Ensuring the cybersecurity of your internal environment when you have a small security team is challenging. If you want to maintain the highest security level with a small team, your strategy has to be ‘do more with less,’ and with the right technology, you can leverage your team and protect your internal environment from breaches.
The “buyer’s guide for securing the internal environment with a small cybersecurity team,” includes a checklist of the most important things to consider when creating or re-evaluating the cybersecurity of your internal environment to ensure your team has it all covered.
The buyer’s guide is designed to help you choose the solution that will ensure you get complete visibility, accurately detect and mitigate threats, and make the most of your existing resources and skills. There are three key aspects that stand out when looking for the best way to protect your internal environment with a small team—visibility, automation, and ease of use.
If you can’t see it, you can’t keep it secure
With the attack surface continually growing and your endpoints and employees being spread across multiple locations, visibility of your entire internal environment is critical for its protection. How do you ensure visibility?
1. Asset discovery – make sure you know about all your endpoints so that you can keep them monitored and updated.
2. Advanced endpoint security – ‘understand’ the endpoint’s behavior in order to detect anomalies and stealthy attacks.
3. Natively integrated advanced technologies including NGAV, EDR, NTA/NDR, UEBA, and Deception Technology, to ensure coverage and timely detection.
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