There’s a need now more than ever for security organizations to implement a structured, detailed, and well-practiced incident response plan. As the Navy SEALs training philosophy goes, “slow is smooth and smooth is fast”—a mantra that can, and arguably should, be adopted by all security teams. In incident response, speed comes from being prepared to methodically and efficiently shut down adversaries in cases where they manage to get past defenses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light inefficiencies or a lack of preparedness within security teams. All at once, security teams found themselves dealing with an influx of personal devices on the corporate network, greatly reducing endpoint visibility and expanding the potential attack surface, at the same time that attack vectors were, and continue to be, on the rise.
In this report, we’ll dive into the survey results; present insights and analysis from cybersecurity experts; and reveal real-world concerns from organizations.