The Most Used Playbook Of 2018series brings you the production playbooks noted by our professional services team as being most utilized and favored by customer SOCs. These playbooks implement best practice workflows for alert handling, alerts investigation, incident response and automation plans.
You ask and we deliver. Siemplify version 4.25, the latest release of our award-winning security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform is here. Packed with features to make day-to-day security operations teams even more efficient and effective, this release introduces new machine learning capabilities, ways to get even more from our playbook editor, new KPI dashboard widgets and much more.
As a Boy Scout, you’re trained to be prepared - always in a state of readiness in mind and body to do your duty. And for many of us in cybersecurity, a sense of duty is what drew us to the industry in the first place. What happens when the mind and body are at the ready, but you don't have the right approach or tools to carry out your duty as you know you can and should?
In this era where cyber threats occur rapidly and nonstop, combining incident response and automation is becoming a necessity for enterprises and MSSPs seeking to keep their cyber defenses up around the clock. The following provides an overview covering all you need to know about automated incident response and how it can benefit your organization.
Continuously Innovating Security Orchestration and Automation
The Siemplify team is always adding and improving features based on feedback from our customers and partners. We’re excited tounveil version 4.0of our cutting-edge security orchestration and automation platform. Filled with new functionality to further improve incident response processes for enterprises and MSSPs alike, here’s a look at what you can expect from our latest release.
Managed detection and response (MDR) is a fast-growing managed security offering focused on detecting and responding to threats that have bypassed traditional security controls. Gartner predicts by 2020, 15% of organizations will be using MDR - up from fewer than 1% today.
Automating the triage and incident response for account misuse alerts
Well, here we are. Our fourth and final installment of this blog series on use cases that can benefit most from security automation. In case you've missed the prior posts, we have already covered automating the investigation of and response to phishing, malware and DLP alerts.
Automating the triage and incident response for malware alerts
Welcome to the second post in our four-part blog series where we walk through the steps to automate some of the most common SOC processes. Last week, we went through applying security automation to the process of managing, investigating and responding to phishing alerts. This week, we take a look at addressing malware.
Automating triage and incident response of phishing alerts
Security orchestration and automation is an undeniably hot topic. Forrester named it one of the top 10 technology trends to watch in 2018-2020. So, it's clear there are lots of eyes on the space. But as SOC managers start to look at implementing security automation, they often find themselves asking, "where do I start?"
The demands and challenges within the scope of security operations are quite fierce. The problems plaguing security operations: alert fatigue, too many point solutions, shortage of analysts are well documented, and in many cases getting worse. These challenges are exacerbated with immense pressure driving burnout and high turnover among analysts.
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