Data exfiltration is the unauthorized transferring of data from corporate system by means of flash drive, user computer, IT servers, and mobile devices. Unauthorized transfers can be manually or automatically conducted through a network, with the help of malicious programs. Data exfiltration is a security violation which occurs when a person copies, transfers or obtains the data of the company from a computer or server without permission. While data can be exfiltrated by means of various techniques, it is mostly exfiltrated by cyber criminals over the Internet or a network. In general, the aim and primary target of these attacks are to access a network or machine in order to reach and copy specific data.
Detecting compromised user credentials
Logsign SIEM detects the abnormal behavior of the user by means of a correlation motor. For instance; Logsign SIEM creates an alert to warn relevant IT managers in case a user accesses extraordinary data or systems at unusual hours.
Suspicious Privilege Escalation
Privileged user account is the primary target for access. Logsign SIEM can detect users with escalated authority for critical systems.
Command and Control Communication
Logsign SIEM associates the network traffic with Threat Intelligence service in order to discover the malware which communicates with external attackers. This indicates a compromised user account.
You can use Logsign SIEM correlation skills and Threat Intelligence service in order to analyse incidents that may seem irrelevant with one another – such as USB disc driver insertion and process information, personal e-mail services, cloud storage services or the formation of high data traffic through the Internet and local network.
It can detect the encryption of the data on the user systems. These abnormal incidents on the user data can be a ransomware attack.
According to the Mitre Att&ck matrix, lateral movements can be detected within the framework of the alert rules written based on the techniques listed under the Lateral Threat Detection headline.
Logsign SIEM automatically takes action in order to prevent the detected data exfiltration from spreading.
GDPR states that the institutions must obtain explicit consent from individuals before collecting their personal data and keep these data strictly confidential.
Windows file server acts as a file and folder storage that can be accessed by many users. Even though a working environment based on cooperation has many benefits, it may be difficult to prevent unauthorized access by monitoring the authorizations to shared folders.