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What is Galvanize IncidentBond?

Rsam’s Security Incident Response Platform (SIRP) simplifies and speeds monitoring and resolution. Our dynamic workflow can replicate any existing incident management process and allows you to make changes as your processes evolve - all from a single interface. Track the lifecycle of a security incident and coordinate actions quickly and with ease. 

Galvanize IncidentBond is also known as IncidentBond, Rsam SIRP, Rsam Incident Management, Rsam Security Incident Response Platform.

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Daniel Eakin
Information Security Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
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Customization and transparency of data, while maintaining a mostly user-friendly UI

What is our primary use case?

The Rsam solution that we have implemented at my employer is used in many ways. Due to the nature of information security, however, I’m not able to divulge details without violating key elements of the concept of what we’re trying to achieve. With that said, Rsam excels at ingestion of data from many different sources with dissimilar data formats and can mash them together to achieve uniformity, relevance and, with that, awareness.

Pros and Cons

  • "The customization and the transparency of data while still maintaining a mostly user-friendly UI, are key features. It allows for me, as an engineer, to evolve the individual components and modules, and to create a much more meaningful picture than the individual pieces in isolation ever could."
  • "Stable – Release – Experimental" system with their releases, and all the proper checks and balances, I’d be an incredibly happy individual. I can appreciate the cause and affect, wherein the customization of the tool drives rapid release schedules, and the paradox that creates with the idea of stable releases. I’d also like more transparency about known bugs and issues."

What other advice do I have?

The wonderful thing about Rsam is that it is incredibly adaptive, it can change with the flow of new trends in InfoSec without missing a beat. It allows engineers, users, and management types to adjust to new threats while maintaining continuity, and demonstrating effectiveness of their teams and providing metrics that continue to warrant their existence as a business unit. The scope of your question, in regards to SIRP, suggests that Rsam exists in a bubble, unaware of the other tools and aspects of InfoSec, but in truth, it really does shine when the synergy between those other pieces all…
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