Survey report uncovers key challenges and solutions to combating the rapid rise in cyber threats, faster and more reliably amidst security talent shortage
Washington D.C – February 27, 2018Crowd Research Partners today released the 2018 Threat Hunting Report, providing critical insights into the state and practice of cyber threat hunting to proactively combat advanced cybersecurity threats.
Based on a comprehensive survey of cybersecurity professionals in the 400,000-member Information Security Community on LinkedIn, the research report reveals that cyber threats continue to rise dramatically. Deployment of sophisticated threat hunting programs in security operation centers (SOCs) can significantly improve detection rates and accelerate the time to detect, investigate and remediate these threats.
“Following the unprecedented wave of cybersecurity attacks, threat hunting is quickly becoming a new line of defense for security operations centers to proactively combat advanced security threats,” said Holger Schulze, CEO of Cybersecurity Insiders and founder of the 400,000- member Information Security Community on LinkedIn. “By pairing human intelligence with next-generation threat hunting platforms, SOC teams can identify and resolve threats faster and more reliably.”
Key threat hunting trends revealed in the study include:
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