Incident Response

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SANS Report Reveals Significant Growth in Automation: Maximize Your Investments

The SANS 2021 Automation and Integration Survey is now available for download, focusing on the question: First we walked, now we run – but should we? Let’s face it, we’ve talked about security automation for years. We’ve grappled with what, when and how to automate. We’ve debated the human vs machine topic.

The Role of Managed Detection and Response - State of Incident Response 2021

Internal security teams are overwhelmed by cyber threats and finding seasoned incident response professionals is now harder and more expensive. The State of Incident Response 2021 surveyed 400 information security and 100 legal and compliance leaders from companies with over $500M in annual revenue to learn how managed detection and response vendors are incorporated into their security programs. Over 76% of organizations are relying on a third-party vendor to augment in-house capabilities, and their biggest benefit is delivering faster containment, response, and more automation capabilities.

Incident Response Automation Challenges - State of Incident Response 2021

With the volume and sophistication of cyber threats growing, we asked 400 information security and 100 legal and compliance leaders from companies with over $500M in annual revenue how their organizations are planning to deal with incident response. Nearly all teams plan on automating more of their IR process, but nearly half face headwinds like lack of in-house expertise, lack of proper technology, and lack of bandwidth.
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Flexible Incident Response playbooks for any situation

One of the major buzzwords when talking about cyber incident response is playbooks, advanced workflows with specific actions tailored to deal with and respond to cyber incidents. Over the past few security conferences, I have noticed something of a trend emerging that centers on the uncertainty and hesitance that some incident response teams have regarding the use of playbooks and, in particular, around the notion of automation in incident response.

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Anatomy of a Supply Chain Attack: How to Accelerate Incident Response and Threat Hunting

In recent months, we’ve seen a sharp rise in software supply chain attacks that infect legitimate applications to distribute malware to users. SolarWinds, Codecov and Kesaya have all been victims of such attacks that went on to impact thousands of downstream businesses around the globe. Within minutes of these high-profile attacks making headline news, CEOs often ask: “Should we be concerned? How is it impacting us? What can we do to mitigate risk?” .

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What is Digital Forensics? Defining Digital Forensics and Incident Response

According to Research and Markets, the worldwide digital forensics market will expand at a compound annual growth rate of 13% through 2026. The rise of cybercrime is most certainly driving its growth — especially since digital forensics plays a critical role in mitigating cyberthreats in the modern security operations center (SOC).

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Using Threat Modeling to Boost Your Incident Response Strategy

Threat modeling is increasing in importance as a way to plan security in advance. Instead of merely reacting to threats and incidents, an organization can identify and evaluate its security posture, relevant threats, and gaps in defenses that may allow attacks to succeed. Threat modeling has a two-way relationship with incident response.

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What is an Incident Response Plan and How to Create One?

Regardless of size, every company could experience a cybersecurity incident one day. Security incidents can occur in companies, public institutions, schools, etc. Cybersecurity incident actions are similar to actions to be taken in response to a security incident, for example in a school. It is an inevitable reality that your network may be exposed to an incident threat.

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Demystifying the Hype Around XDR

Extended Detection and Response (XDR) has generated a lot of buzz recently with press, analysts, and even customers. There’s no denying that, at face value, its promise of reduced complexity and cost while increasing detection and response is alluring. As security teams look to modernize their security tooling, they’re also looking for solutions to some of their largest challenges. Is XDR the answer? What is XDR, exactly, and how do you determine if it’s right for your organization?