Arctic Wolf is the global leader in security operations, delivering the first cloud-native security operations platform to end cyber risk. Powered by threat telemetry spanning endpoint, network, and cloud sources, the Arctic Wolf® Security Operations Cloud ingests and analyses trillions of security events each week to enable critical outcomes for most security use cases. The Arctic Wolf® Platform delivers automated threat detection and response at scale and empowers organisations of any size to stand up world-class security operations with the push of a button.
Concierge Security® Team
As the threat landscape becomes more complex, the need for security operations is greater than ever before. But many organisations, lacking processes and the inability to attract and retain the security operations expertise necessary to provide 24×7 coverage, drown under an overwhelming number of alerts and struggle with what to do next.
Built on the industry’s only cloud-native platform to deliver security operations as a concierge service, the Arctic Wolf® Managed Detection and Response (MDR) solution eliminates alert fatigue and false positives to promote a faster response with detection and response capabilities tailored to the specific needs of your organisation.
Organisations everywhere struggle to reduce the risk of cyberattacks—especially attacks targeting their employees. Every day, highly motivated threat actors set their sights on employees who are unprepared to defend themselves. Instead of seeing employees as teachable, contributing members of a united front against cyber risk (and social engineers), employers often dismiss them as untrainable or as an unsolvable part of the risk equation.
Organisations everywhere struggle with the complexity of identifying and managing security risks within their environment. Often, even fundamental information like what assets exist, which systems have vulnerabilities, and which systems are misconfigured is difficult to obtain. Even when this information is available it usually overwhelms the security team because its existing tools generate too many alerts and lack context. As security teams struggle with what to do next and how to prioritise, these risks pile up and leave organisations vulnerable to threats and damaging data breaches.