Why F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR)?

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Katriina_MKatriina_M Posts: 445 F-Secure Employee

F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) has been designed to provide advanced threat protection for today's rapidly evolving security landscape. Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) and cyber threats pose a large threat to companies carrying costly repercussions.

According to a study carried out by Gartner Research * in 2017, it takes on average 100 days to detect a breach. Organizations can be breached in many ways, and attacks are becoming increasingly more difficult to recognize using traditional protection methods.

Effective pre-compromise threat prevention is the cornerstone of cyber security, but you can’t rely on preventive measures alone to keep your business and its data safe from Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) used in targeted attacks. The nature of advanced attacks are becoming fileless and may not even involve desktops or laptops. Attackers can gain access to a user's computer and stay undetected for longer by behaving as a standard user. They take advantage of tools already installed on a user's computer or run simple scripts and shellcode in the memory, such as Windows Power Shell.

F-Secure Rapid Detection & Response (RDR) service gives you contextual visibility into advanced threats, enabling you to detect and respond to targeted attacks with automation and expert guidance.

When a breach occurs, you need more than just an alert. In order to plan the best response possible, you need to understand the specifics of the attack. Our Broad Context Detection™ mechanisms, together with certified service providers and built-in automation, will stop the breach and give you actionable advice on other remediation actions.

* https://www.gartner.com/smarterwithgartner/the-gartner-it-security-approach-for-the-digital-age/

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