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Torq

How Automation Playbooks Double Down on the Value of SOARs

So you’ve set up a Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform. You’re now ready to detect, respond to and remediate whichever threats cyberspace throws at you, right? Well, not necessarily. In order to deliver their maximum value, SOAR tools should be combined with playbooks, which can be used to drive SOAR systems and ensure that SOARs remediate threats as quickly as possible — in some cases, without even waiting on humans to respond.

mattermost

How to implement a mature incident response strategy

In 2021, the Biden administration issued an executive order outlining that the government and private sector need to work together to combat cyberthreats and improve the nation’s collective cybersecurity stance. As cyberattacks become more common and more costly, the United States — like other nation-states — needs to do everything it can to prevent attacks and rapidly respond to them when they occur, which requires modernizing its approach to incident response.

pagerduty

Expanding Incident Response with Microsoft Teams

Last week we launched a number of features across the PagerDuty Operations Cloud portfolio to help teams minimize downtime and protect customer experience. One of the areas where PagerDuty continues to invest is collaboration and communication during incident response to ensure that all impacted stakeholders across the business are updated in real-time.

firehydrant

3 questions to ask in the build vs buy debate for incident response tooling

As a former incident responder and now as a responder advocate for FireHydrant, I’ve seen the “build vs. buy” debate play out many times. In fact, I even supported the tool that former employers used for managing incidents for years before they decided to buy (more on that in a future blog post).

lightstep

Evolving Our Incident Response Strategy

We love spending time with customers. Since joining ServiceNow last year, we’ve been lucky to talk with and learn from hundreds of large enterprises that are heavily invested in ServiceNow’s platform and solutions. The need to extend centralized governance and operating models across the diverse technology estate, including cloud-native applications, is a recurring theme on these calls. People also want to move fast without breaking things.

squadcast

Why 'owning Services' is critical for effective Incident Response

There is a famous quote that goes like this…‘For every minute spent organizing, an hour is earned.’ At least in the world of incident response, nothing is more apt than this. Digital infrastructure these days is made up of multiple services, an outage could result from either one impacted service or multiple impacted services. So it's essential to have a catalog of all the services along with the point of contact (service owner) responsible for maintaining it.

Sponsored Post

Security Basics: Incident Response and Automation

Incident response is one of the most challenging tasks that IT teams face. It's challenging not just because it typically involves many stakeholders and moving pieces, but also because teams usually face pressure to respond as quickly as possible. That's why investing in incident response automation is a wise choice. Although it may not be possible to automate every aspect of every incident response workflow, being able to automate at least the major elements of incident response will yield incident management processes that are faster, more reliable, and more consistent.Keep reading to learn about the components of incident response and which incident response activities to start automating.

Incident.io

Why you should ditch your overly detailed incident response plan

When critical incidents happen — which they inevitably do 😅 — and you’re in the middle of trying to figure out what the best thing to do is, it can feel comforting to know that you’ve got a pre-prepared list of instructions to follow, commonly known as an “incident response plan”: In theory this sounds quite simple, and a typical flow you might envision is: It might be tempting to think that the hardest part of running incidents is finding or writing a checkl