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Closing the security loop with automated incident response

Cody Cornell, founder and CEO, Swimlane | June 9, 2015
Organizations have poured billions of dollars into cyber security detection solutions, and while they are exceptional at uncovering potential anomalies and threats, none of these products can guarantee against a breach.

An incredible 71 percent of organizations surveyed admitted to having been the victims of a successful cyberattack in 2014. To begin to reduce this number, organizations in all sectors are going to have to do more than adopt new solutions; they are going to have to change the way they think about cyber security. Specifically, companies must begin to see detection — regardless of how advanced it might be — as only one-half of the entire cyber security picture.

The information security industry has arrived at a critical moment in time, faced with a threat landscape continuously growing larger and more complex. At this critical crossroad, a greater focus on automated incident response is the best way forward.


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