Expel insider · 1 MIN READ · CHRIS WAYNFORTH · JUN 15, 2023 · TAGS: Cloud security / Company news / MDR / Tech tools
Infosecurity 2023 is around the corner and we’re thrilled to be making our debut on the showfloor. It’s events like these that offer the best opportunities to connect with our peers, talk shop, and show you exactly how Expel can help orgs across industries effectively manage business risk.
Our recent research revealed that, like the rest of the world, the UK faces cybersecurity challenges: unused budgets, skills shortages, alert fatigue, and, of course, burnout—to name a few. Our team will be onsite at Stand G90 to give live product demos and answer questions about how Expel helps address these challenges for orgs of all shapes and sizes.
Powered by our security operations platform, Expel Workbench™, we’ll walk you through our software-driven approach that delivers answers, not just alerts, fast. With a mean alert-to-fix time of 22 minutes, Expel eliminates the complexity and silos of typical security operations. Plus, with over 500 configurable settings, it’s easy to personalise your security operations and broaden your detection and response strategy to the entire business, managing overall risk.
We’ll also show you how our 100+ integrations across cloud, Kubernetes, SaaS apps, on-prem, and more, allow Expel customers to achieve measurable outcomes with their existing security investments (we call that doing more, with less). Not to mention, our recent introduction of Expel Vulnerability Prioritization helps customers identify the vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risk, so they can fix them faster—ask our team about it when you stop by!
BTW, all of the above and more are part of the reason why we were recently named as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Managed Detection and Response, Q2 2023.
While you’re at the show, join us at 1:30pm on 22 June, when Expel’s Silvia Rodriguez Garcia, Principal Solutions Architect, will dive into the “people problem” of security at a Talking Tactics session. Her talk will include some of the key findings of that report we mentioned earlier, The UK cybersecurity landscape: challenges and opportunities, which is based on a survey of 500 UK-based IT decision-makers (ITDMs).
For more on what we’ll be up to at the show, visit our event webpage. We’ll see you there.