TechSpective Podcast Episode 091
Gathering relevant artifacts and performing a forensic investigation following a cybersecurity incident is a challenge for any organization. However, for larger companies that have a presence across multiple sites and countries, the challenge is far more complex. Not only is there a higher volume of incidents to respond to and investigate, but there are regional regulations and compliance restrictions that limit where and how data and other artifacts can be shared or transmitted.
Tim Ip, Security Engineer, Incident Response at Adobe, joins me on this episode of the TechSpective Podcast to talk about how they have addressed these challenges at Adobe. Tim and his team have put in place a framework to automate forensic investigation and leverage the cloud to streamline the process.
Check out the full episode for more about some of the issues and challenges organizations face, and how automating the incident response and forensic investigation process in the cloud has helped Adobe overcome these obstacles.
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