Cybersecurity 101

Explore the fundamentals of cybersecurity

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) 101

XDR looks across multiple streams of data to provide a clear overview and analysis of all security layers.

Endpoint Protection Platforms (EPP) 101

EPP technology includes anti-virus protection, data encryption, intrusion prevention, data loss prevention, and more.

MITRE ATT&CK Framework 101

The MITRE ATT&CK Framework helps cybersecurity professionals better understand adversary behavior to protect against attacks.

Ransomware 101

Learn more about ransomware, how it's deployed, and how to prevent becoming a victim of a ransomware attack yourself.

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) 101

Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) can be used to instantly remediate by killing processes, quarantining files, removing persistence mechanisms, preventing file execution and isolating machines.

Next-Generation AntiVirus (NGAV) 101

Traditional antivirus can't keep pace with today's highly sophisticated, 0-day attacks. NGAV solutions are rising to meet the challenge.

Threat Hunting 101

Learn more about Threat Hunting and how organizations can transform their cybersecurity methods from reactive to proactive.

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) 101

Learn more about MDR (Managed Detection and Response) and how it extends your security team's capabilities to detect and prevent malicious operations.

Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) 101

APT attacks are sophisticated in planning and operation, but they often use relatively unsophisticated means of intrusion, like social engineering, email phishing, or zero-day viruses.

Malware 101

Gain a better understanding of what malware is, what it isn't, and how you can prevent and detect its presence in your environment before the crown jewels are compromised.

Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP) 101

Learn how cloud workload protection platforms secure across multiple cloud environments.

Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR) 101

Digital evidence is often involved in crimes, and every serious security incident or data breach requires a post-mortem investigation that only DFIR personnel can provide.

What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust remains a misunderstood term in security. Learn more about Zero Trust and what it means for your organization.

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