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Robots Lead the Fightback – Investigating Automated Incident Response

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Automated incident response can measurably reduce risk by enabling organisations to align their systems and processes to accelerate their ability to detect, investigate and resolve critical security incidents.

The number of threats organisations face is increasing exponentially as attackers, armed with new tools and techniques and inspired by a range of motives, grow more sophisticated in their actions.

Despite investments to build secure networks, determined attackers continue to routinely compromise seemingly secure organisations and steal their intellectual property, private data and financial information. Most security teams lack the manpower, visibility and threat intelligence needed to quickly and accurately investigate the huge volume of alerts generated by existing security solutions. 

Key takeaways:

  • How automated incident response can save the cost of people
  • How to effectively detect and respond to network intrusions and data breaches
  • How integrating endpoint, log file and network visibility technologies to drive more efficient incident detection and response


Justin Harvey

Managing Director - Global Incident Response Leader, Accenture

Dan  Raywood

Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

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