Security orchestration is a regulator that makes sure security solutions, often from different vendors, work well together to automate response and keep organizations safe.
As with traditional warfare, beating back attacks and winning depends on having a plan. Here are several incident respond models security researchers have developed for responding to threats.
A business’s reputation takes years to build. With the current climate of data breaches, destroying it can take only seconds. What can businesses do to protect their brands from fallout following a cybersecurity incident? We answer these questions and more.
An incident response plan does not need to be overly complicated. However, having a solid and tested framework for the program is key in the ability of an organization to respond to and survive a security incident.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) going into effect this May, many organizations need to have a robust incident response program to ensure the safety of their customers’ and employees’ data. Here’s part one of our guidelines.
Introducing Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection, our latest endpoint security solution for business. This latest release unifies a number of technologies onto a single agent on the endpoint and adds a new machine learning detection engine into our layered approach to protection.
We recently announced Malwarebytes Incident Response, a centralized threat detection and remediation platform that helps businesses accelerate their response workflows for these types of threats while reducing attack dwell times. Malwarebytes Incident Response scans networked endpoints for advanced threats including malware, PUPs, and adware, and removes them.
Today, I am happy to announce Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection, its equivalent for businesses. Malwarebytes Endpoint Protection is an advanced threat prevention solution for Windows endpoints featuring a cloud-based management console, delivered through a unified endpoint agent.