September 3, 2020

How to achieve complete threat detection and response at 10% the cost of other tools

Achieving comprehensive, effective, and efficient threat detection and response has been an ongoing struggle for most organizations. Until now, they have had two inadequate options:

  1. Invest significant time, effort, and budget in a stack of disparate network security tools, such as SIEMs, EDRs, IDS/IPSs, and SOARs. Unfortunately, each one of these can only monitor a piece of the total network, providing little assistance in identifying attacks without even more manual effort.
  2. Settle for only those tools they can afford or manage with limited resources, resulting in limited threat detection and coverage capabilities.

It’s bad enough that neither solution provides sufficient cybersecurity protection, but there’s one more consideration: ROI. In other words, what does a traditional, industry-leading cybersecurity approach cost, and can it reduce costs and improve cybersecurity in a way that pays you back?

We took a harder look at this and determined that in the first option above, companies can spend as much as $680,000 in cybersecurity tools and manpower, but may only achieve a very low 20% threat coverage.

This is why we were determined to develop a better approach, one that would improve cybersecurity, maximize threat detection and response, and deliver the best ROI in the industry.  

The result? Our ARIA Advanced Detection and Response solution. Delivered as a single platform, this solution gives the same capabilities as six different security tools at 90% less cost and requiring 1/100th of the manpower needed for traditional approaches.

With machine learning-based threat models and artificial intelligence, ARIA ADR automatically finds and stops 99% of threats, 24x365, and with little manual interaction, providing unprecedented ROI.

Below is a quick overview of our ROI findings, but for complete information, including ROI calculations and details about ARIA ADR,  check out our complete infographic:

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Tags: cybersecurity, intrusion response, intrusion detection