Cyber attacks are increasing in volume and sophistication, causing regular security breaches affecting 89% of organisations, according to a newly released survey of Australian organisations.
By Scott Lundgren, Chief Technology Officer, Carbon Black
Recently MITRE, a not-for-profit organisation that solves problems for a safer world, published the results of its first public evaluation of endpoint detection and response (EDR) vendors based on its increasingly-popular ATT&CK framework.
80-plus technology partners have built more than 120 supported integrations by leveraging Carbon Black’s open APIs
SYDNEY -- March 29, 2018 – Carbon Black, a leader in next-generation endpoint security, today unveiled the Carbon Black Integration Network (CbIN), a technology partner program designed to improve cyber security through collective defenCe and powered by Carbon Black’s open APIs and the Cb Predictive Security CloudTM (PSC) (PSC).
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