2018 Threat Hunting Report
Nearly 3 in 4 cybersecurity professionals don’t feel enough time is spent searching for advanced persistent threats (APTs) in their SOC.
Cyber threats are increasing in both sophistication and frequency, often overwhelming Security Operation Center (SOC) staff. As a result, more organizations are moving away from traditional reactive security while incorporating threat hunting techniques in their cybersecurity strategy.
This report confirms that threat hunting pays off with earlier detection, faster response, and denial of future exploits. Download now and uncover key findings such as:
- Detection of advanced threats (55%) ranks as the top challenge among respondents for their SOC, while the lack of expert security staff to mitigate such threats (43%) rose to second-place.
- 60% of organizations surveyed are planning to build out threat hunting programs over the next three years.
- The top benefits organizations derive from threat hunting include improved detection of advanced threats (64%), followed closely by reduced investigation time (63%), and saved time not having to manually correlate events (59%).
Learn why more organizations are adding threat hunting capabilities, and why it should be a top priority for you as well.