Managing a breached or ‘dirty’ network
In the wake of the SolarWinds hack, our experts look at how organisations should reshape their cybersecurity to maximise defences.
The SolarWinds incident that became apparent in December 2020 has had a huge impact across the entire technology ecosystem – and it continues to unfold.
Now no one can assume they haven’t been breached, how do you secure your organisation and data on a ‘dirty’ network? How do you put strategies and technologies in place to cope with the fact that you may have already been successfully attacked, and just not know it yet?
You need to ‘assume breach’ – expecting a sophisticated and motivated attacker will find a way into your estate and manage to stay hidden for some time.
Download our whitepaper to investigate how the following six recommendations can help you ‘assume breach’:
Know the personas on your estate
Understand who’s on your network, coupled with high confidence audit, reporting and alerting.
Understand your assets
Know what you have, what is vulnerable, and resolve the risks.
Prioritise endpoint solutions
Use Endpoint Detection and Response solutions to bring together next-gen antivirus, threat hunting and threat intelligence on the endpoint device.
Make it difficult to move between zones and workloads
Go beyond flat with a Zero Trust model using network segmentation and micro-segmentation.
Take a systemic approach to detecting threats
Use SIEM and audit to detect compromises in your estate quickly.
Use your human firewall and give your analysts room to explore.
Download our paper to find out more.
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