Use case for IT & Security Risk Management
Archer Cyber Incident & Breach Response enables you to centrally catalog organizational and IT assets, establishing business context to drive incident prioritization and implement processes designed to escalate, investigate, and resolve declared incidents effectively. The use case is designed for teams to work effectively through their defined incident response and triage procedures and prepare for data breaches.
With Archer Cyber Incident & Breach Response, declared cyber and security events get escalated quickly and consistently. Advanced workflow and insight to declared cyber and security incidents velocity allow more efficient utilization of security team resources resulting in faster response, analysis, and closure rates for critical security incidents. With improved processes and capabilities, the security team can more effectively leverage existing infrastructure such as SIEMs, log and packet capture tools and endpoint security technologies to focus on the most impactful incidents. These capabilities improve the preparedness of security teams in the case of serious incidents involving potential data breaches, increasing the return on infrastructure investments while lowering overall security risk.
- Centralized catalog of organizational and IT assets
- Defined incident response lifecycle support with advanced workflow, escalation, and response procedures
- Central repository and taxonomy to manage processes related to security alerts
- Integration with SIEM / log / packet capture infrastructure
- Investigation support including incident journals and forensic analysis tracking
- Issues management for IT operations
- Breach risk assessments
- Reduced effort to triage and remediate incidents
- Improved accuracy of consolidated incident analysis and reporting
- Reduced time and effort for SOC staff to escalate and respond to security alerts
- Improved posture for breach response readiness
- Lower security risk
- Archer Release 6.4 or later
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