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[APAC] 5 Reasons to Outsource Detection & Response Operations

Security has played a positive role in enabling business over the recent weeks. This has been demonstrated by allowing remote workforces to remain productive and the hard work of security teams to keep operations running. However all this is putting a strain on the internal resources trying to protect their critical business assets from both external attackers and insider threats.

At Rapid7 we are taking a practical role in helping ensure security advice and guidance is available for all, and we will be running a series of talk tracks to help provide a measured perspective on how to remain secure and operational with the resources you have.

Join us for this live talk where Chris Hartley, Director at Rapid7 UK & Ireland, and Warwick Webb, Security Practitioner, will discuss the top 5 reasons why some organisations are looking to augment or outsource their threat detection and response operations including:

· Talent shortage in cybersecurity and why specialisation is key
· Business continuity and the impact of ‘always on’
· Threat intelligence and global visibility of the threat landscape
· Role of threat hunters in incident response

We’ll also be joined by customer, Simon Parry from the Development Bank of Wales to reveal how they are using managed services in their own environment and which elements of managed detection and response are most important the success of their security program.
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