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  • SOC-as-a-Service versus DIY SOC

    Security operation centers are very useful in monitoring, detecting and responding to cyberthreats. However, they can be very expensive to build and extremely difficult to manage. Download this Frost and Sullivan report to evaluate the costs and features of SOC-as-a-service and DIY SOC to make an informed decision for your organization.

  • Cybersecurity Essentials Every Law Firm Needs

    Organizations like law firms possess vast quantities of highly sensitive information that puts them at the top of hackers' hit lists. Learn about 5 essential security capabilities for protecting company and client data that every firm must have.

  • Definitive Guide to SOC-as-a-Service

    Explore this e-book for insights on cyberattacks and threats, security operation centers as-a-service, and much more.

  • How to Protect Against the Top 5 Cyberattacks

    Find out why many existing security practices struggle to keep up with 5 of the leading cyberthreats, and learn about the important roles played by a security operations center and customized threat detection in maintaining compliance.

  • Combating the Top Five Cyberattacks with Managed Detection and Response

    This white paper walks through the top 5 security attacks, by providing insights into tactics, techniques and procedures commonly used by threat actors. Then, find out how a managed detection and response strategy can take your security protocols to the next level and protect your organization.

  • How Healthcare Organizations Can Combat Security Threats

    Learn how your organization can meet compliance obligations while maintaining an optimal security strategy that detects and responds to advanced security threats.

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