Moving SIEM to the cloud enables QRadar customers to increase time to value, address the IT skills shortage and maintain control of their infrastructures.
Companies looking to improve their ability to protect, control and monitor their technology infrastructures should follow this basic SIEM maturity model.
The key to aligning security with business objectives is to make assets secure by design, which gives analysts sufficient visibility to respond to threats.
Threat hunting enables security teams to improve incident response speed and accuracy. It also empowers them to remediate threats proactively.
By analyzing attack patterns and making their environments secure by design, analysts can control devices remotely without impeding change management.
To protect their networks from malicious insiders, user negligence and other threats, CISOs need advanced machine learning capabilities such as UBA.
By integrating phishing intelligence with an SIEM solution, security analysts can proactively monitor APTs and manage risks related to phishing attacks.
A platform approach to security monitoring empowers analysts to take their SIEM to the next level with advanced threat detection and response capabilities.
To protect their users from spam and phishing attacks, security professionals should adopt a basic, layered approach to email security.
An automated security analytics platform can help understaffed security teams sift through threat data more efficiently and focus on more critical tasks.