From sophisticated new forms of malware to nation-state sponsored attacks and the advanced persistent threat (APT), cybersecurity incidents have evolved at a rapid pace and are disrupting business continuity. But are organizations' incident response programs, personnel and tools evolving to keep up with the new threat landscape?
According to the preliminary results of the Information Security Media Group 2013 Incident Response Survey, commissioned by FireEye, the answer is a resounding "no."
Only 20 percent of organizations rate their incident response programs as "very effective." Their biggest security gaps: Being able to detect and contain malware that can be the precursor to APT.
What can organizations do to close these costly gaps? That is the focus of the 2013 Incident Response Survey report and webinar.
Survey Results Webinar
Under the shadow of advanced security threats, only 20% of organizations rate their incident response programs as "very effective." Their biggest gaps: Being able to detect and contain malware, which can also be the precursor to advanced persistent threats. These are among the main takeaways from the Information Security Media Group 2013 Incident Response Survey, the new study commissioned by FireEye. Register for this webinar for complete survey results and expert analysis on:
- The top security threats for global organizations in 2013;
- Where the largest gaps exist in how organizations detect and respond to these threats;
- How these gaps will be filled in the coming year - by new staff, tools or services?
- What organizations must do to stay ahead of these advanced threats.
New Essentials of Incident Response
Ashar Aziz, Founder and CTO, FireEye
Today's high-profile attacks have fundamentally changed the way organizations approach incident response. What are the new essentials? Ashar Aziz of FireEye leads a panel discussion on this vital topic.