Breach Detection Gap

What is the Breach Detection Gap?

The breach detection gap is defined as the time after a cyber attacker has breached a network perimeter and is operating freely inside a network, but before he/she is either discovered or has performed  malicious damage to the organization.

Traditional security solutions are blind to this stage of a targeted attack, which can go on literally for months.

What does LightCyber have to do with it?

LightCyber Magna detects the subtle user behavior deviations that could represent suspicious activity, and closing the breach detection gap. Download a FREE white paper to learn more

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