The all-new IBM i2 QRadar Offense Investigator makes it easier for cyberanalysts to gather and pinpoint data trends regarding vulnerabilities and threats.
Unfortunately, the Hollywood approach of security hype doesn't do much to help organizations improve their actual security.
Security intelligence solutions such as QRadar UBA enable analysts to detect potentially malicious activity on Microsoft Office 365 cloud-based apps.
SIEM solutions are not meant to prevent security breaches. Rather, they are designed to strengthen the organization's overall security posture.
With so much security data and threat intelligence available, IT professionals are struggling to stay afloat in this expansive ocean of information.
To get the most out of SIEM tools such as QRadar, security analysts should abandon the traditional Waterfall methodology and adopt the Agile approach.
When implementing threat hunting programs for the first time, IT teams should start with basic concepts, then add more capabilities gradually.
Moving SIEM to the cloud enables QRadar customers to increase time to value, address the IT skills shortage and maintain control of their infrastructures.
Security intelligence analysts must know the three elements of cybersecurity — threat intelligence, event intelligence and enrichment — to thwart threats.
As threats become more advanced, it's increasingly critical for security teams to proactively monitor what's happening within and outside of IBM i.