Applying Defence in Depth to Detection & Response – 7 Best Practices
Customers are getting more demanding. As they cry out for quicker, easier access to services, digital transformation will continue to skyrocket.
However, as the race continues, cybercriminals will gain more opportunities to exploit weaknesses in software and applications.
This has led many organisations to take a proactive rather than reactive approach to breach response, and detecting active compromises inside IT environments, as part of an incident detection and response (IDR) program is critical for effective cyber security.
This Whitepaper looks in more detail at the 7 best practices for applying defence in depth to detection and response.