In incident response, speed is king
Cyber first responders that keep their response times low help their organizations:
- Save money: cutting the cost per incident
- Reduce risk: less time for bad guys to do damage
- Get complete evidence: less time for bad guys to cover their tracks.
If those lower response times are achieved through automation, it also frees up human analysts to do higher-value work.
Cyber Triage provides organizations with all these benefits. It automates the intrusion investigation cycle so that your team gets incidents remediated as quickly as possible.
– Cyber Security Architect at a Global Conglomerate
– Information security expert at a billion-dollar manufacturer
Don’t forget consistency and completeness
Cyber threats are constantly evolving, and it’s very difficult for investigators to keep pace with those changes while they deal with incoming alerts. Cyber Triage updates its analytical processes daily, based on the latest threat intelligence, ensuring every investigation is as informed as possible.
Intruders do their best to hide their tracks, and it’s easy to miss something during an investigation. Cyber Triage collects and analyzes data from every key location, providing responders with complete evidence on an incident.
Every investigator has their own approach, so analyses are rarely uniform. Cyber Triage delivers consistent analytics, the foundation of uniform reporting.
Intrusion investigations don’t have to be so hard
Not everyone is a forensics expert. You can’t hire enough of them to perform the incident response, and management shouldn’t need to understand the low-level details.
Manual approaches to incident response are tedious and often require extensive training, and experienced responders are rare (not to mention expensive). And, even for seasoned investigators, putting together a clear and concise incident narrative can be very difficult.
Cyber Triage was designed to make everything about incident response straightforward. The UI allows every IR profession—from green thumb to gritty pro—to quickly and easily compose a data-based story of an incident.
– Information security manager at NASDAQ 100 firm