In today’s modern world, threat prevention is no longer enough to reduce the risks posed on organisations by the threat landscape.
The adoption of digital transformation and the change from physical infrastructure to a combination of physical and logical infrastructure has highlighted historically disjointed security strategies that tried to solve ‘a problem’ rather than ‘the problem’. This has created a world that is ripe for cyber adversaries. Defence in Concert is no longer a nice to have but now a requirement for organisations looking to reduce risk and improve their security posture. Unfortunately the lack of experienced resources, a disjoined security infrastructure built of disparate point solutions, and too much manual process has created a challenge for organisations looking to advance their security analytics and operations.
In this research report, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) Senior Principal Analyst, Jon Oltisk, explores the importance of threat detection and responses (TDR) role in improving cybersecurity analytics and operations through the collection, processing, and analysing of internal and external data, and how TDR aids in identifying and investigating suspicious activities, enabling quicker remediation to prevent minor issues becoming major data breaches. Empowering organisations to adopt defense in concert strategies that reduce risks through improved detection and response.