2022 State of Security Automation in Financial Services StudyTo What Extent Have Global Institutions Automated Detection and Response to Cyberattacks?
Never have global financial institutions faced such adversaries. The cybercriminal gangs now wield tools that used to be the province of nation-state, and the nation-states now engage in activities that once were owned by cybercrime. The scams and schemes perpetrated against institutions are not new - account takeover, denial of service and ransomware are still in vogue. But the automation that adversaries put behind their attacks - that takes the threat to a new level of persistence and scale.
How prepared is your institution to respond to automated attacks? Have you modernized your SOC, stood up a fraud fusion center, invested in new automated tools to speed detection and response?
Take a few minutes now, please, to participate in the 2022 State of Security Automation in Financial Services Study. The goals of the survey are to:
- Identify current challenges to threat detection and response
- Understand the range of tools currently being used for detection, response and attack surface management
- Gauge the adoption of automated solutions including Security Orchestration, Automation and Response