Beyond Prevention: Boosting Detection To Stop Active Attacks


Prevention is better than a cure – except when prevention has failed, and a cyberattack is in progress. Being able to deal with an attack rapidly and effectively, while it is happening, is essential to minimize the damage.

Organizations have frequently focused their security investments on prevention, but the “shift right” towards detection and response is now well underway. Today’s sophisticated attack campaigns use a combination of automated techniques to get their foot in the door, along with human-led tactics to perpetuate a targeted attack against an organization. The attack path typically follows predictable patterns and stages, offering detectable traces of the attacker’s actions and thus an opportunity to disrupt the campaign. Watch this webinar to get guidance on how the Security Operations Center (SOC) can improve its threat-detection capabilities. We will examine several use cases to show how cybersecurity professionals have been able to disrupt active attacks by tracking down early indicators of compromise.


Global cybersecurity professionals in enterprise verticals (healthcare, technology, financial services, energy/utilities, telecommunications). These include people who will apply the techniques and people who have knowledge of network security, including security operations, management, engineering, and incident response.


  • Understand the benefits of “shifting right” beyond prevention
  • Learn how SOC requirements have evolved toward increasing the focus on disrupting an active attack
  • Discover typical frameworks used by organizations to deal with attacks
  • Gain insights from use cases
  • Answers to audience questions during live Q&A

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