SITA, headquartered in Geneva offers the CyberSecurity Aviation Security Operations Center (SOC) via a partnership with Airbus, to provide airlines and airports with a cybersecurity solution to prevent cyber threats and manage cyber incidents.
Incident Response Platforms
Incident Response Platform Overview
What are Incident Response Platforms?
Incident response (IR) platforms guide countermeasures against a security breach and deploy preplanned, automated threat responses. Automated tasks can include threat hunting, anomaly detection, and real-time threat response via a playbook. After a breach, IR platforms can generate incident reports for analysis. Through IR software incident response may be planned, orchestrated and logged in accordance with policy, and best practice.
IR platforms may provide a response playbook designed to help contain and remediate breaches. Playbooks, or runbooks, are planned workflows that guide or automatically orchestrate responses to threats in real-time. These playbooks can be triggered by detecting known threats or incident types, and run in accordance with policy or SLA. For instance, the playbook may escalate a threat level if a high priority device is infected.
Through automated orchestration, incident response platforms help response teams minimize the time and resources required to manage incidents. IR platforms enable remediation teams to work on a broader scale and can identify and remediate network events that may have been missed due to a lack of resources.
Endpoint security and Incident response platforms have been thought of as separate categories. Endpoint security is a first-line defense mechanism for blocking known threats while incident response is the next layer and is all about hunting for endpoint threats and actively removing them. However, these categories are starting to merge into a new broader category often called Endpoint Protection and Response.
Features of Incident Response Platforms
Incident response platforms may offer the following features:
Knowledgebase of regulations and best practice response plans
SIEM data ingestion, anomaly detection
Correlate data from SIEM, endpoints, and other sources
Pre-built customizable standards-based incident response playbooks
Automated response to security alerts
Process tree & timeline analysis to identify threats
Attack behavior analytics, for real-time detection & forensics
Access & credential lockdown, network access analysis
Isolation of infected systems, malicious files
Automate escalation to assign tasks to the right people
Service-level agreement (SLA) tracking and management
Forensic data retention for post-incident reporting, analysis
Remediation planning & process automation
Privacy breach reporting policy (e.g. GDPR) preparation
Compliance report issuance
Pricing Information & Availability
Incident response is very often offered as a service by cybersecurity outsourcing specialists. However strictly technology-based IR Platforms like those below are available to SOCs and in-house enterprise IT security teams. These offerings are often part of a suite from vendors specializing in cybersecurity software. In this case, they may be bundled with endpoint protection and antivirus applications from the same vendor. Vendors of IR software will boast integrations with popular SIEM applications, or other IT automation applications. Incident response platforms
Incident Response Products
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Squadcast is an end-to-end incident response platform that helps tech teams adopt SRE best practices to maximize service reliability, accelerate innovation velocity and deliver outstanding customer experiences.
Swimlane headquartered in Louisville offers their cyber security automation, orchestration and response (SAOR) platform focusing on incident response and remediative action.
TheHive is an open source and free cybersecurity incident response platform.
Cobalt headquartered in Montreal offers their eponymous incident response platform.
IBM X-Force IRIS can be deployed on-site to provide a complete cybersecurity incident response, threat intelligence, and breach remediation platform.
RADAR headquartered in Portland offers their incident response management software platform, providing breach detection and incident intake, automated escalation management, risk profiling and the company's Breach Guidance Engine, among other features.
LogRhythm NDR (for Network Detection and Response) is a SOAR platform which automates incident detection and response with prebuilt and customizable playbooks, from LogRhythm.
Splunk now offers a security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) platform via its acquisition of Phantom. Splunk Phantom provides playbook automation and incident response and is available as a standalone solution.
RSA Security provides security orchestration and automation (SOAR) capabilities via RSA NetWitness Orchestrator, an incident lifecycle management or IR application.
Australian company Huntsman Security offers the Huntsman Analyst Portal, an IR / SOAR security application designed to integrate with the company's flagship SIEM platform: Huntsman Enterprise SIEM.
Kaspersky Threat Management and Defense is a technology based solution for enterprises designed to automate threat detection and incident response workflows.
1E headquartered in London offers Tachyon, an incident management and response product, providing guided remediation and an automated resolution process.
The Cherwell Information Security Management Solution (ISMS) is designed based on a proven NIST framework for security incident response and remediation that allows organizations to handle incidents efficiently and effectively, as well as associate risk and incidents to change and ensure security...
GravityZone Ultra is a complete Endpoint Security solution designed from the ground up as an integrated next-gen EPP and easy-to-use EDR. It offers prevention, threat detection, automatic response, pre and post compromise visibility, alert triage, investigation, advanced search and one-click reso...