It’s no secret that responding to cybersecurity incidents just takes too long. Add to that the increasingly distributed nature of the modern workforce and time to remediation becomes even more challenging. In most situations, it’s due to the lack of automated access to information that security teams need as soon as a breach is detected — information such as what parts of the network are affected, what devices are breached, or what’s the nature and severity of the attack.
With organizations rapidly moving workloads to the cloud and supporting a more distributed workforce than ever before, it becomes harder and harder to gain visibility of everything that’s part of their networks, let alone secure them. Attend and you’ll learn how organizations can use data that is already generated as part of their core network services to gain that visibility. And how to automatically marry that data with threat intel context to help security operations teams triage faster and respond to threats with greater speed and efficacy, no matter where the compromise is.
In this fast-paced discussion, Cricket Liu, Infoblox Director of Product Marketing Srikrupa Srivatsan, SANS Analyst Matt Bromiley and ThreatQuotient’s John Couch will detail best practices on what key ingredients security pros need to accelerate incident response, as well as how to automate that process to ensure long term success. Attendees will also learn:
- What key security controls help accelerate incident response
- How to improve visibility of attacks at the edge
- The best approach to aggregating threat context intelligence
- Strategies on how to automate the flow of this critical intel
- How Infoblox and ThreatQuotient improve incident response velocity
Cricket Liu, Chief DNS Architect, Infoblox
Matt Bromiley, SANS Certified Instructor and Consultant, G-C Partners LLC
Jonathan Couch, SVP of Strategy, ThreatQuotient
Krupa Srivatsan, Director of Product Marketing, Infoblox