Building Your Bullet Proof Incident Response Plan

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Security teams at even the largest organizations are often overwhelmed by the volume of flagged incidents and unknown files that need to be investigated. Meanwhile, businesses’ and customers’ sensitive information is at risk of being compromised by the needle in the haystack: the major threat hiding in plain sight among false positives. A variety of malware could be lurking in their network. It’s a dire scenario to be sure, but far from a hopeless one.

Accurately detecting and analyzing such malware is critical-although it has historically involved a very timeconsuming process that required expert personnel. Even then, it continues to be very difficult for experienced professionals to fully comprehend an existing threat within a short timeframe. 
But what if organizations had a tool in their arsenal that could accomplish all of this quickly as part of their incident response plan? How might it impact their security operations, and ultimately, their bottom line?

This whitepaper looks at:

  • The State of Corporate Cyber Security
  • A Bullet-Proof Incident Response Plan
  • 4 Steps to Protect Against Today’s Threats

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