The Rise of Network Detection and Response

Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly more common, with 236.1 million attacks in the first half of 2022 alone. Not only is there a higher volume of attacks, but there is also a use of encrypted web traffic that makes it extremely difficult to track threats. Encrypted traffic makes up 90% of web traffic, leading to challenges securing sensitive data and increasing the cost of security solutions.

Network Detection and Response (NDR) platforms are useful to detect suspicious network activity and hidden threats much more effectively. NDRs are able to track malicious behaviors to a specific IP address and use forensic analysis to see how the threat progressed.


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