Best Practices For Automating Malware Investigations

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Nana-Ampofo A., Systems Engineer Specialist, Cortex at Palo Alto; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator

About this talk

There are approximately 5.6 billion malware attacks annually, so malware incidents are a constant challenge for the SecOps team. Malware investigations require security teams to reconcile data from multiple security products, including EDRs, sandbox and malware analysis tools, and threat intelligence providers. Manually performing investigations wastes valuable time, and may have damaging consequences when malware is propagating within an organisation. Join Palo Alto (Cortex) and (ISC)² 4 October 2022 at 1:00 BST to find out how your team can speed up malware investigations and reduce attacker dwell time. In this upcoming webinar, we will share: • Best practices for automating and speeding up malware investigations. • How to leverage your EDR tools, sandboxes and other SOC tools in automated workflows. • How to get real-time intel for an in-progress attack versus trying to piece data together after the fact. • How to fully optimize your EDR tools such as Cortex® XDR, CrowdStrike Falcon and Microsoft Defender to speed up detection and response and shut down potential attacks.

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