Threat hunting enables security teams to improve incident response speed and accuracy. It also empowers them to remediate threats proactively.
An incident response plan, basic understanding of the threat landscape and regular security testing are crucial to IoT security.
Organizations can improve their security operations and response capabilities by adopting a multilayered approach driven by cognitive technology.
By analyzing attack patterns and making their environments secure by design, analysts can control devices remotely without impeding change management.
By integrating phishing intelligence with an SIEM solution, security analysts can proactively monitor APTs and manage risks related to phishing attacks.
IBM X-Force IRIS combines incident response with threat intelligence to help organizations analyze cybercriminals' behavior and predict future trends.
An automated security analytics platform can help understaffed security teams sift through threat data more efficiently and focus on more critical tasks.
Just like security analysts, top executives need data breach training to develop the skills required to carry out an effective incident response strategy.
Companies can use incident response training programs such as capture the flag and red on blue exercises to bridge the cybersecurity skills gap.
Attorney-client privilege can be a key asset to an organization's incident response strategy in the event of a security breach.