How Network Detection and Response Systems Solve Security Risks
Did you know that 79% of organizations are struggling to detect threats due to the increased use of encryption? Cyberattacks are on the rise with 236.1 million ransomware attacks occurring worldwide just in the first six months of 2022 alone. Hackers are getting smarter, and traditional cybersecurity approaches are failing at recognizing malware in a timely manner.
So why are security measures failing? The biggest factor is that dwell time between stealth intrusions and attacks of malware increased 36%, leaving a narrow window to detect and stop intrusions. 72% of attackers also destroy their logs which can cover their tracks and make it much more difficult to detect them. Hackers are also able to use network dark space to encrypt their activity which leaves IT professionals in the dark regarding potential threats. In fact, 59% of IT professionals say they cannot secure against encrypted traffic threats.
Network Detection and Response (NDR) systems detect suspicious network traffic that might be missed, allowing IT teams to respond better to hidden threats. NDR systems monitor traffic flows across the entire network and provide real-time alerts to ensure nothing is missed and all incidents are recorded and responded to.
NDR systems can be the solution to the problem of encrypted cyberattacks. Learn more about the benefits of these systems in the infographic below: