GoSecure announces a new research report, Cybersecurity Perceptions versus Reality, which revealed a disconnect between defenders’ perceptions of how best to protect their organizations, what has been implemented, and what is needed based on what GoSecure penetration testers see in the real world.
GoSecure closes $20M in Series E funding to accelerate growth across North America. Yaletown Partners, based in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal, lead the investment together with Bank of Montreal and existing investors SAP/NS2 and Razor’s Edge.
GoSecure announces that ECPI University has chosen GoSecure Managed Detection and Response to protect their endpoint and email infrastructure, making it among the first 100 colleges in the nation to adopt this level of defense against cyberattacks.
GoSecure announces in conjunction with SAP NS2 and their GSA Schedule partner Carahsoft, the approval of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program for GoSecure Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR). Achieving the approval of this new Congressional standard will help benefit GoSecure’s federal agency customers, ensuring their cybersecurity offerings are adequate, risk-based and cost-effective.
GoSecure announced the addition of Insider Threat Detection and Response to their portfolio. Insider incidents caused by malicious insiders, or where credential theft was the goal, accounted for 32% of incidents*. With the remaining 68% the result of end-use negligence, the challenge increasingly is knowing good behavior from bad. Whereas many Insider Threat solutions are focused on data, GoSecure Insider Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) is focused on users, actions and behaviors.