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Why Companies Choose ReliaQuest GreyMatter:
In theory, automation is the perfect remedy for the security professional’s biggest headaches: manual, repetitive, time-consuming processes; inconsistent analysis and workflow; employee retention; and slow investigations and response times. It’s not a silver bullet though. To make automation work, you need to take an approach that spans the entire cyber lifecycle. That means mapping out […]
Automation of threat detection and response is a top priority for most enterprises, but has proven challenging to implement in the best of times. During the past few weeks, the rapid shift to remote workforces has thrown security teams a new curveball. Attacker behaviors have evolved, as has what normal looks like in their environments […]
The industry often thinks of automation only in terms of response. While this is where many security and IT teams can implement successful automation, there are opportunities to automate across the entire threat lifecycle. By doing this, security and IT teams increase the efficiencies and effectiveness of their existing tools, teams and processes leading to […]
Standardization and automation can resolve critical cyber security challenges such as efficiency, alert fatigue, and analysis gaps. Through standardizing a Cyber Analysis Methodology, analyst teams can then enable true automation to tell the story that matters. Join ReliaQuest in an open virtual discussion to talk through the Cyber Analysis Methodology and how to leverage that […]
Fifty percent of the investigative process is done before you even click a button. Read the solution guide on how ReliaQuest GreyMatter automates data collection through remediation and proactive threat hunting or attack simulations. View Now
Barely a few decades old, the Information Security profession struggles with standardization. This can be seen across the board from naming and defining capabilities, vulnerabilities, and adversaries to even the most basic terms that are used every day. Oftentimes, this results in the misunderstanding of essential information during an investigation and a limited ability to […]
In the midst of the current economic and operational volatility, security has become even more visible across the enterprise and boards are asking security leaders more questions about risk than ever before. Security leaders need to demonstrate their organization is as protected as possible against the new risks that have developed, whether related to a […]