Technology Record - Issue 28: Spring 2023

69 Two of CyberProof's skilled experts helping clients by delivering continuous threat detection, analysis and response services he says. “To do this, they should implement solutions that can continuously analyse threat data and rapidly trigger automated alerts or responses in the event of a breach. However, they must ensure they are implementing the right tools to protect the right assets.” Velleca recommends that enterprises start by identifying the biggest operational threats and determine how they could negatively impact the business. Next, they should analyse their entire ecosystem to pinpoint any potential vulnerabilities that cybercriminals could exploit to cause those operational issues. “The key to developing robust and highly effective security solutions is to think like a hacker,” he explains. “If businesses take a threat-centric approach and identify potential operational issues and the multiple ways criminals could breach their data or systems, they can proactively create specific detection and response playbooks for each scenario.” CyberProof’s unique use case factory methodology can help enterprises to do this. “We create custom use cases for individual organisations, taking into account the industries they operate in, the types of assets, applications and services they have, and more,” says Velleca. “Each use case outlines a specific attack scenario, highlighting how the breach could occur, the potential impact it could have, and which detection and response playbooks enterprises can use to minimise risk. We also develop automations and integrations to help businesses respond to incidents faster, and we Photo: David Garb