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The Future of SIEM

Current SIEM systems have flaws. Here’s how the SIEM’s role will change as mobile, cloud, and IoT continue to grow.

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Security alert overload threatens to bury security teams

Enterprises can’t keep up with security alert volume, struggle to prioritize the right alerts and ignore a large percentage of the security alert total. They need help!

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Exabeam Wins Excellence Award for Best Emerging Technology at 2017 SC Magazine Awards

This award win comes on the heels of continued innovation for Exabeam with its recently launched Security Intelligence Platform, an analytics-led solution for data collection, threat detection, and automated incident response.

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Cisco Heads Cybersecurity Startup Exabeam’s $30 Million Funding Round

Nir Polak has a playbook. The CEO and co-founder of Exabeam, a San Mateo, Calif.-based cybersecurity firm, is charting the course of his company with the trajectories

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Cisco, Lightspeed back security startup targeting Splunk, HPE

Two of the players involved in the recent sale of AppDynamics helped a San Mateo security startup raise $30 million in new funding.

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Exabeam Marries Analytics App to SIEM Platform

Many IT organizations have invested in security information and event management (SIEM) platforms only to discover that they’ve essentially created a static database that logs security events.

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Exabeam Launches New Security Intelligence Platform To Challenge Legacy SIEM Vendors

Exabeam announced on Tuesday the launch of its new Security Intelligence Platform, a solution it said will extend its user behavior analytics (UBA) offering to disrupt the legacy SIEM market.

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New intelligence platform aims to cut credential-based risks

Many cyber attacks are made using stolen or abused credentials. One of the ways to combat this is to collect activity data and use it to spot anomalous behavior patterns.

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Machine behaviors that threaten enterprise security

Machine learning has moved enterprise security forward, allowing for visibility inside the network in order to better understand user behavior. However, malicious actors are using what is done with machine learning on the inside in order to attack the perimeter.

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The 4 Top Barriers To Effective Incident Response

Responding to cyberattacks is straightforward in some ways, difficult in others. Here are four ways that the process can get tripped up.

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