DNS, DHCP, and IPAM (DDI) data has the power to increase your security team’s visibility into your network environment and sharpen your approach to detection. In fact, correlated DNS data enables security teams to trace—in real time via DHCP and IPAM—devices making suspicious requests. In this way, IR teams can make faster and more efficient decisions in responding to cyber incidents, and improve performance through the entire six-step incident response process:
Preparation: More comprehensive incident detection and preparedness.
Identification / Scoping: Efficient identification of indicators associated with attacks.
Containment: Greater insight into the full extent of an incident.
Eradication: Move faster toward stopping the threat.
Recovery: Monitor for persistent malicious activity and return attacks.
Lessons Learned: Improve processes going forward.
DDI data is a powerful, yet little understood, weapon for improving incident response. The new report from the SANS Institute, courtesy of Infoblox, provides a detailed roadmap for security teams that want to leverage their DDI systems to advance and improve incident response operations. Download your copy to unlock this powerful tool set today.