What vectors are the world’s top cyber threats attacking from? And how can you stop them cold?
Gain a better understanding of how the cybersecurity landscape looks today with detailed findings based on real-world security research.
Open to the future
There's an outdated assumption that keeping security controls and processes covert will make products and data more secure against cyber threats. In actuality, an open approach to security is the future to reducing risk. Here's why…
Unify your security data
All too often, security data is dropped, siloed, or discarded too soon for teams to harness contextual insights. Rethink your approach to data to support your security strategy.
A holistic approach to cybersecurity
By unifying the capabilities of SIEM, endpoint security, and cloud security, teams fuel advanced analytics with years of data from across the attack surface. The result? Eliminated data silos, automated protection, and a high-visibility SOC armed to stop threats quickly and at cloud scale.
One step ahead of cyber threats
The threat researchers at Elastic Security Labs analyze broad sets of telemetry data to glean valuable insights and keep our users informed of real-world threat phenomena and trends. The team then builds the appropriate detection rules and ML jobs, which are automatically integrated into the Elastic Security solution.
"We have a much better graphical understanding of attacks. And we can show non-technical C-Suite executives a three-dimensional view of how an attack went through their network."
Matthew Fabri, Managing Director, OpSys
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