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How does this feature work?
- CFTR Admins can go to the “Template Management” module and create custom templates by selecting incident attributes such as stages of the incident response cycle, and incident response attributes such as actions, enhancements, etc.
- Admins can create export templates with custom assigned logos, that can be made available to users.
- Users can define the Traffic Light Protocol (TLP) for exported data.
- Users can also view and export incident details, subject to their access level permissions, in PDF format using available export templates.
How does it benefit security teams?
- Security teams need to cross-collaborate with IT teams, network administrators, developers, and senior management while coordinating responses for different incidents.
- The capability to export incident details in a human-readable format enables quick consumption of incident information by various stakeholders and makes it easy to communicate relevant information on critical threats.
- Based on the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders, users can share the appropriate information that can help them take quick decisions and actions at different stages of the incident response cycle.
- Exporting Incident details can also help in the learning phase, cost assessment, and further improvement of existing IR processes over time by contributing to the organization’s shared knowledge base.
- Furthermore, Managed Security Service Providers (MSSPs) can use the custom templates to provide detailed incident reports for their different clients and prepare regulatory compliance incident reports.
The bottom line
Posted on: August 27, 2020
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