Online or on the streets one thing is certain, crime is on the rise. And, yesterday’s tools are no match for today’s offenders.
The modern world is hyper-digital, creating more opportunities for cyber threats, attacks and exploitation. On-premises, in the cloud and over mobile devices, the methods are becoming increasingly sophisticated and harder to detect.
To develop cyber resilience and build a safer world, organizations need innovative new tools, cyber threat intelligence and capabilities to find the truth in data for a single source of information.
Security teams and law enforcement are struggling to keep pace with rapidly evolving and emerging threats in expanding digital ecosystems with increasing blind spots for evidence to hide
54% of workers want to continue working remotely after the pandemic1, creating a growing opportunity for cybercriminals to use social engineering to obtain sensitive and private information. Organizations need cyber threat intelligence to increase awareness of evolving tactics and meet the new social engineering challenges that come with modern work.
55% of organizations identify privileged users as their greatest insider threat risk2, highlighting the need for strong internal controls. Organizations require total network visibility and modern forensic investigation tools to protect critical data from the dark web and insider risk.
35% of enterprises reported an increase in cyber attacks in 20213, driving a need for identity and authentication management. To protect critical business information, organizations need to authenticate all users, applications and devices with a Zero Trust model.
Reports of potential incidents of online child sexual exploitation increased 35% from 2020 to 20214, showing a growing need for thorough digital investigations. Law enforcement must quickly and defensibly find and process all digital evidence to bring more criminals to justice and create a safer world.
Take back control from bad actors with the tools and resources to address current cyber security needs and emerging risks.
Cyber threats can dwell in business systems for more than 200 days5, doing untold damage to the enterprise, its customers and its reputation. Leverage continuous threat hunting and monitoring to catch threats in minutes and manage them before they escalate.
The pivot to remote work is expanding. The result is new attack surfaces, giving rise to new ransomware, rampant state-sponsored hacking and maturing online marketplaces for illicit material. Prevent and protect against blind spots across digital attack surfaces to ensure information security.
With evolving threat vectors, malicious actors only have to get lucky once to breach defenses. That means, in addition to prevention and protection, it is equally important for organizations to have a plan to minimize business disruption in the event of an unplanned disaster. Recover quickly and reduce business risk by safeguarding the most valuable business asset—data.
Law enforcement officers are struggling with a sharp increase in crimes, such as child exploitation, and the number of digital devices investigated for evidence. The workload is heavier, yet resources remain constant. Leverage thorough, defensible capabilities to image, triage, collect, analyze and report on evidence and resolve cases faster.
Learn how other leading organizations have overcome cyber security and criminal investigation challenges
 Pew Research Center, How the Coronavirus Outbreak Has – and Hasn’t – Changed the Way Americans Work, Dec. 2020
 Cybersecurity Insiders, Insider Threat Report
 2018ISACA, State of Cybersecurity 2021
 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Cyber Tipline 2021 Report, Mar. 2022
 SANS, Incident Response (IR) Survey: It’s Time for a Change, Aug. 2019