SANS: The Race to Detection: A Look at Rapidly Changing IR Practices

By Jen Spoon December 30, 2015

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Those assigned to protect their organizations must be agile in adapting technology to meet the challenges presented to them in this rapidly changing risk environment. To fully understand the dynamics of the rapid evolution of incident response, SANS interviewed leading IR consultants and surveyed a targeted group of practitioners. This research pinpoints IR processes, technologies and service trends, as well as gains insight into the future of IR practices.

Read this paper to learn what leading incident response practices are doing, and what they plan for the future.

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