Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response now generally available


Barracuda Networks has announced the general availability Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response. Previously available only to Barracuda Total Email Protection customers, the Forensics and Incident Response offering can now be layered with an organisation’s existing gateway security solution.

Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response allows organisations to proactively respond to targeted attacks that were delivered to users’ inboxes. The solution automates a process that otherwise can take hours or even days to complete.

According to the 2019 SANS Incident Response survey, manual remediation of security incidents takes more than six hours for 80 per cent of organisations — with attacks spreading across the organisation. The same process can be automated and completed in minutes with Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response.

Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response provides remediation options to address issues quickly and efficiently. Geo-IP-based insights are crucial to determining geographical patterns in threats, allowing IT administrators to block future emails emanating from the originating region. IT administrators can send alerts to affected users and remove malicious mail directly from users’ inboxes with a couple of clicks. Discovery and threat insights provided by the Forensics platform helps to identify anomalies in delivered email, providing more proactive ways to detect email threats.

“Modern threats are finding new ways to bypass email gateways, so businesses need to take new approaches to prevention, detection and response. Malicious emails may end up in a user’s mailbox, and when they do, they need to be addressed quickly. Many organisations lack the information and tools security admins need to address these incidents, which results in a manual, inaccurate, time-consuming process,” said Hatem Naguib, COO at Barracuda.

“With Barracuda Forensics and Incident Response we have added visibility into what suspicious emails are circulating. We can easily investigate that issue and no longer have to spend a lot of time discovering which bad email went to which users. We can simply perform a search and remediate the issue for several users with a few clicks – removing the email from their inbox. This saves our team a lot of time which in turn saves our organisation money,” said Lisa Nicholson, Backup & SQL Database Specialist, The Salvation Army Western Territory.


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