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How Deep is Your SOC Bench?

Some cybersecurity vendors claim you should judge a vendor by the size and depth of their bench. We beg to differ.
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  • How Deep is Your SOC Bench? Recorded: Aug 1 2017 2 mins
    Some cybersecurity vendors claim you should judge a vendor by the size and depth of their bench. We beg to differ.
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Zenedge is a leading, global provider of cloud-based, artificial intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions. Zenedge solutions are powered by proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) technology, inspecting web traffic in real-time, identifying threats and behavior anomalies and dynamically updating security postures accordingly – enabling enterprises to take an adaptive and proactive approach to securing their networks.

Zenedge protects over 800,000 web applications and networks for organizations in eCommerce, Education, Energy, Entertainment, Financial Services, Gaming, Government, Healthcare, Media and Technology industries. Zenedge is headquartered in Aventura, Florida.

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