Product, Security Analysts
Security Analysts: Finding Incidents Using Web Filtering Data
Web filter logs contain valuable security data that can be used to recognize adversaries within your network. This data is a top source for incident responders and forensic investigations — once an attack has already been identified. However, the size and complexity of this data makes it nearly impossible to analyze and monitor, let alone to be able to do this in real-time. Respond Analyst is the first security decision automation solution that brings this data to frontline analysis where it’s more valuable. Real-time analysis and triage of web filter data, during network and endpoint analysis, gives security teams an edge in reducing response times and limiting the impact of some of the most stealthy attacks.
Product, Security Options
Finding Hidden Meaning in your Palo Alto Networks IPS/IDS Deployments
Feeling like you can’t keep up with the volume of your Palo Alto IPS events? You’re not alone. Nearly every team feels the pain of a mountain of data and an ever decreasing amount of time to accurately review alerts. Luckily, there are solutions to analyze alerts so you find those that are truly malicious and actionable - with only an out-of-the-box expert system.
Security Analysts, Security Operations
A Lifeline for Small Security Teams: Autonomous Security Analysis
Can virtual analysts save security teams from drowning in a sea of event data? Listen to our webinar to see how the Respond Analyst uses its superpowers to analyze network and endpoint data and piece together clues that indicate an actual security situation is occurring. Using real customer examples, you will see how the Respond Analyst is a lifeline for under-resourced security teams delivering vetted, documented security situations for response, rather than monitoring individual events and chasing false-positives.
The 3 C’s of Modern Security Operations – Coverage, Context, and Cost
Join Chris Calvert, VP Product Strategy and Steven Wimmer, Sr. Technical Account Manager as they discuss the importance of context in security operations decision-making and how clues may be hiding in your security data. Using data from recent customer deployments, you will see how two organizations improved their analysis coverage and reduced cost by replacing their current MSSP relationship.
Research, Security Analysts, Security Operations
Voice of the Analyst Research Study
In the security world, the bad guys and their malicious activities are frequently the center of attention. We think it’s time to shed some light on the good guys—the Security Analysts—and what a day in the life is like for them. The 2017 Cyentia “Voice of the Analyst Study” is the first report to give the security analyst a collective voice that reveals new insights about their jobs and how this might affect a security operations center. Security analysts are our most critical resource, and often one of the organization’s largest operational costs. While these analysts are on the front line of cyber defense, it may be unclear how they spend their time and how they view their role. Join Wade Baker, Cyentia Institute Founder and Chris Calvert, VP Product Strategy and Co-Founder, Respond Software as they share the surprising results of the survey, including security analysts' opinions about catching the bad guys and what needs to change in their work environment so they can be more effective in their role.