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LogRhythm Major Upgrade

LogRhythm 7.2 Boosts Effectiveness and Efficiency of Enterprise SOCs   More powerful machine analytics, embedded security automation and orchestration, and enhanced performance at scale extend differentiation for company’s threat lifecycle management solution   (November 2016) — LogRhythm, he Security Intelligence Company, today announced the release of LogRhythm 7.2, a major upgrade to its leading security […]

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The Definitive Guide to Security Intelligence and Analytics

(by Karen Scarfone)  My colleague, Steve Piper, and I just finished writing a free ebook: The Definitive Guide to Security Intelligence and Analytics. In this comprehensive ebook, we cover how you can use security intelligence and analytics technologies to greatly improve detection and to stop threats before damage can be done. The ebook has three […]

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Sophos Central Adds Support for SIEMs (including Splunk, ArcSight)

Sophos Central has integrated many of the products a business needs to stay secure. However, we realize that many organizations have products from multiple vendors and leverage a SIEM (security information and event management) to try to make sense of all the security events produced by all those disparate products. With data flowing fast, IT […]

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SecuPi Blueprint

Don’t Settle for Partial Security Solutions

By Alon Rosenthal – For too long, marketing professionals have set the message for the “next big thing” in security, and it is always around some type of attack that only their product can protect against – from SQL injection to APT. As a result, security solutions have become reactive and defragmented rather than preventative […]

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SecuPiConnect

SIEM and UBA – a False Sense of Security?

In a nutshell, SIEM collects network signals, DLP detected malware, and application logs. Therefore, adding User Behavior Analytics to existing solutions that only rely on existing context cannot protect your blind spots, and security breaches go undetected. Malicious insiders and hackers are like ghosts – their fingerprints are not detected nor captured by any security […]

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