SIEM & SOAR use case examples illustrate how these solutions work and enable you to work smarter and more efficiently.
Detecting and Preventing Data Exfiltration
Data exfiltration is the unauthorized transferring of data from corporate system by means of flash drive, user computer, IT servers, and mobile devices.
Detecting and Preventing Malicious PowerShell Attacks
As a strong Windows command file language, PowerShell is used by both IT specialists and attackers. PowerShell is an on-board command line tool.
Detecting Brute Force Attacks
Nowadays, Brute Force attacks come to the forefront as a widespread attack due to the developing of more rapid and effective password cracking tools.
Detecting Lateral Movements
Network attacks are getting more complicated in today’s security environment. To obtain basic access information, attackers use various methods such as Phishing attack or Malware infection.
How to Detect Superman VPN User
Employees of corporate firms work in offices and on the field in geographically different places. It is very difficult for these locations and staff to connect to the headquarters from point to point due to costs and infrastructure problems.
GDPR: How to Detect Unauthorized Access to Personal Data
GDPR states that the institutions must obtain explicit consent from individuals before collecting their personal data and keep these data strictly confidential.
How to Detect Unauthorized Access to the Shared Folders
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.
Identifying and Detecting Zero-Day Attacks
A zero-day exploit is the attack that benefits from the security gaps of a program or an application.
Identifying Insider Threats
According to the insider threat statistics provided by the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, three of the first five reasons of security incidents are related to an insider threat.
Increasing the Efficiency of Your IT Security Team
Improvement of digital threats oblige you to have qualified analysts in your security team. Threat detection needs human intuition to decrease the possibility of an unnoticed attack.
It is well known that the signature-based antivirus technologies have lost their productivity as the primary weapon in the fight against malware.
Monitoring and Managing the Highly Privileged User Account
In order to access the organizational resources and sensitive information, the attackers’ primary target is to obtain the privileged user credentials.
Modern-day enterprises own hundreds or thousands of endpoints. These endpoints generate a plethora of log data that can unnecessarily occupy your SOC team.
Various regulations and standards require organizations to collect forensic evidence after a security incident.
Ideal organizations seek to grant minimal access level permissions to their employees for reducing the probability of insider’s threat.
Detecting Insider Threat
Negligence of employees, misusing employee credentials, and data theft by employees are leading causes of security incidents.
Malicious Network Traffic
Malicious traffic can be a result of incoming requests or a suspicious file’s attempt to connect to an untrusted resource.
The primary objective behind phishing attacks is to trick the victims into sharing sensitive or confidential information.
SIEM Incident Triage
Manually, it is not feasible for your SOC team to review every alert that might be a potential threat.
In the ever-evolving threat landscape, an organization cannot sit back and wait for an attack to happen.
Threat intelligence (TI) feeds play a crucial role in the identification of new indicators of compromise (IOCs).