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Businesses today must assume that cyber criminals can bypass preventive security measures. This ‘assume breach’ scenario requires mechanisms and systems capable of detecting and defending against ongoing attacks as quickly as possible – before any damage is done. A modular Threat Detection & Response solution is the right way to deal with increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.
An effective response to security incidents – the incident response – requires well-trained security professionals and the appropriate tools. SIEM/SOAR systems help analysts to detect and deal with security incidents appropriately and with a high degree of accuracy. Threat intelligence is added to this, which ensures that you are warned of new attacks in advance and can take appropriate security measures. This is a complex and expensive undertaking, particularly with the current shortage of security professionals on the labour market. Our modular TDR solutions can be sourced as a service, sparing you the challenge of setting up your own cyber defence system.
Why Threat Detection & Response with Swisscom?
Benefit from the experience and knowledge we have gained from TDR measures for our own infrastructure.
We channel the insights gained from protecting a range of customers and sectors directly into our TDR solutions.
We employ over 300 cybersecurity professionals, which gives us unique expertise in TDR.
Use the analysis platform and Incident Management as a service.
When it comes to incident response, you can rely on our security professionals, either as a service or on demand.
Detect new cyber risks, attack patterns and data leaks in the dark net at an early stage.
Win back visibility in the network and detect anomalies in the overall traffic.
Extended Detection and Response (XDR) from Swisscom protects your endpoints and cloud workloads from cyber attack.
Use our expertise to develop your own IT security strategy and infrastructure.
On average, it took 287 days to detect and defend against a data breach.
Source: IBM Security, Report into the Costs of a Data Breach 2021
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Threat Detection & Response
Cybercriminals increasingly attempt to bypass protection systems. Businesses must assume that attacks will be successful. Companies must therefore expand their ability to detect and defend against cyber attacks.
Prevention is no longer enough on its own
Still looking for answers? Our cybersecurity experts will be happy to advise you.