Federal agencies are being asked to detect and respond to threats like never before. Yet as cyber attacks continue to increase in both scale and sophistication, being prepared means being more proactive.
It’s not about having more tools. It’s about using the tools you have to become more effective and looking at innovative approaches to drive efficiencies. Approaches like Advanced Threat Hunting will help you go on the offensive to proactively identify malicious activities to get ahead of threats and get ahead with your mission.
It’s no longer enough to react to cyber hacks after they’ve happened. Today’s most effective cybersecurity operations focus on proactively identifying threats, and automation can help them achieve that goal. Booz Allen senior associate, Kelly Rozumalski, explains how machine intelligence will play a crucial role for cyber defense in 2018, by freeing up time for experts to tackle the more complex problems within their organizations.
To minimize the impact of cyber breeches, reducing time to detect and respond to hacks is crucial. Organizations can reduce their attack surface by achieving 100% visibility into their assets and vulnerabilities. Booz Allen Principal Marcie Nagel describes the steps an organization can take to better prepare for modern cyber threats.
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