Network Response and Detection Systems: Solving Network Security Problems
Did you know that 236.1 million ransomware attacks occurred worldwide in the first half of 2022 alone? Traditional security approaches are not as effective in protecting against these attacks due to the increase of encrypted attacks and new strategies for ransomware attacks. In order to increase the overall security of online networks, many organizations are implementing Network and Detection Response (NDR) Systems.
NDR systems work by monitoring network traffic across the entire network, detecting threats from all sides to avoid any gaps in security. These systems are able to detect malware breaches that are encrypted without having to decrypt it, something that legacy systems cannot do. NDR systems can also track malicious activity to specific IP addresses to prevent future or repeat attacks. When attacks do occur, IT support teams are provided with real time updates in order to efficiently handle any potential threats. These streamlined processes not only relieve pressure off IT teams, but ensure that network security is as strong as possible.
Organizations are utilizing NDR systems over traditional security approaches due to their higher rates of success in protecting online networks. To learn more about how these systems work, and how to implement them to best protect your own network, take a look at the infographic below: