How to Investigate a Phishing Incident [Video Series]
Phishing remains the most common and successful way for cybercriminals to steal data. This video shows how to conduct a phishing incident investigation using a legacy SIEM vs. a modern SIEM.
Modern SIEMs use threat hunting techniques so security analysts can more easily and effectively pinpoint specific threats and expose all related activities that bad actors may be using to attack your infrastructure. Read more about the advantages of TTP-based threat hunting.
Read about the new genus of malware that breaks the rules of traditional detection and defense methods. Called fileless malware, it’s unlike other breeds of malware that require the installation of software on a victim’s machine. According to the Ponemon Institute, it accounts for 35% of all cyberattacks in 2018.
Most security analysts start their day with a common question: “What should I be working on today?” The answer can have serious ramifications. On a daily basis, analysts typically must confront an overwhelming number of security alerts, with no actual means to prioritize them. The unfortunate fact is that too often the massive number of security alerts lack the context that’s needed to quickly investigate and remediate so that they don’t become a major breach.