Telemetry logs are missing in nearly 42% of the attack cases studied, according to Sophos. In 82% of these cases, cybercriminals disabled or wiped out the telemetry to hide their tracks. Gaps in telemetry decrease much-needed visibility into organizations’ networks and systems, especially since attacker dwell time (the time from initial access to detection) continues to decline, shortening the time defenders have to effectively respond to an incident. “Time is critical when responding to an … More
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