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Arctic Wolf Always Ahead: Holiday Threats

Arctic Wolf understands that the holiday season is a stressful time. Our Chief Product Officer Dan Schiappa explains in this episode of Always Ahead why the holiday season is also a lucrative time for threat actors, who are looking to target organizations who may have let their guard down as they celebrate, and what organizations need to know to stay protected.

Unlock the Power of Your SIEM with Co-Managed SOC

Security information and event management (SIEM) systems play a pivotal role in cybersecurity: they offer a unified solution for gathering and assessing alerts from a plethora of security tools, network structures, and software applications. Yet, the mere presence of a SIEM isn't a magic bullet. For optimal functionality, SIEM systems must be appropriately set up, governed, and supervised round-the-clock.

The Hower - Episode 4: Clare Loveridge, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA, at Arctic Wolf.

In this episode, our hosts sit down with Clare Loveridge, Vice President and General Manager, EMEA, at Arctic Wolf. Clare is an internationally focused global leader with more than 20 years experience in sales and channel leadership roles at companies like data domain and Nimble Storage where she's grown businesses across EMEA. Clare was the first person hired in the EMEA region at Arctic Wolf to start the region almost 3 years ago.
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CMMC Certification: What It Is, What the Requirements Are, and What's Changed With 2.0

America’s cybersecurity experts are bracing for a fresh wave of attack s as the 2024 Presidential election approaches. With nation-states and threat actors launching cyber attacks with increasing regularity and success, and with critical infrastructure and nothing less than the sanctity of our democracy at stake, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) continues to tighten the security4 controls not just within its own agency but with all third-party contractors with whom it does business.


How Hyperautomation Unblocks the Events Processing Bottleneck

Legacy SOAR offers limited events processing. That’s just the way it was built. SOAR is a standard monolithic architecture in which the entire application is deployed as a single entity, which typically runs on a single server or cluster of services. This dramatically restricts SOAR’s processing capacity, and it’s time-consuming and costly to try and extend SOAR beyond these restrictive configurations – it typically would require an entire rebuild and redeploy to upscale.

Nightfall AI Launches Human Firewall Feature to Help SecOps Teams Tackle High-Volume Alerts with Velocity

Nightfall AI announces that it's rolling out a new human firewall feature for top SaaS apps like Slack, Microsoft Teams, GitHub, and more. This new feature helps to expedite SecOps workflows by involving employees directly in the remediation process. Nightfall customers can start using the human firewall feature for supported cloud applications starting today.

Torq for MDR: Increase Margin and Onboard Customers Faster

Managed detection and response providers (MDRs) are at an inflection point. They previously relied on legacy SOAR to secure their customers. But SOAR solutions struggle to keep up with the evolving and maturing threat landscape, and were not designed to scale into cloud environments. As a way to break free from SOAR’s shortcomings, MDRs are turning to hyperautomation.

The Howler - Episode 3 - Dan Schiappa, Chief Product Officer

In this episode, our hosts sit down with Dan Schiappa, Chief Product Officer at Arctic Wolf. Dan is responsible for driving innovation across product, engineering, alliances, and business development teams to help meet demand for security operations through Arctic Wolf’s growing customer base—especially in the enterprise sector.

The Howler - Episode 1 - Brian NeSmith, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Arctic Wolf

In the first Howler podcast episode, our hosts sit down with Brian NeSmith, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of Arctic Wolf. Brian NeSmith is an internationally recognized business leader, bringing more than 30 years of cybersecurity leadership, including extensive experience driving revenue growth and scaling organizations globally. Before founding Arctic Wolf, he served as CEO of Blue Coat Systems, and prior to Blue Coat, CEO of Ipsilon Networks (acquired by Nokia), which became the leading appliance platform for Check Point firewalls.