Hackers could already have a foothold in your network
It is vital to be aware of when your organisation is under attack. With government research suggesting that a third of all businesses in the UK experienced one or more cyber security breaches in the last year, building the ability to improve defences and obtain visibility of malicious activity before it results in damage and disruption is now more important than ever.
Unfortunately, by the time most organisations first become aware that they have suffered a data breach, it is already too late. With attackers increasingly covert in their approach, critical assets and intellectual property may already have been compromised.
The benefits of Managed Detection and Response
With no silver bullet for preventing 100% of all attacks, mitigating your organisation’s cyber security risk requires the ability to identify attacks as soon as they occur.
ThreatDetect™, Redscan’s Managed Detection and Response service, supplies the skilled security experts, cutting-edge technology and up-to-the-minute industry intelligence needed to proactively hunt for and shut down cyber-attacks, 24/7.
Through continuous network and endpoint monitoring, deep threat investigation and the provision of clear, actionable remediation advice, ThreatDetect takes the strain off in-house teams and helps organisations to quickly level up their cyber security maturity.
Address the weaknesses in your cyber security
To reduce the risk of your organisation being compromised by criminal attackers, frequent assessment and appraisal of systems is needed to highlight vulnerabilities that could be routinely exploited.
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