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Compromised Credential Attacks Are Top Cause of Data Breaches

The use of stolen or compromised credentials remains the most common cause of a data breach. It was responsible for 19% of breaches studied by IBM in 2022. The reason? These attacks are relatively easy to plan and execute.

What Is Managed Detection and Response and Why Do You Need It?

The security of data and systems is one of the most important concerns in today' business world. If your data is at risk or compromised, it can cripple your operations along with the trust others have in your business.

5 Do's and Don'ts to Qualify Your Next MDR

(Updated April 2022) The success of your managed detection and response deployment hinges on asking the right questions.  Managed detection and response is a valuable element of your enterprise' security posture. With the right technologies in the hands of competent, highly trained analysts, you can significantly reduce security risks while paying a fraction of what […]

SolarWinds vs. Splunk: Comparing Two Leading SIEM Solutions

SolarWinds Log Event Manager and Splunk Enterprise Security are two of the top security information and event management tools. Both SIEM solutions differ but offer high-performing features that simplify threat detection and response within expansive networks. Here, we look at key differentiators between both options. To effectively compare both options, the following criteria were chosen […]

5 Questions to Ask an MSSP

An organization’s choice to seek a managed security services provider (MSSP) to guard over its IT infrastructure is usually based on three major reasons. According to Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for Managed Detection and Response Services, they are: To simplify the decision-making process while ensuring the final choice leads to a long-lasting business relationship, here […]

Top 5 Takeaways for NIST 800-53 Rev 5

Recapping a highlight from Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released an update to its master IT security guidance document, Special Publication 800-53. This update, "Rev 5," is the first major change to SP 800-53 in seven years, and a lot has changed in cybersecurity since 2013. The new […]

Google Chronicle vs Splunk

Alphabet’s announcement concerning the inclusion of big-data security into Chronicle led to a 5% drop in the value of Spunk’s shares and sparked a debate on which security information and event management (SIEM) tool supplies better options. As with many comparisons, a definite answer on which SIEM tool is best is one that comes with […]

SentinelOne: Security Integrations

SentinelOne is known for its AI-driven endpoint security protection platform (EPP). The lightweight agent integrates with leading security tools and platforms. Their team regularly announces partnerships and development with best-in-breed tools. API-First Approach SentinelOne was created with an API-first approach, made to interface seamlessly with leading security tools. Their current automation integrations include SonicWall, Fortinet, […]

Leveraging the Power of Exabeam

Organizations of all sizes are dealing with more data than ever before, and as Castra learns about increasingly complex attack vectors, it is worth noting that traditional SIEM may no longer fit the purpose of the modern security program.

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