The evolution of cybercrime is weighing heavily on digital forensics and incident response (DFIR) teams, leading to significant burnout and potential regulatory risk. That’s according to the 2023 State of Enterprise DFIR survey by Magnet Forensics, a developer of digital investigation solutions.
The firm surveyed 492 DFIR professionals in North America and Europe, the Middle East, and Africa working in organizations in industries such as technology, manufacturing, government, telecommunications, and healthcare. Respondents described the current cybercrime landscape as one that is evolving beyond ransomware and taking a toll on their ability to investigate threats and incidents, Magnet Forensics said.
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