Supercharged SOAR: Meet Splunk Phantom 4.9

The number of cyberattacks launched on organizations continues to rise every year. More attacks means more security alerts that security analysts have to triage each day. Many security teams have turned to a security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) tool to help them automate the ever-increasing volume of security alerts, and respond to threats faster and more comprehensively.

Creating a Scalable and Repeatable Threat Hunting Program with Carbon Black and Siemplify

According to SANS, 82% of all SOCs are investing in advanced Threat Hunting programs, but that is no simple task. Many organizations struggle with incorporating threat hunting into their security operations efforts due to a lack of expertise. Creating an effective threat hunting program requires a combination of the right tools and the right processes. The combination of flexibility and automation opens up the ability for anyone in the security operations center to perform threat hunting at scale.

Intelligence Driven Threat Hunting with SOAR

Most security teams face the same challenges when it comes to their ability to be proactive: skills shortages, lack of visibility into weaknesses and the incapacity of internal resources to detect and eliminate threats. Cyberint’s new solution uncovers existing compromises, malicious activity, persistence, and residuals from past breaches with an intelligence-driven approach to hunt down threats. When managed threat hunting is combined with the power of security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR), organizations can obtain critical context about attacks in real-time, streamlining the response process. How managed threat hunting helps businesses be proactive about their security. Why it’s critical to onboard managed threat hunting service at a time when global challenges like COVID-19 create business disruption and change organizations’ digital environments for months or years to come The types of threats that can be discovered during a threat hunt – from active attacks to the remnants of past intrusions. How leveraging SOAR technology can help automate hunts and better manage security incidents, from identification to remediation, through custom playbooks. Presented By Adi Perez - VP Technology, CyberInt Nimmy Reichenberg - Cheif Marketing Officer, Siemplify

Role of SOAR for Managed Service Security Provider (MSSP)

In the world of digital warfare, internet security has become a daunting task. Cybersecurity threats and attacks; even state-sponsored cyber-attacks are to the fore. Therefore, achieving effective cybersecurity without a few knowledgeable security practitioners and sophisticated toolset is out of the question. We should not depend so much on many security analysts in the age of automation and orchestration.


What Is SIEM? What Is SOAR? How Do They Compare? Do You Need Both?

With all the acronyms floating around in cybersecurity, it is easy to get confused by what means what. Security information and event management, or SIEM, is often confused with security orchestration, automation and response, or SOAR, and vice versa. The reason why stretches beyond their similar syntax. Both SIEM and SOAR live in the security operations center and act as the key technologies to helping organizations detect and respond to threats in an organized and timely manner.

Automating Security on Your Observability Platform: Cortex XSOAR &

Managing a complex microservice-based architecture requires defending multiple endpoints. Automating security covers a vast amount of tools and methodologies, so making sure they all communicate is critical. Additionally, tool sprawl in any aspect of DevOps requires putting automation to good use. The Cloud SIEM focuses on identifying threats. To optimize its effectiveness, we have negotiated and built out multiple integrations tying complementary tools together.