In today’s ever-changing business landscape, those that operate using a software-driven model will be the most successful. These businesses recognize the power of transforming enormous volumes of data generated by digital operations into real-time insights that propel further success. The ability to do this in real-time, all the time, across multiple functional disciplines, lies at the heart of continuous intelligence.
As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation, a leading global airline company embarked on a major initiative that—when fully completed–would entail moving hundreds of applications to the cloud. However, essential to this initiative was the need for the company’s nascent cloud platforms to first attain compliance with the highly demanding PCI Data Security Standard. Failing to achieve this milestone would endanger the company’s entire digital transformation efforts.
The fitness company sought security information and event management (SIEM) options to protect its operations along with the personal data of more than one million members around the world. By securely monitoring the threats across its entire infrastructure, the company had the potential to dramatically shorten the amount of time necessary to detect and correct vulnerabilities.
Cost-effective, cloud-native platform that accelerates your PCI readiness with ease. Cybercriminals are continuously evolving their tactics to access valuable information, and for organizations that handle credit card data, just one breach can have far-reaching consequences that negatively impact brand reputation and bottom line.
The countdown is on to our 4th annual Illuminate user conference October 6-7, 2020! This year we are going virtual to keep everyone healthy and safe, and while we will miss seeing all of our customers and partners, we are excited to host the premier education platform for machine data analytics to help businesses accelerate digital transformation and customer experiences.
Persistence is effectively the ability of the attacker to maintain access to a compromised host through intermittent network access, system reboots, and (to a certain degree) remediation activities. The ability of an attacker to compromise a system or network and successfully carry out their objectives typically relies on their ability to maintain some sort of persistence on the target system/network.
You can use security analytics platforms to provide better visibility into your environments, detect threats and support investigations, and orchestrate a response across the environment. But to realize these benefits, you’ll first have to select from a diverse set of vendors that vary by size, functionality, geography, and vertical market focus.
We’re excited to announce the first version release of our new dashboard framework: Dashboard (New). Built on top of a scalable, flexible, and extensible charting system, the new dashboards provide customers with deep control over their visuals, enable metadata rich workflows, and create dashboards in a dashboard first GUI.
Compared to even just a few years ago, the tools available for data scientists and machine learning engineers today are of remarkable variety and ease of use. However, the availability and sophistication of such tools belies the ongoing challenges in implementing end-to-end data analytics use cases in the enterprise and in production.
Customers regularly ask me what types of data sources they should be sending to their SIEMs to get the most value out of the solution. The driver for these conversations is often because the customers have been locked into a SIEM product where they have to pay more for consumption. More log data equals more money and, as a result, enterprises have to make a difficult choice around what log sources and data are what they guess is the most important. This often leads to blind spots from a logging perspective and requires that your analysts pivot to other tools and consoles to get any additional context and detail they can during an investigation.
Ever since JASK was founded, we have heavily integrated with threat intelligence platforms to gain context into attacker activity through indicators of compromise (IOCs). Now that we have joined Sumo Logic, our customers have the ability to pull in more data than ever making this feature even more powerful.
As more and more enterprises shift to the cloud, the pressure on SOC teams to protect them against threats rises exponentially. They are the very first line of defense against data breaches and cyber threats that become more frequent and more sophisticated. Increased investment of security tools results in unprecedented volumes of security data and alerts, and while SOCs do what they can to decipher the meaningful from the meaningless, they often become the bottlenecks of the enterprise’s security architecture.
It has never been a more challenging (or better) time to be a service provider for managed security services. With an estimated 1,200+ vendors selling a variety of security solutions today, businesses are looking for help to manage the complexities of supporting these technologies while protecting critical data. According to Gartner, the managed security service (MSS) market is expected to grow to nearly $50 billion by 2023, and last year 32% of organizations increased their use of outside services due to shortages in available resources.