Detecting attacks is a must-have security control. With data, operations, and applications increasingly moving to the cloud, threat actors are transitioning their attacks to the cloud as well. Unfortunately, they are doing it faster than many companies are able to configure their defenses.
Organizations that rely on legacy, cloud-washed point products such as Windows Antivirus/EDR, quickly determine that these early approaches are not designed for performance in the cloud or threat detection in Linux environments. But while Linux threat detection solutions are the need of the hour, security pros don’t have nearly as many options for Linux threat detection.
Join Cory Quin and Ell Marquez in a frank conversation on the importance of moving past traditional security methods to effectively identify and classify malicious code execution along with suspicious commands. Making this shift can mean the difference between detecting an attack as it occurs or when your data is leaked.