IT security is more than just prevention
IT systems are increasingly complex, and numerous daily changes force us to rethink how to approach risk management cost-effectively. The typical cost of security incidents is now around €2-3 million, and the average time attackers spend inside a compromised organization before detection is 200 days.
To combat this trend, incident detection and response teams are core to modern IT risk management. Organizations need to either internally build these capabilities or outsource them.
Internal SOCs can be costly and cybersecurity expertise difficult to find. This makes quality outsourced managed detection and response (MDR) services extremely attractive to organizations that wish to mature their cybersecurity and risk management.
To address this, Conscia operates an advanced Managed Detection and Response service – the Conscia SOC. This is partly or fully managed by dedicated Conscia experts and the Conscia SOC platform.
Stopping cybercrime from stopping business
244 days … How did we not discover this?!
Every year, cybercriminals are forcing organisations around the world to realize the limits of prevention technology. Today, a sufficient cybercrime defence must include incident detection and response capabilities, along with investments in increasing security maturity. But, how to enable that? How to provide immediate response to digital attacks?
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For organisations aiming to stay ahead, choosing the right Data Center and Multicloud solutions is crucial.
Cybersecurity is not only about avoiding risk. If done right, a security setup also helps the business stay ahead.
The network touches basically everything in any company. This makes it an ideal platform for improving security as well as business efficiency.
In the age of mobile and cloud, information should be available to employees on any device and in any place.
The Conscia IoT Device Portal will help ease the configuration and onboarding of new devices in the network.