Mind>Fill The Gap

It has become increasingly challenging for many organizations to identify malicious activity within their network. Persistent cybercriminals use evasive technics, weaponize Artificial Intelligence (AI), and exploit fragmented defenses. As a result, the actor's window of opportunity continuously expands, threat volume increases and produces a constant need for operational awareness. On the other end, countering these threats, organizations commonly use various siloed point products, cluttering the flow of information, and making it challenging to navigate through the pile of alerts. The difficulties extend, as frequently these businesses lack the skilled cybersecurity staff to build, maintain, and operationalize a 24x7x365 security operations center (SOC). Yet, attacks can happen at any moment. This is why it is vital to speedily detect, respond, and recover from security incidents. Without the ability to have these critical components in place, threats fade from view, and breaches go without an interception until it is too late. In attempts to address concerns, mid-sized enterprises tend to fill the security operations gap with managed security service providers (MSSPs), and large enterprises and service providers build their own security operations centers. But, these options still prevent the gain of context needed from the strategic vendors being leveraged in the enterprise's network. Skillset & staff shortages, cost efficacy, slow MTTR, errors, and incidents – myriad sources place pressure on today’s enterprises to get, retain, and “maintain” the talent that they need. Unfilled cybersecurity jobs worldwide grew 350% between 2013 and 2021, … to 3.5 million, and in 5 years, that number is expected to be the same* If you have the same concerns and are considering your options, join us to review these Fortinet service options and example use cases that demonstrate their benefits.