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Breach Detection and Response:Establishing Incident Response Processes and Plans

Many organizations lack adequate personnel, processes, procedures and technologies to detect breaches in real time. They have an even harder time responding promptly and accurately.

In this webcast, Swimlane Research Engineer Josh Rickard and SOAR Advocate Rebekah Wilke will discuss the importance of establishing sufficient incident response processes and clear guidelines surrounding incident response plans.

The two security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) experts will outline how formulating, implementing and maintaining an up-to-date, robust breach detection and incident response plan will:

- Reduce mean time to detection (MTTD) and mean time to resolution (MTTR).
- Ease analyst burnout, enabling retention.
- Allow analysts the opportunity to focus on anomalous behavior that could have a larger impact on the business.
- Expedite disaster recovery for reduced security risk.
Recorded Aug 22 2019 46 mins
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Josh Rickard, Security Research Engineer, Rebekah Wilke, SOAR Advocate, at Swimlane
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  • 7 Steps to Automating Threat Detection and Analysis Oct 8 2019 7:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Rebekah Wilke, Director of Business Enablement, Swimlane
    There are numerous cybersecurity tools available to help organizations detect threats. But, this volume creates a number of challenges, including siloed and disparate systems. While these tools are intended to improve the organization’s security posture, many of them require sophisticated staff with complex training to leverage them effectively. Sometimes, even with training, systems generate so many alerts the highly-skilled staff is unable to analyze and respond to real threats in a timely manner. This is not sustainable for even the largest security operations center (SOC). A holistic, automated approach to threat detection and analysis is necessary.


    In this webinar, Swimlane’s Rebekah Wilke will provide seven steps to automate threat detection and analysis that can be used in any-sized SOC. This process enables analysts to stop focusing on detection and focus instead on a proactive SOC model, improving the security posture of the organization and dramatically reducing threat risk. You will learn how to:

    - Monitor everything within your security stack;
    - Build a system that can automatically detect every form of attack;
    - Improve your ability to detect attacks and avoid false positives;
    - Detect security threats in real time;
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  • Breach Detection and Response:Establishing Incident Response Processes and Plans Recorded: Aug 22 2019 46 mins
    Josh Rickard, Security Research Engineer, Rebekah Wilke, SOAR Advocate, at Swimlane
    Many organizations lack adequate personnel, processes, procedures and technologies to detect breaches in real time. They have an even harder time responding promptly and accurately.

    In this webcast, Swimlane Research Engineer Josh Rickard and SOAR Advocate Rebekah Wilke will discuss the importance of establishing sufficient incident response processes and clear guidelines surrounding incident response plans.

    The two security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) experts will outline how formulating, implementing and maintaining an up-to-date, robust breach detection and incident response plan will:

    - Reduce mean time to detection (MTTD) and mean time to resolution (MTTR).
    - Ease analyst burnout, enabling retention.
    - Allow analysts the opportunity to focus on anomalous behavior that could have a larger impact on the business.
    - Expedite disaster recovery for reduced security risk.
Empower your security team with machine-speed decision making.
Swimlane’s SOAR platform helps organizations manage the growing volume of alerts more efficiently by automating time-consuming incident response processes. The solution collects security alert data from virtually any security platform with minimal effort and then automatically responds to alerts using automated workflows and playbooks.

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