Magnet Forensics surveyed 492 corporate DFIR professionals in North America and EMEA to provide intelligence tailored to the needs of enterprise decision-makers.
As cyberattacks become more sophisticated and frequent, DFIR professionals are playing an increasingly important role in responding and investigating cyber incidents.
“The increasing sophistication of attacker TTPs requires an increasingly sophisticated response. As organizational defenders, incident responders and forensic investigators are working together to uncover the root cause of incidents in order to harden their environments and improve their security controls.”
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Recruiting, hiring, and onboarding DFIR professionals is a major challenge, so replacing burnt-out team members or expanding the team to share the load isn’t a simple proposition.
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2023 State of Enterprise DFIR
Gain access to the insights from our recent survey of 492 digital forensic and incident response (DFIR) professionals and discover the top 2023 priorities, objectives, challenges, and concerns.