Senior Director of Product Management Mike Jones steps through how Agari Incident Response accelerates triage and remediation of data breaches.
Agari applies intelligence from newly discovered indicators of compromise to protect employees from attacks that have evaded initial detection or weaponized post-delivery.
Phishing and other email-based attacks account for 94% of all breaches, with cybercriminals exfiltrating data mere hours after gaining access. Unfortunately, it often takes months for businesses to discover a breach—and even longer to remediate it.
While employee reported phishing is important for breach threat intelligence, these reports can overwhelm Security Operations Center analysts due to the sheer number of reported phishing incidents—the majority of which turn out to be false.
Many organizations receive tens of thousands of phishing incident reports per year, requiring analysts to correlate data from five or more tools, sift through tedious email logs, and then manually remove emails one by one from inboxes.
It can take Security Operations Center analysts five hours or more to manually triage, investigate, and remediate a single phishing incident manually. With the average cybercriminal exfiltrating data from a breach within hours, that precious time can be the difference between preventing a breach and losing millions.
By streamlining response times and automatically removing malicious emails from inboxes, Agari Incident Response contains breaches in minutes instead of months.
Agari Incident Response provides an end-to-end automated phishing playbook that integrates with Microsoft Office 365 to handle employee phishing reports, triage them, discover similar phishing campaign emails, perform forensic analysis, and then automate the remediation process.
Automating the process of phishing incident response can save the average organization millions of dollars per year by reducing the risk of data breaches caused by phishing incidents.
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