Arctic Wolf Networks DRMS™
Managed SIEM Services

Get actionable security intelligence from our Arctic Wolf Detection and Response Managed Service (DRMS) without the complexity and cost of doing-it-yourself. When prevention fails, your only hope is detection.

We collect your security event information and the context around it. Our security engineers analyze mountains of data to reduce false positives. The end result is actionable security intelligence working as an extension of your IT security team.

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New POS malware found lurking on U.S. retailers' systems

New POS malware found lurking on U.S. retailers’ systems

Jul 28 2015

A new strain of point-of-sale malware has been identified by researchers at Trend Micro. The malware, known as GamaPoS, has been seen distributed predominantly across the U.S. and Canada as…

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Social engineering attacks major enterprise security risk

CFOs take over cybersecurity decision-making as data breaches grow increasingly costly

Jul 23 2015

A new study recently released by financial consulting firm Deloitte revealed that a growing number of chief financial officers are expressing concern over the risks cyberthreats are causing to their…

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Government agencies rattled by yet another major breach

Government agencies rattled by yet another major breach

Jul 20 2015

Officials from the Obama administration announced in early July that nearly 22 million people had personally identifiable information compromised in a massive breach of government computer systems that took place…

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Divisions exist when it comes to health care cybersecurity

Divisions exist when it comes to health care cybersecurity

Jul 10 2015

This summer has proven to be a volatile time for a variety of industries when it comes to cybersecurity, but perhaps no sector is in need of improved IT defense…

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Connecticut announces updates made to its data breach law.

Connecticut passes new data breach law

Jul 10 2015

Hoping to limit th impact of data breaches to its government systems and to its residents, Connecticut enacted a new law recently that will place stricter requirements on businesses doing…

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