Centralized visibility and operations control is essential for an effective cybersecurity program in a highly distributed environment such as a military network. Learn how Cortex Xpanse provides that visibility and control for Internet Operations Management.
This paper will reveal the 10 machine learning secrets you need to know to stop cyberattacks, including five foundational requirements and five ways machine learning can be applied to detect and prevent threats.
Effective detection and response require a first-class detection technology, enhanced by hunting teams, enabling proactive threat assessments and rapid breach containment. Telefónica Managed Detection and Response service helps modern organizations extend their detection and response operations by allowing them to offload the efforts of 24x7 alert monitoring, proactive threat hunting, and incident response, backed up by Telefónica Tech’s fixed technology stack.
Bad actors are constantly looking for ways to attack organizations. Organizations need to understand their attack surface, all the ways their infrastructure is exposed and vulnerable to attack and prioritize activities that can help make that attack surface smaller. In this Cortex® Xpanse™ white paper, we’ll explore what makes up an organization’s attack surface, major risk drivers and critical exposures, and how to regain control of your attack surface. This data enables you to know your internet—what you own, where it resides, and what risks you have. Download to learn more.
The continued progress of LTE toward 5G wireless telecommunications enables new deployment opportunities, such as smart cities and autonomous vehicles. The use of radio access network (RAN) shared infrastructure makes this progress more economically attractive. However, it also presents challenges for confidently securing mobile operations. Machine learning-powered 5G-native security provides the prevention-oriented security posture needed.
There are no flawless software systems or applications. When flaws result in security vulnerabilities, threat actors exploit them to compromise those systems and applications and, by extension, the endpoints on which they reside. Although software vendors issue patches to remediate flaws, many financial institutions do not apply all available patches to their production environments. In addition, when systems or applications reach their end-of-support, they no longer receive vulnerability patches from their vendors. These two scenarios describe the conditions under which a system or application is considered "unpatchable." When patching or upgrading is no longer feasible, security professionals need to identify alternative ways to secure the unpatchable systems and applications to support their ongoing use in the environment.
In 2020, AV-TEST test identified over 1.1 billion malware samples, with 2021 already surpassing that
Palo Alto Networks threat intelligence team, Unit 42, monitored a total of 4,120 newly released
severe vulnerabilities between May 2021 and July 2021, as well as a total of 2.29 million malicious sessions.
Download the Cortex Xpanse and Enterprise Strategy Group report, “Attack Surface Management Buyer’s Guide: Things to Consider” to learn why attack surface management (ASM) solutions are critical to identifying vulnerable exposed assets that attackers might use as part of a cyber-attack and taking appropriate remediation actions to address these vulnerabilities.