Your incident management process is greatly impacted by the tools you have available to carry it out. Technology should be your friend when it comes to gaining visibility and obtaining contextual data. You need tools to send alerts when issues arise, as well as track activity for compliance reporting purposes.
So, how do you choose the right incident management tools for your organization’s use cases? Read more “How to Choose the Right Tools for Incident Management and Reporting”
Automating security processes and workflows can help teams lower Mean Time To Resolution (MTTR), maintain or strengthen an organization’s security posture, and drive operational efficiency. Sounds pretty good, right?
In our recent Cloud Security Use Cases Playbook, we took a look at the key operational processes that all teams should have in place and some of the ways they can continually optimize those processes over time. Today, let’s take a look at how automation can provide ongoing, deep visibility and supercharge your security operations, all while saving you time and resources. Read more “How to Use Automation to Improve Your Cloud Security Posture”
Bad guys know the faster they move, the more they’ll be able to accomplish: the more data they’ll be able to steal, the more money they’ll be able to extort, the more damage they can do to your reputation. So it’s a race to see whether the bad guys can move faster than the good guys. You don’t want to be on the wrong side of that equation.
One way to move fast is to optimize your alerting and incident response processes (which are, of course, tightly connected). What does this mean in practice? It means your security tools need to be integrated into the operations team’s workflows so the moment a security issue is detected, an alert is sent to those who can fix it, enabling them to take rapid action based on solid information. Doing this will optimize security workflows and improve operational support.
Here’s an effective way to optimize alerting and incident response. Read more “How to Optimize Your Incident Response Process in the Cloud”
When it comes to staying secure in the cloud, an important practice is to monitor both incoming and outgoing connections from your network. Why? Monitoring and alerting on “interesting” (i.e., anomalous) network connections going in and out of cloud environments can provide early breach detection to cloud security operations teams.
Here’s how to put this type of security monitoring into practice in your organization. Read more “How to Monitor Outbound and Inbound Connections to Maintain Cloud Security”