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MDR worker coding on laptop with two monitors to fight cyber threats.


As the Threat Landscape Shifts, Modern MDR Must Go Beyond Legacy Solutions

Cyber threats have changed substantially over the years. The types of threats are different, with ransomware and supply chain attacks becoming increasingly prevalent compared to years ago. Cybercriminals and nation-state actors are more sophisticated and motivated than ever. Every company, large or small, across all industries, finds itself with a target on its back. Sometimes


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Making the Right Decision: How To Choose an MDR Provider

Companies continue to face an increase in data breaches from cybercriminals. In the first quarter of 2022, publicly reported breaches were up 14% over 2021, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center. That’s impressive considering that the number of data breaches in 2021, up 68%, was the highest annual total ever reported.  As the number


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Critical Diagnosis: What You Can Do to Mitigate the Scourge of Microsoft CVE-2022-30190

Well, like clockwork, another critical vulnerability has been found in a widely-used product.  This time it comes in the form of a zero-day code execution exploit involving the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (“ms-msdt”) protocol within Microsoft Office. This zero-day was discovered and reported on May 27th by security researcher “nao_sec”, but was discovered to have


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MDR: How It Compares and How To Choose a Provider

Protecting your organization from cyberattacks requires a comprehensive security solution. You need the right people, processes, and technology to prevent, detect, and respond to threats. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it alone. A managed detection and response (MDR) provider can work with your in-house cybersecurity team and existing technology or a standalone solution to


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Dwell Time Can Impact the Outcome of a Cyberattack

Cyberattackers are stealthy and patient, often operating unnoticed in a network for months on end. A long dwell time — the time from when cyberattackers enter an environment until they are removed — gives these bad actors more opportunity to access sensitive electronic protected health information (ePHI), infiltrate financial accounts, and introduce malicious malware. The


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