3 Warning Signs Of A Breach – What Security Teams Should Be Looking For
Every company struggles to allocate security resources. It’s not that security pros don’t have the tools to improve their risk postures – it’s that they don’t have the time.
Between hackers using a smoke-and-mirrors approach to manipulate enterprise attention and resources, unusual file access activity and user behavior patterns requiring consistent investigations, and account lockout maintenance, security staff members are busy putting out fires when they should be standing back and surveying their risk landscapes.
What are some early warning signs of a breach that security operations centers should have a heightened focus on, in order to help them decrease initial response resources and put more energy toward bigger security initiatives?
Warning Sign No. 1: Distractions
Warning Sign No. 2: Unexpected file activity
Warning Sign No. 3: Time wasted due to account lockouts