The security industry does a thorough job of conveying the latest cybersecurity news, albeit sometimes to the detriment of the people whose job it is to set security priorities.
A recent Ponemon study revealed a set of habits and practices that the most cyber resilient organizations undertake, such as adopting automation.
By following the example of industry leaders with mature security analytics capabilities, less advanced organizations can improve SOC visibility and shift from reactive to proactive threat detection.
Joining a security community is a great way to get advice and feedback on your incident response plan from like-minded peers.
In its raw form, log data is almost impossible for a human to process, so advanced SIEM solutions conduct a process called event normalization to deliver a homogeneous view.
Security teams can better prepare for cyberattacks by leveraging the different types of threat intelligence to inform decision-making at various levels of the enterprise.
Threat hunting is a complex and labor-intensive task, but it can go a long way toward helping your organization detect APTs before they can cause damage to the network.
Security ecosystems and threat hunting techniques have evolved since the introduction of SIEM more than 15 years ago. Is your security intelligence strategy up to date?
SOC leaders should benchmark against speed, intelligence and accuracy to effectively measure and, ultimately, improve their security operations workflow.
To build a successful threat hunting program, you must thoroughly understand who might attack your organization, what these malicious actors might be after and what tactics they'll use to get it.