SIEM Productivity Report

The purpose of the Exabeam SIEM Productivity Report is to understand how Exabeam and other SIEM solutions save time and increase productivity, quickly realize value and improve security effectiveness. With sponsorship from Exabeam, Ponemon Institute surveyed 596 IT and IT security practitioners of which 42 self-report that their organization uses Exabeam as its primary SIEM provider.

Reading this report, you will learn:

- Key findings about how SIEMs reduce time, cost and risk

- How much time security operations spend on different tasks, including chasing false positives

- How Exabeam compares to other SIEMs when it comes to improving productivity

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Ten Must-Have Features of a Modern SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is at the heart of many security teams’ ability to identify and manage threats. Unfortunately, its technological roots are almost two decades old and are showing their age. This white paper presents ten must-have features of an innovative and effective SIEM capable of handling evolving threats. These new capabilities enable four crucial areas of functionality for effectively processing events related to security: collect, detect, investigate and respond.

Download this paper to learn:

- The impact of legacy SIEM technology on SOCs

- 10 must have features of modern SIEMs

- How to improve SOC productivity with modern technology

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8 Steps to Migrate your SIEM

Migrating a SIEM can be seen as a daunting project given all the moving parts. This is true even when the benefits of modernizing your SIEM are clear.

Download this white paper to learn:

- Eight strategic steps to guide a SIEM migration and put your organization on a path to success

- Real life examples and tips to succeed at each step along the way

- The benefits of modernizing your SIEM including better security and productivity

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Rules Versus Models in Your SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technologies have been used for years to detect threats and to address compliance requirements for organizations. Many SIEM tools’ detection methodologies are primarily based on correlation rules that look for known attacks at the points of entry. Such rules become increasingly ineffective as attacks become more complex, longer lasting, or more distributed. Next-gen SIEM tools are behavior and context aware, and models are used to track user behaviors, which makes it very effective to detect unknown threats and complex attack chains.

Download this paper to learn about:

- Difference between rules and models

- Pros and cons of using rules and models

- When do you use rules or models

- Design considerations for rules and models

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Top 10 Use Cases for User and Entity Behavior Analytics

Attacks have become increasingly sophisticated, and often are invisible and undetectable by legacy security solutions. You read about these successful data breaches almost on a daily basis. Security analysts do what they can with legacy tools, but these tend to swamp analysts with alerts that are difficult to understand and are often useless for rapid detection and remediation of advanced threats.

UEBA solutions employ a different approach by using variations of artificial intelligence and machine learning, advanced analytics, data enrichment, and data science to effectively combat advanced threats.

Read the white paper and understand:

- The broad categories of security operations that UEBA can affect

- The use cases where UEBA is applied today

- The use cases where UEBA is applied today

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SIEM Productivity Report

The purpose of the Exabeam SIEM Productivity Report is to understand how Exabeam and other SIEM solutions save time and increase productivity, quickly realize value and improve security effectiveness. With sponsorship from Exabeam, Ponemon Institute surveyed 596 IT and IT security practitioners of which 42 self-report that their organization uses Exabeam as its primary SIEM provider.

Reading this report, you will learn:

- Key findings about how SIEMs reduce time, cost and risk

- How much time security operations spend on different tasks, including chasing false positives

- How Exabeam compares to other SIEMs when it comes to improving productivity

View Now

Ten Must-Have Features of a Modern SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is at the heart of many security teams’ ability to identify and manage threats. Unfortunately, its technological roots are almost two decades old and are showing their age. This white paper presents ten must-have features of an innovative and effective SIEM capable of handling evolving threats. These new capabilities enable four crucial areas of functionality for effectively processing events related to security: collect, detect, investigate and respond.

Download this paper to learn:

- The impact of legacy SIEM technology on SOCs

- 10 must have features of modern SIEMs

- How to improve SOC productivity with modern technology

View Now

8 Steps to Migrate your SIEM

Migrating a SIEM can be seen as a daunting project given all the moving parts. This is true even when the benefits of modernizing your SIEM are clear.

