Security professionals need a comprehensive way to analyze user behavior, automatically respond to reports of suspicious activity and manage user access accordingly to thwart insider threats.
Due to their low barrier to entry, increasing availability and high return on investment, cyberweapons are becoming massively popular among threat actors.
Security analysts can nip many cyberattacks in the bud by monitoring for named pipe impersonation and other activity indicative of privilege escalation.
For security leaders, the process of defining an SIEM strategy is never complete. A successful deployment requires careful planning, regular review and a culture of continuous improvement.
Security analysts need access to deep network insights in the form of user behavior analytics to unlock the full potential of technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
If you are planning to launch a new deployment or otherwise expand your security operations center (SOC) in 2018, ensure that cognitive technologies are available to help analysts digest threat data.
IBM QRadar offers all the bells and whistles — and cowbell — security teams need to enhance their SIEM capabilities without paying an arm and a leg.