Our Cyber Security Knowledge Base

Know more, do more. From zero trust to SIEM and NDR, Exeon wants to inform you on all the relevant terminology to help you make the best decisions around threat detection and evolving, complex cyber attacks.

What is Zero Trust?

Zero Trust is a revolutionary concept: unlike traditional cybersecurity models that rely on the assumption of trust within a network's perimeter, it adopts the principle "never trust, always verify."

What is Network Detection and Response (NDR)?

Network Detection and Response, or NDR solutions, detect cyber threats on corporate networks using data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

What is SIEM?

SIEM stands for Security Information and Event Management and is a comprehensive and integrated approach to managing an organization's security infrastructure.

What is Malware?

The Fight Against Malware - A Detailed Analysis of the IT Threat Landscape

Malware is a serious threat that has the potential to penetrate IT systems and cause significant corporate damage. Here, we answer exactly how malware works, explain the most dangerous malware types and how to detect them.


KuppingerCole Executive Review on NDR

Organizations need observability and the capabilities to take action at the network layer to better defend against cyber-attacks. Download the report for a deep dive into Network Detection and Response and ML-based threat detection.

How NDR protects 2,6 million clients' data and an entire banking network

An outstanding study on cybersecurity challenges within the banking industry featuring our client PostFinance.

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