It’s no secret that ransomware is one of the most pressing cyber threats of our day. What worse, ransomware gangs have increased their attacks on a range of vulnerable industries, with disruptions to business operations, million-dollar ransom demands, data exfiltration, and extortion. With Malwarebytes Endpoint Detection and Response, however, you can fight—and defeat—advanced ransomware that…

XDR (Extended Detection and Response) technology has already become one of the most conspicuous in the cybersecurity market. Its main advantage is its comprehensive approach to countering sophisticated cyberattacks. This is achieved by maximizing control over potential entry points and through the use of top-of-the-line tools for incident detection, threat hunting, investigation and response within…

I’ve discussed before how Security Operations Centers (SOCs) are now becoming detection and response organizations. But like most transitions, that shift doesn’t happen overnight. Three different areas need to be addressed – data, systems and people. Many organizations today deal with data that is noisy and unstructured, decentralized without prioritization, and managed with spreadsheets. Their…

Managed security services are undergoing a timely and significant transformation, armed with new hyperscalable technology stacks, hybrid enterprise and cross-cloud protection complexities, and a demand to evolve from 24/7 eyes-on-glass into hands-on customer-integrated early warning and response. If it wasn’t a tired industry cliché we’d probably be adding “next-generation” or NG prefixes to many of…