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Protection Against Cyberattacks With Network Detection and Response

Cyberattacks present a dangerous threat to organizations, and they are on the rise. In just the first half of 2022, there were 236.1 million ransomware attacks worldwide. This growing threat is aided by the lackluster security that organizations often have in place. Detecting a breach can take 287 days, which raises the risk of a successful attack. Another threat is dark space, which is any network infrastructure that doesn’t appear in the “golden store” of configuration data. 70% of networks are dark space, which allows attackers to bypass defenses and have free reign. These security can create a lot of issues for an organization, ranging from the breach of private information to the rising cost of security solutions. 

Therefore, it is essential for enterprises to add a Network Detection and Response (NDR) to their security strategy. NDRs are able to detect suspicious network traffic so that an organization can respond to a hidden threat. They can alert security teams to traffic anomalies and suspicious activities in real time  to improve response time. LiveAction has created a next-generation, AI-powered NDR platform called ThreatEye. ThreatEye boasts decreased response time, encryption policy compliance with an organization’s specific needs, and high perceived threat intelligence.

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Source: Live Action