Cybersecurity professionals are drowning in alerts as well as are sometimes unaware of the state of their continuously changing assets. These results in a lack of control in defending their infrastructure as they digitally transform their business.
Fremont, CA: Accedian, a leader in performance analytics and end-user experience solutions, and UnderDefense, a leader in supporting organizations across the world to plan, manage, and run successful security operations, has declared the launch of a suite of cyber resiliency services, including 24/7 monitoring of network traffic, to support C-suites, boards, as well as cybersecurity professionals as they assess their cybersecurity and risk management investments. In the face of today's continuous and ever-increasing cyber-attacks, the partnership will offer customers unrivaled end-to-end hybrid enterprise and cloud infrastructure observability, responsive action to incidents, continuous monitoring of network traffic for insights into anomalous behavior, and cyber resiliency consulting.
Cybersecurity professionals are drowning in alerts as well as are sometimes unaware of the state of their continuously changing assets. These results in a lack of control in defending their infrastructure as they digitally transform their business. Accedian and UnderDefense's partnership provides what customers now expect and demand: the deployment of a customized cyber resiliency readiness program, including traffic monitoring services, that enables both comprehensive insights as well as an immediate action for remediation.
With attackers continuously adapting to changing security defenses, a comprehensive cyber resiliency framework gives businesses end-to-end visibility, enabling them to adjust dynamically in the face of potential breaches and new security threats. A layered cybersecurity prevention model is required to reinforce the barriers to accessing critical business assets, as well as Accedian's network traffic analysis is an integral layer.
"Companies have invested in tools, but have underinvested in security integration, testing, training, and automation within IT ecosystems for comprehensive cyber resiliency during the last twenty-four months. Instead they have rushed to deploy cloud applications across private, hybrid, multi-operator and multi-cloud infrastructure, leaving their security posture exposed," stated Nazar Tymoshyk, CEO and Founder of UnderDefense. "Accedian and UnderDefense have invested heavily to bring greater speed of reaction, discovery, and threat mitigation to both give control back to CIOs and to provide our clients with a dynamically-adaptive Detection & Response, IR, and Ethical Hacking framework. You can invest in solutions like MDR, a SIEM, or a SOC, but you're buying technology without context if you don't address cyber resiliency through a business continuity lens and incorporate network based threat analytics."