Red Canary and CrowdStrike: Birds Join Forces

We are very excited about our new partnership with CrowdStrike®. Red Canary can now provide our industry-leading hunting and response using Falcon’s Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) data. We have a very simple goal at Red Canary: to make companies’ security better. From day one, we started with that single goal and asked what we […]

Red Canary ATT&CKs (Part 2): Designing ATT&CK Interfaces in Red Canary

This is the second part of a series on why and how Red Canary chose MITRE’s ATT&CK framework as our common language for adversary tactics and techniques. This post describes the design and interface tradeoffs our engineering team considered, lessons learned, and key takeaways that security teams can use when applying ATT&CK to their security […]

The Real Lessons From the Latest Security “Scandal”

In the aftermath of the excitement of the hit piece on Carbon Black published by DirectDefense and circulated by Gizmodo and others, there are a few lessons that I hope we as a security community (practitioner and vendor) can learn. 1: Understand where your data is going. The first, and most obvious, is the importance […]

EDR Shopping List: 4 Items to Budget and Scope

Once a security team recognizes the value of an Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capability and begins to scope the project, the list of requirements starts to add up—and the cost along with it. The EDR shopping list includes hardware and software, employees to hire and manage, processes to design and implement, plus custom software […]

Improving Detection and Response: Can Thinking Backward Move Your Security Forward?

Recently I’ve been pondering a way of thinking about detection and response. In my mind it is called “Response-Enabled Detection” and it reminds me of the golf strategy of playing a hole backwards. Most of us amateur golfers stand on the tee box and try to pick a spot to hit the ball based on […]

Outsourcing Your Endpoint Security: Webinar Recap

Thank you once more to everyone who took the time to attend Cover Your Security Gaps with Outsourced Endpoint Detection & Response! We had fantastic attendance, and really great questions during the presentation. If you missed the webinar, or if you loved it so much that you’d like to watch it again, you can view […]

Why We Raised Our Series A

You may have heard that Red Canary recently raised $6 million in Series A funding. This is an exciting milestone for our company, customers, and investors. I thought it would be a good idea to write a quick blog post explaining the raise, why we did it, and what it means for the future of […]

News Flash: Red Canary Brings the Year 2001 to Security with SMS. Next Up, Fax Machines…

Despite the adoption of SMS across many enterprise products, security vendors have never really integrated SMS capabilities into their offerings. Rather, most security companies focused internally, building new workflows and processes that you had to learn. The recent trend has shifted to integration, bud sadly SMS has been left off the list. Until now! We’re excited announce Red Canary’s […]

Meta-Analysis: Analyzing the Efficiency of our Data Analysts

Data plays a pretty important role for us at Red Canary. Being a cyber-security company, we monitor hundreds of millions of events every day in search of potential cyber threats to businesses around the world. Data drives everything from growth and profitability to our technology stack, and yes, even to how we measure and improve […]

The industry’s got 99 security problems, and hiring will soon be number one

Steve Morgan recently published an article in Forbes titled Cybersecurity’s Labor Epidemic and did a great job compiling research on the looming cybersecurity talent shortage. Several of the most telling statistics and facts: “The demand for the (cybersecurity) workforce is expected to rise to 6 million (globally) by 2019, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 […]