Incident response orchestration can help security teams transform response across the entire incident life cycle, including automating remedial actions and mitigating future attacks.
The more employees and business leaders are involved with your information security systems, the more long-term buy-in you'll have when it comes to following security policies and best practices.
With our mobile cybersecurity simulation facility, we can bring the Cyber Range experience to a global audience, helping companies develop the mastery and skills needed for cyberattack preparedness.
With the success and lessons learned from our X-Force Command Cyber Range, IBM is excited to launch its new mobile command center, the X-Force Command Cyber Tactical Operations Center (C-TOC).
Although AI is poised to take a much larger role in cybersecurity future trends, this doesn't necessarily mean fewer opportunities for human analysts. In fact, it could mean quite the opposite.
By creating, regularly reviewing and maintaining a security playbook, SOC leaders can position analysts to execute incident response processes more quickly and effectively.
SOC analysts don't always come with all the certifications and skills an organization needs to protect its data. How can security leaders develop these employees into passionate, dedicated analysts?
Your SOC collects mounds of data every day, but not all of it will contribute to a useful, relevant analysis of its performance. What metrics do you need to measure the success of your SOC?
By conducting regular and comprehensive cyberthreat hunting, organizations can stay one step ahead of malicious actors and soften the blow of a data breach.
Security teams can better prepare for cyberattacks by leveraging the different types of threat intelligence to inform decision-making at various levels of the enterprise.