Cybereason Launches New Automated Incident Response Solution

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XDR provider Cybereason today announced the launch of Cybereason DFIR (Digital Forensics Incident Response), a tool that can automatically respond to incidents and security attacks.

The solution leverages the Cybereason MalOp Detection Engine to detect the root cause of security breaches in an enterprise environment while gathering information on how to more effectively remediate the threat.

Automated incident response gives enterprises the ability to monitor their environments and ensure they are able to respond to security incidents in the shortest possible time.

Keeping Up With Modern Cybercrime

The launch of Cybereason DFIR comes as more organizations find it difficult to keep up with the speed of modern cyber threats, with 1,862 data breaches recorded last year, a 68% increase from the previous year.

Cybereason aims to help organizations fight data breaches by providing them with automated threat detection and incident response, reducing the need for security analysts to manage manual administration when responding to intrusions.

“Cybereason DFIR improves the performance of the Cybereason XDR platform in our customers’ environments, enabling teams of security analysts to detect, identify, analyze and respond to advanced threats before adversaries can cause harm, as well as in-depth post-mortem analysis of a complex if necessary. incident,” said Cybereason Chief Technology Officer and co-founder Yonatan Striem-Amit.

“The merging of our powerful Cybereason XDR platform with Cybereason DFIR provides the industry with the most powerful tools available.” said Striem-Amit.

The Global XDR Market

The organization competes within the global XDR market, which researchers expect to reach a value of $2.06 billion by 2028, growing at a CAGR of 19.9% ​​from 2021 to 2028 as more organizations embrace the increasingly complex IT systems. to mitigate security risks.

Cybereason competes with a number of other popular solution providers, including Crowdstrike with Falcon XDR, which provides analytics to automatically detect coverage threats, and gives security analysts the ability to write and edit detection rules. To date, CrowdStrike has reached a valuation of over $3 billion.

Another competitor is IBM, with IBM Security QRadar XDR, with AI-driven root cause analysis, MITER ATT&CK mapping, and automated triaging. IBM recently announced a gross profit of $9.5 billion.

However, Cybereason aims to differentiate itself from these providers with its broad data ingestion and MalOp detection solution, which can detect advanced attack techniques.

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