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Incident Management

UEBA Superpowers: Simplify Incident Investigations to Increase SOC Efficiency

In an era marked by an increasing volume and sophistication of cyber threats, the efficiency of your SOC operations has become more important than ever. SOCs are flooded by a daily barrage of attacks and alerts, with a significant portion being false positives, leading to alert fatigue and the potential for genuine threats to slip through the cracks.

Inside the war room: Best practices learned from the Sumo Logic security incident

In November 2023, Sumo Logic experienced a security incident. While no one wants to be a victim of a cyberattack, and we certainly learned a lot about things that we can do better in the future, our team was lauded by customers and media alike for how we handled the situation underscoring the importance of a good incident response plan. One of the core values at Sumo Logic is that we’re in it with our customers. But more broadly speaking, we’re in it with the InfoSec community.

How to Streamline Security Incident Management & Response

A security incident refers to an attack on an organization's cybersecurity system, network, or data. All types of attacks, violations, or exploitations can be classified as security incidents, regardless of their impact. This blog post will provide you with a solid understanding of Security Incident Management and Response and how streamlining this process can enhance your company’s workflow.

3 Biggest Mistakes to Avoid When Creating an Incident Management Program

Every IT organization focuses on incident prevention, as even the slightest “situation” involving security breaches, system outages, or other significant incidents can significantly damage a company’s reputation. This slippery slope erodes client trust, hinders sales, and chips away at your customer base.

How can retailers prevent cybersecurity incidents?

The end of the year is an exceptionally busy time for the retail sector. November and December are key months for retailers thanks to dates like Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Christmas... The current pace of digitization and growth in the retail industry and the upcoming shopping season means cybersecurity concerns are rising. According to data from Online Dasher, 24% of cyberattacks reported in 2022 came from retailers, which makes them one of the prime targets for malicious actors.

Private Status Page: A Comprehensive Guide

Private status pages are very special websites used to maintain transparent communication between the company's employees and other stakeholders. It's mostly used for important performance updates but also for disruption and downtime notifications (and every other problem that should be addressed on short notice). The purpose of any private status page is to encourage communication and support to those who have access to it, providing updates on issue status and incident management.

Security Incident Management, Data Protection & Privacy Best Practices | Edgar P. (Group CISO @ YNV)

In this SaaSTrana podcast, Edgar Pimenta (Group CISO @ YNV Group) talks to Venky about the security incident management and data protection/privacy management best practices in highly regulated organizations such as telcos and financial. He also shares the steps on how orgnizations can prepare themselves in case of an incident breach and ways to recover from it quickly. Here are some key highlights from the discussion.

How Security Operations Reduces the Risk of a Cyber Incident by Over 90%

The value of cybersecurity solutions is uniquely difficult to quantify. As with any risk-reduction investment, the ideal outcome is we simply avoid the outcome we’re defending against. But then how can we understand the value of our security strategy? Even if we can identify attempted compromises that are thwarted, it’s still challenging to scope out the potential impacts we were able to avert.

The SEC demands more transparency about Cybersecurity incidents in public companies

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has introduced a new rule for public companies that requires them to be more transparent about cybersecurity incidents. The new rule requires companies to disclose any material cybersecurity incidents within four business days of that determination. The disclosure should describe the material aspects of the incident, including the nature of the incident, the impact on the company, and the company's response.

Transforming Security and Access with BoxyHQ's SSO Solution - A Conversation with the Spike Team

Spike is a powerful incident management platform with customers across 40+ countries. Their mission is to reduce the complexity of managing incidents and make it simple so teams of all sizes can use it.