Network Detection and Response: the Future of Cybersecurity

Last Updated:
February 28, 2023
Brian Wallace

Cyberattacks can cripple businesses and are becoming more and more frequent around the world. Our traditional security approaches aren't holding up anymore against security threats, leaving millions open to attack. There were over 230 million ransomware attacks worldwide in just the first half of 2022 and that number is still climbing. Detecting a security breach is getting harder as intruders will lay dormant so as to not raise suspicion while our security systems go right on by. Attackers also destroy logs, covering their tracks and making them harder to catch. 


Dark space in network infrastructure, such as firewalls, routers, endpoints, and hosts leave holes in security that can be exploited. Over 70% of networks are dark space, letting attackers hop over defenses and have free reign. IT professionals often aren't confident with the systems they work with. Most don't have awareness of every device communication on their network. Nearly 60% of IT professionals can't secure against encrypted traffic threats. This is caused by the lack of information professionals have access to in the networks they work with and the lack of tools they have to detect, intercept, and analyze threats. With over 90% of malware coming from encrypted connections, and over 90% of all internet traffic being encrypted, keeping your network secure has never been more difficult. 

Learn more about how network detection and response solutions can automatically catch malware using AI before they can cause any damage here.

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