Gartner has an eye-opening prediction: Through 2025, the vast majority of cloud security failures will be on the customer end. For many public cloud users, the shared responsibility model means an immense amount of pressure to have the right tools for detecting and responding to threats—even when resources are low.
Cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) bridges some important blind spots, making it a necessary tool for organizations who need both security and scalability. (ISC)² has launched a three-part webinar series on how adding cloud-native NDR can help organizations ensure the security of their cloud environments.
By tuning into this on-demand series, you'll learn why network data is the foundational source of truth, gain insight into what the shared responsibility model means for you, and find out how solutions, like ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360, can integrate with CrowdStrike Falcon to provide total north-south and east-west visibility.
See the details and view the series on demand below. Viewers can earn one CPE credit per webinar.
Learn how virtual taps from AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud enable NDR solutions to help secure cloud environments with agentless and reliable monitoring and threat detection capabilities. Invisible to attackers, NDR solutions sit out of band and analyze network traffic streams to provide crucial information about devices, users, and potential attacks that other security tools simply can't. Best-of-breed NDR also augments security personnel visibility into SSL/TLS 1.3 encrypted traffic and gives ML-driven threat detection that surfaces only the alerts that matter while providing intelligence to remediation and forensic workflows.
Are you thinking about cloud shared responsibility the wrong way? The shared responsibility model is the 'last mile' that no one talks about, muddled by a gray area between where the cloud service provider responsibility ends and customer responsibility begins. Cloud providers offer log-based event and configuration monitoring tools but real-time detection and response requires the richness and authority of full packet data. The cloud's event-driven-automation paradigm presents new opportunities to streamline the deployment and use of an NDR system. NDR in the cloud can ingest and analyze data at scale to contain attacks before they become headline-grabbing breaches. Ensure that your shared responsibility model is being built with SecOps in mind.
Learn how the integration of ExtraHop Reveal(x) 360 and CrowdStrike Falcon helps security teams detect and respond instantly to sophisticated attacks including network privilege escalation, lateral movement, suspicious VPN connections, data exfiltration, and more. The joint solution provides powerful endpoint security and automated remediation of threats while discovering vulnerabilities arising due to the remote workforce shift and increased hybrid cloud adoption.