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Top 7 Challenges For The Modern SOC

There are many things that can reduce the effectiveness of your SOC operations.  We are going to look at what we think are the top 7 challenges that have the most impact on the efficient running of your SOC operations.

1. Volume and validity

security operationsThe flood of daily alerts, many of which are false, can mean that analyst spend too much of their time hunting down information on alerts instead of identifying risk, responding to incidents, identifying incident impact, and reducing breach detection time.  

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Modernising Your Security Stack for Greater Visibility With Cloud SIEM

Security teams agree their cloud infrastructures generate more security alerts than similar on-prem environments. Legacy security tools and SIEMs weren’t built for this cloud transformation and have resulted in more threat visibility gaps than ever before.  So what can your organization do to defend against this continuously evolving threat landscape?

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Tackle the Data Deluge Problem for Better Cybersecurity

This month we are sharing a blog from our partner eSentire that takes a look at how artificial intelligence and machine learning can help you deal with data security.

Tap AI and ML to scan security and threat logs as part of a two-pronged approach to security and threat detection

We’re now in a machine-scale world, where the scale, complexity and dynamism of data exceeds human capacity to keep up with it.

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Make your Endpoint Protection work smarter not harder with SOAR

When we hear the term ‘Endpoint Security’ we often think of making sure your organization is protected from malicious actors and cyberattacks attacking via an endpoint. This involves making sure that all the access points into an organization’s critical systems and physical devices are protected from unauthorized access to prevent damage to the rest of the network.

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Not What It SIEMs. How SMEs Can Unlock the Power of Logs Without a SOC

Almost every single computing device, laptop, desktop, router, firewall, keeps a record of things that have changed over time. Borrowing from maritime parlance, we call these “logs”. Logs are ledgers of changes in state, recorded and stored in sequence, and can tell you a lot about what that computing device has been doing, why it has been doing it, and when.

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