Only 11% of organizations can detect intruders in under one minute
The process of detecting, triaging, investigating, and containing a cyber incident takes organizations globally on average nearly seven days of working around the clock (totaling 162 hours), with an average of 31 hours to contain a cybersecurity incident once it has been detected and investigated, a CrowdStrike survey reveals. How fast can you detect intruders? As a result, the majority of respondents (80%) report that in the past 12 months, they have been unable to … More
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