Threat Surveillance (24/7 Monitoring)
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No. of mini-lessons 4
Resources Takeaway Tasks
The modern office is becoming increasingly cloud-based and digitalized. This has some obvious benefits, such as cost and space savings. But it does open up some other issues, particularly when it comes to cyber threats. Criminals are evolving the ways in which they can take advantage of new vulnerabilities in systems. So, to be secure, you’ve got to be proactive.
Preventative security tech, such as firewalls and antivirus software, are useful tools that certainly help to protect against obvious threats. But what about more sophisticated threats that can evade these controls? Threat surveillance must be in place 24/7 to help comply with regulatory requirements, detect a broader range of threats, and reduce threat response time. This course can help you get started.
How to identify potential threats to be monitored
How to adopt ways to best protect your systems
How to recognize the most vulnerable networks for 24/7 monitoring
Why your teams need this course
For IT, operations, or security managers, or even business leaders, it’s crucial to continuously monitor cybersecurity threats. Being part of a larger cybersecurity plan, monitoring and threat surveillance can help your organization stop attacks in their infancy before they get the chance to cause damage and disruption.
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