As sophisticated cyber threats increase in volume and effectiveness, organizations across all industries are shifting from a threat-preventive approach to a cyber defense model.
The recent acceleration of digitalization has made organizations re-evaluate their cybersecurity preparedness. In today's hybrid world, we must fortify data with modern surveillance techniques that promote resilience and business continuity. More than ever, organizations must invest in a robust security infrastructure to combat cybercrimes.
Ransomware groups are becoming more sophisticated and are increasing in volume, with 35 vulnerabilities associated with ransomware during the first three-quarters of 2022 and 159 trending aggressive exploits. To make matters worse, a lack of adequate data and threat context makes it difficult for organizations to effectively tweak their systems and effectively mitigate vulnerability exposure.
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