With the appropriate detection and analysis technology in place, the “people and process” functions need to be designed and implemented to ensure that security incident and remediation works efficiently.
Orange Cyberdefense offers leading technology, advanced detection and response services, as well as custom advisory services, to help organizations maximize their security intelligence and security defense functions.
Fight smarter, not harder!
To get ahead of the storm, one has to know the weather. And for long-term planning, it is inevitable to get expert insight into climate changes.
Though the cyber threat landscape appears to be volatile, fast-changing and chaotic at first glance, it is driven by systemic forces. Reading these forces will result in better, more effective prevention, detection and response.
That is why intelligence is at the heart of everything we do.What experts recommend