No email security solution is 100% effective. Hackers put a lot of effort into developing attacks that circumvent email protection and end up in users inboxes. Every day IT and security teams receive dozens of reports from their users with suspicious messages that need to be investigated and remediated. With only 17% of attacks reported by users, businesses need effective forensics tools to help them stay ahead of attackers.
Already resource-constrained IT professional spend hours on incident response: trying to identify the scope of the attacks, impacted users, clean up malicious messages from inboxes and learn from the attack so that they can prevent it from happening again. These are time-consuming procedures when performed manually, and human error can leave gaps in the process. For most organizations it takes hours, if not days, to remediate a single incident, leaving the organization vulnerable to the spread of the attack.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to improve your incident response through user education, automated incident response, and forensic analysis to block future attacks.Manual incident response is tedious, time-consuming, and can increase the risk of a data breach or financial loss.Click To Tweet
Join me next Wednesday, March 20 for a free webinar to learn how you can build a more effective incident response program for your organization.
Register to learn:
Why the rapidly rising tide of spear-phishing attacks doesn’t have to mean increasing risks
- Why manual incident response can increase your risk of a data breach or financial loss
- How to isolate, eliminate, and clean up after attacks, before it has the chance to spread
- How to use post-incident forensics to proactively identify existing attacks lurking in delivered email
- How Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response can make it faster, easier, and more effective
Register here for this free webinar. If you can't attend the webinar, you can register and then view the on-demand webinar on your own schedule.
Olesia Klevchuk est Senior Product Marketing Manager pour la branche sécurité des e-mails de Barracuda Networks. Son rôle consiste principalement à définir la manière dont les entreprises peuvent se protéger des menaces avancées par e-mail, du harponnage et du vol de comptes. Avant d'entrer chez Barracuda, Olesia travaillait dans le domaine de la sécurisation des e-mails, de la protection des marques et de la recherche en informatique.