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                Learn the Steps of a Cyber Attack: Breaking the Kill Chain

                Preventing, detecting, hunting, and responding to the advanced threat

                What you will learn:

                • Detailed explanation of the kill chain
                • 4 keys to breaking the kill chain, and vital questions to address
                • How to ensure you’re ready to respond to any breach that may occur

                The key to disrupting the kill chain is breaking it, but in order to do so, you first have to understand the steps a threat actor will take to compromise a target. Because the further a cybercriminal gets along the kill chain, the more difficult – and expensive – it is to defeat them.

                By learning how to prevent, detect, hunt, and respond effectively, you’ll learn how to eradicate advanced threats with speed and precision.

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                We generate around 2 billion events each month. With Secureworks, we are able to crunch down that number to 20-30 high fidelity alerts — and that makes my team's job much easier.
                Sunil Saale, Head of Cyber and Information Security, Minter Ellison
                With Secureworks Taegis ManagedXDR, I have the peace of mind that my environment is being monitored 24x7 and if a threat actor tries to attack Secureworks will alert me, quickly investigate, and collaborate to fully resolve before damage can be done.
                Jerry Ryan, VP of IT, We Florida Financial

                Why Secureworks?

                Secureworks (NASDAQ: SCWX) is a global cybersecurity leader that protects customer progress with Secureworks® Taegis™, a cloud-native security analytics platform built on 20+ years of real-world threat intelligence and research, improving customers’ ability to detect advanced threats, streamline and collaborate on investigations, and automate the right actions.

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