Download this white paper to learn:

- Eight strategic steps to guide a SIEM migration and put your organization on a path to success

- Real life examples and tips to succeed at each step along the way

- The benefits of modernizing your SIEM including better security and productivity

View Now

Rules Versus Models in Your SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) technologies have been used for years to detect threats and to address compliance requirements for organizations. Many SIEM tools’ detection methodologies are primarily based on correlation rules that look for known attacks at the points of entry. Such rules become increasingly ineffective as attacks become more complex, longer lasting, or more distributed. Next-gen SIEM tools are behavior and context aware, and models are used to track user behaviors, which makes it very effective to detect unknown threats and complex attack chains.

Download this paper to learn about:

- Difference between rules and models

- Pros and cons of using rules and models

- When do you use rules or models

- Design considerations for rules and models

View Now

Top 10 Use Cases for User and Entity Behavior Analytics

Attacks have become increasingly sophisticated, and often are invisible and undetectable by legacy security solutions. You read about these successful data breaches almost on a daily basis. Security analysts do what they can with legacy tools, but these tend to swamp analysts with alerts that are difficult to understand and are often useless for rapid detection and remediation of advanced threats.

UEBA solutions employ a different approach by using variations of artificial intelligence and machine learning, advanced analytics, data enrichment, and data science to effectively combat advanced threats.

Read the white paper and understand:

- The broad categories of security operations that UEBA can affect

- The use cases where UEBA is applied today

- The use cases where UEBA is applied today

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Detecting Compromised User Credentials

All the biggest data breaches, judged either by number of records breached or the importance of the data stolen, have involved attackers leveraging stolen user credentials to gain access. In many cases, the credentials were phished from a company or government agency employee, meaning an employee clicked on a planted link and unknowingly handed over his or her credentials. These attackers went on to impersonate employees, escalate privileges and, in some cases, create highly privileged phantom user accounts. Most enterprises and government organizations that experience data breaches have traditional security point solutions, log management, and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions in place. However, SIEM is not a comprehensive solution on its own.

This white paper details how user behavior analytics and security session assembly can help enterprises find and root out attackers that impersonate employees.

Read the white paper and learn:

- How to detect attackers with a system that learns credential behaviors and characteristics

- Where credentials enable attack chain functions

- How to find attackers that switch identities

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Ten Must-Have Features of a Modern SIEM

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is at the heart of many security teams’ ability to identify and manage threats. Unfortunately, its technological roots are almost two decades old and are showing their age. This white paper presents ten must-have features of an innovative and effective SIEM capable of handling evolving threats. These new capabilities enable four crucial areas of functionality for effectively processing events related to security: collect, detect, investigate and respond.

Download this paper to learn:

- The impact of legacy SIEM technology on SOCs

- 10 must have features of modern SIEMs

- How to improve SOC productivity with modern technology

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Securing the Cloud with Modern SIEM Monitoring and Analytics

This white paper describes how a modern SIEM can help you combat increasingly targeted and complex attacks and insider threats. It provides case studies to show how a modern SIEM augments other cloud security solutions like identity and access management and cloud access security broker to better detect, investigate and respond to cloud-based attacks while minimizing the detection of false positives. Security leaders may use this information for planning their migration to the cloud and securing current cloud deployments.

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Insider Risk Management: Adapting to the Evolving Security Landscape

Insider threats remain one of the top causes of security breaches, with both negligent and malicious insiders putting organizations at risk of making news headlines. Still, few organizations are equipped to defend against insider threats.

Download this eBook to find out how to start tackling an insider risk management problem. In this eBook, insider threat expert and CEO Shawn M. Thompson, Esq. draws on the Insider Threat Management Group’s experience training and building insider threat programs for over 500 companies, to:

- Explore insider threat and the risks that organizations face

- Define the “new breed” of insiders and the dangers they pose

- Provide best practices for developing an insider risk management program

This book is for business leaders and stakeholders, security leaders and practitioners involved in managing their organization’s security.

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The Essential Guide to SIEM

This ebook covers everything you need to know about security information and event management so you can work smarter. Learn why a modern SIEM can significantly improve security and productivity through two foundational components: user and entity behavior analytics and security orchestration, automation and response.

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