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|FireEye Report Finds 35% of Large Enterprises Require at Least Three Full-Time Positions for Security Alert Management|
|Posted: Thu Jan 22, 2015 02:02:19 PM|
Independent Global Survey by IDC Highlights Resource and Time Constraints That Prevent Organizations From Responding to Alerts in Minutes
MILPITAS, CA – January 22, 2015 – FireEye, Inc. (NASDAQ: FEYE), the leader in stopping today’s advanced cyber attacks, today released the report “The Numbers Game: How Many Alerts is too Many to Handle?” Drawing from a survey of over 500 large enterprises in North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia conducted by IDC, the report sheds light on just how difficult it is for organizations to manage and act on security alerts in a timely and effective manner.
“The best security solutions in the world fail when the alerts they generate and the people who should handle them are unable to act quickly on them,” said David Bianco, manager, product detection engineering at FireEye. “As seen is some of the most high-profile breaches of the last two years, missing or slowly responding to even just one alert leaves a massive opportunity for cybercriminals and threat actors to do all the damage they need. And with so many solutions producing alerts in an enterprise, it is more important than ever to know which ones produce real alerts and establish stronger processes around response.”
“The Numbers Game” surveyed director-level and higher IT security practitioners from 13 countries: the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, South Korea, India, China, Singapore, and Japan. Participants were asked questions relating to their security consoles, vendor distribution, operational outsourcing, and budgets in order to gain an accurate understanding of their alert management practices.
Key findings from “The Numbers Game” include:
To view a full version of the report, please visit: “The Numbers Game: How Many Alerts is too Many to Handle?”