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An Abundance of Incident Response Bottlenecks

Discussion in 'Network World' started by RSS, Mar 14, 2016.

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    Manual processes represent a major incident response bottleneck at enterprise organizations. Here are a few alarming data points from some recent ESG research (note: I am an ESG employee):

    1. 27% of enterprise organizations (i.e. those with more than 1,000 employees) spend at least 50% of their incident response time on manual processes like filling out paper work, finding a particular person, physically viewing multiple security management tools, etc.

    2. 93% of organizations believe that their incident response efficiency and effectiveness is limited by the time and effort required for manual processes.

    As if this wasn’t bad enough, IR process issues are exacerbated by a few other challenges:

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