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Better Manage Risk to Protect Your Blindspots

Cybercriminals, nation-states, and malicious insiders are actively targeting organizations for financial gain, to steal secrets and intellectual property, disrupt operations, and harvest personally identifiable information.

ebook offerKeeping pace requires a deeper understanding of the risk in your environment — behavioral context — about every user and asset. This eBook is a guide for organizations looking to better understand their risk, improve their security detection and response capabilities, and level the playing field against sophisticated adversaries.

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  • How attacks like ransomware and compromised credentials evade most tools
  • The blindspots you need to protect against
  • Why legacy SIEM solutions fail

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