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Incident Response

How to Strategically Scale Your SOC Response with Automation - Webinar

SOC teams have to operationalize greater amounts of data from more diverse sources than ever before. Operationalizing that data for greater security requires scaling teams and automating processes—both of which are consistently named as the most challenging aspects of managing a SOC. @ESGglobal and @torq_io explore real-world survey responses from IT and cybersecurity professionals around the opportunities and challenges they face and look at the ways that no-code security automation platforms like Torq can help them overcome many of the biggest obstacles.

Why the quickest response is not always the best in cybersecurity

The need for fast incident response is a given. No industry professional would deny how critical a rapid response is when dealing with a cyber threat and an incident. However, it is equally important to understand that the quickest response is not always the best in cybersecurity. Security operations centers (SOCs) and organizations must factor in other variables, too, when preparing for the inevitable, as recent cyber stats suggest.

Arctic Wolf

Introducing Arctic Wolf Incident Response

Our mission at Arctic Wolf is to end cyber risk, and our North Star on that mission is the NIST security operations framework. Spanning five functions (Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover), the NIST framework offers guidelines and best practices that when followed, allow an organization to both reduce the likelihood and the impact of cyber-attacks.


5 Things to Know About Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR)

Trustwave SpiderLabs is among the most well-respected teams in the cybersecurity industry, having gained a reputation for conducting cutting-edge research, plying the foggy corners of the darkweb for information, and detecting and hunting down threats. What is less well known is how Trustwave's SpiderLabs' various teams' function and then pull together to create the formidable force that is the backbone of all Trustwave's offerings.


What Is an Incident Response Plan?

An incident response plan assigns responsibilities and lists procedures to follow if an event such as a breach were to occur. Having a plan put in place to handle cybersecurity incidents at your business can aid your business in identifying when a cyberattack is taking place, how to clean up the mess that an attack leaves and prevent an attack from happening again. Read on to learn why an incident response plan is needed, incidents that require response plans and more.

Incident Response Can Stop Attacks and Reduce Cyber Risk

Unfortunately, cyber incidents are inevitable. But we can reduce the likelihood of cyber risk and reduce incident damage. Join our VP of Product Marketing, Matt Trushinski as he explains how Arctic Wolf’s Managed Detection and Response helps organization recognize potential threats and remediate and recover after an incident. Incident readiness is the best defense against cyber attacks, and Arctic Wolf always has your back.

The 443 Episode 219 - CISA Incident Response Learnings

On today's episode we cover a pair of alerts from the Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency (CISA), one detailing the tools, tactics and procedures from a prolific ransomware organization and another walking through a recent incident response engagement CISA completed with a federal agency. Before that though, we learn about what happens when you use a software component that hasn't received updates in 17 years.

Three Tips for Creating Better Response and Recovery Plans

Response and recovery plans are crucial to reduce the severity and time of security incidents. But many organizations aren’t sure where to start in building their plans. Here are three tips for building a better recovery plan. Subscribe to our channel to get more useful content to help you protect your organization.