Supervised machine learning can free up security analysts to respond to actual threats instead of sifting through endless streams of false positives.
IBM added Docker containerization technology to its QRadar SIEM platform to provide the agility, stability and robustness needed to fight evolving threats.
IT security managers should bet on a security intelligence solution that can be installed quickly and offers speedy, reliable support.
Using an SIEM solution such as QRadar, security professionals can analyze process logs to detect, hunt and trace the source of threats.
Cognitive security solutions will help IT analysts tackle long-term strategic issues rather than firefighting against the overwhelming volume of threats.
A properly implemented threat intelligence feed can help security analysts distinguish between white noise and potentially harmful traffic on the network.
Threat monitoring is an essential practice for any security program, but there are many approaches that can be taken when embracing this strategy.
The PassiveTotal app integrates threat intelligence with internet infrastructure data to help security teams speed up security incident investigations.
Companies that flout SIEM in favor of an alternative security analytics platform may simply be trading one problem for another.
Over the last few years, there has been a lot of talk about next-generation endpoint security and prevention tools versus endpoint detection and response solutions. Many clients ask the same questions about bolstering their security posture and...