mnemonic Security Report 2018
2017 was an eventful year in the field of security and that is an understatement, to say the least. Just think of the global WannaCry attack and the impact this has had on large parts of corporations, hospitals and other institutes. But the worst is certainly not behind us, as hackers are always looking for new ways to spread viruses. It’s time for some predictions. The crystal ball has been polished, the stars have been consulted, and we would like to present to you the mnemonic Security Report 2018.
In this annual report, mnemonic shares insights obtained by their Security Experts and the Security Operations Center.
More than ever, mnemonic is convinced of the value of and need for cooperation between security companies, government agencies, law enforcement and IT experts. Last year, mnemonic participated in various national and international initiatives. Currently, they have more than 200 collaborations with international Threat Intelligence partners. All these security initiatives are examples of security innovation and solving real world problems. It is proof of the positive effect of cooperation in the world of security.
Can we stop incidents from happening? The answer is no, but we can certainly be prepared for it!
The following topics are covered in the report:
- Security predictions for 2018 and beyond
- Insights of mnemonics SOC from last year
- What is the real value of information security?
- Protect your web applications in the cloud
- Take GDPR as an opportunity
Mnemonics’s Managed Detect & Response service, Argus, is the expert in the field of security. Through the Argus platform, machine learning and big data analytics are used to qualify events. The number of events to be investigated can be reduced drastically. After this initial filtering, they are manually analyzed by mnemonic’s security analysts.
They enrich the data with additional threat intelligence from Argus. A combination of human and automated processing then leaves a manageable number of incidents to be forwarded to your own SOC staff. This way they are only researching security events that really matter for your organization.