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Last Updated on 27/01/2022 by Nidhi Khandelwal

Threat visibility is a topic that comes up frequently in cybersecurity. Seeing all of the dangers that are constantly bombarding the firm is beyond tough, especially with an expanding attack surface due to remote work transformation, cloud and SaaS computing, and the proliferation of personal devices. This is especially true for small and medium-sized businesses with tight security budgets and security staff.

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Organizations instead want wide threat visibility to cover present blind areas, as well as the capacity to aggregate, rank, and filter warnings based on their importance. As a result, security personnel will be able to know more while responding less, which is an inversion of the existing position.

While it may appear that having more technologies is better, the key is to choose the proper selection of technologies to address the most critical aspects of the IT environment. NGAV, EDR, NDR, UBA, Deception, SIEM, and SOAR are among the technologies.

When the technologies indicated above are used as stand-alone components, visibility gaps, alert overload, and threats are missed. To combine real-time signals from numerous points of telemetry on a single platform, look to newer XDR technologies.

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Lack of threat visibility is regrettably all too frequent in today’s businesses, particularly in SMEs. The problem isn’t with the SME’s scrambled security staff; it’s with the lack of inexpensive, well-designed vendor products to supply this critical capacity. The Cynet webinar will delve into emerging XDR technologies and show how they can finally help overcome the visibility gap in a simple, cost-efficient, and effective manner.

Nidhi Khandelwal
Nidhi Khandelwal
Nidhi is a tech news/research contributor at TheDigitalHacker. She publishes about techno geopolitics, privacy, and data breach.
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