Imperative: Detect Data Breaches More QuicklyWatch for These Clues, Says Cyber adAPT's Paul White
So many organizations get breached, and remain breached, but don't find out until months or even years later, says Paul White of cybersecurity firm Cyber adAPT. To accelerate the pace of breach detection, Larson says firms must put in place plans for rapid breach detection, as well as watch network traffic to better baseline their operations, spot signs that they may have been breach and respond more rapidly.
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In a video interview at the recent Infosecurity Europe conference in London, Larson discusses:
- The undiagnosed breach problem;
- Techniques for detecting breaches more quickly;
- Unusual clues that may denote that a data breach has occured.
White is senior vice president for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, as well as chief marketing officer, at Cyber adAPT. He's previously worked as a chief sales and marketing officer and as chief digital officer at several London-based firms.