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How Does BitLyft Hunt for Threats?

In today's threat landscape, it’s not enough to have a firewall, anti-virus, and infrastructure protection in place. In order to keep your company’s data safe, you need a proactive team monitoring and threat hunting around the clock. This involves a process by which a security analyst utilizes a security information event management (SIEM) tool to review log data and identify threats. 

BitLyft maintains a 24/7 security operations center to provide ongoing threat hunting, detection, and remediation for our clients so they can focus on what’s important…keeping their company running.

 

 

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