Incident management stories - Page 2
Claroty adds remote incident management to OT security capabilities
Claroty enhances its OT security platform with remote incident management to help cybersecurity teams respond to security incidents in remote work environments.
BlackBerry partners with ServiceNow for incident response management
BlackBerry has partnered with ServiceNow to integrate the BlackBerry AtHoc service into the Now platform for crisis communications and IT management.
Interview: Check Point profiles 5 battles that SOC teams face in 2020
Check Point has been setting the standard for cybersecurity for 27 years. We spoke to their cybersecurity evangelist to learn more.
Data breaches costing companies millions - could incident response help?
On average, data breaches cost companies $3.86 million per breach, with compromised employee accounts the most expensive root cause.
Why AI and ML are increasingly important for effective IT security
ML offers much better capabilities than humans can deliver when it comes to recognising and predicting certain types of patterns.
Effective cyber resilience means thinking beyond the IT department
Aussie execs err in cyber resilience, neglecting wider ops beyond IT's remit; full org involvement vital.
Fight, flight or freeze: Releasing organisational trauma
Aussie DevOps teams aim high, but rigid processes likened to PTSD hinder innovation, reveals DORA report.
BitSight and ServiceNow announce integrations improving cyber risk management
Together, BitSight and ServiceNow provide organisations with prioritised visibility and automated workflows to manage cyber risk.
Enterprise incident response plans suffer from neglect – Verizon study
Verizon report shows 79% have a cyber IR plan, but only 40% regularly update it for current threats.
Over 50% of incident response requests occur after damage complete – Kaspersky
Kaspersky finds 56% of IR cases in 2018 followed visible cyber-attack impacts.
Forrester names Crowdstrike leader in incident response
CrowdStrike tops Forrester Wave for IR services, hailed for robust cyber defence and post-breach response.
Every second counts: The importance of incident response
As the risk of data breaches are not going away anytime soon, and effective incident responses have become paramount.
Suffered a data breach? Here’s how you manage the fallout
From a communications perspective, an incident response plan should do one thing: reassure your customers that you care.
Businesses confident about their 'cyber resilience' - but 77% don't have an incident response plan
Most organisations lack a formal cybersecurity incident response plan, but feel more cyber resilient than last year, according to a study by IBM and Ponemon.
Proficio to deepen APAC presence after 'record-breaking' 2017
Proficio plans to expand its global presence across Asia Pacific, Europe and Latin America after a record-breaking 2017.
The top three reasons to reinforce your SIEM with incident management
Given the wide scope of SIEM, planning for a smooth transition to the incident management process can prove beneficial for several reasons.
Carbon Black taps ex-Microsoft talent for channel VP role
Ex-Microsoft exec Victor Baez joins Carbon Black as new channels VP.
Ever wanted to know how Xero does incident management?
DevOpsDays Auckland commenced yesterday, featuring a packed schedule of talks on incident management and the use of chatbots.
Interview: BlackBerry talks crisis management, security and disruption
We interviewed BlackBerry AtHoc senior vice president Ly Tran about the company, crisis management and how it ultimately relates to cybersecurity.
The do's and don’ts of responding to ransomware
Ransomware set to increase in volume and variety in 2017, but a smart incident response strategy can help prevent losses.
To speed up crisis response - just get texting, says Soprano
Australian software design firm, Soprano Design, has added its crisis management tool, RapidAlert, to the Mobile Enterprise Messaging Suite (MEMS).
FrontRange turns up the HEAT
IT service management company reveals major upgrade to HEAT service management.
Service with a smile
Organisations facing IT management changes can consolidate their service desk for streamlined support, higher service levels, and reduced costs.