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Hunt. Detect. Prevent Threats.
Hunt. Detect. Prevent Threats.

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Latest Version Continues Focus on Integration within the Cybersecurity Ecosystem; Provides Improved Policy Management, Alert Data Quality and High-Speed Packet Capture

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"64 percent of threat alerts are not addressed each day"

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Security is drowning in alerts. A recent survey found 54% of security professionals say they simply ignore some alerts, even those “worthy of further investigation" because they can't keep up.

A summary of this [rather startling] study and four others in this roundup:

Threat Hunting: Summaries of 5 Recent Cyber Security Studies http://www.bricata.com/blog/Default.aspx?id=1087

[Cites +Dark Reading, +helpnetsecurity +ISACA, and +Cso Online



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It’s data, not the analytics: garbage in = garbage out,

#cybersecurity #CISO #SIEM

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"Security is not just a technical problem. It's a legal problem. It's a policy problem. It's a human behavior problem."

#cybersecurity #CISO

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Both executives cite the fresh innovation Bricata is breathing into next-generation intrusion detection and prevention – along with advanced threat detection and hunting – as an attractive opportunity.

#nextgen #IDS #IDP 

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Cybersecurity is “amazingly complicated” and the more confident you are of an answer, the more concerned you should feel. A rigorous process of analyzing cyber risks will go a long way toward fulfilling the security goal of business assurance.

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Buyers and vendors alike should provide greater emphasis on the business problem, and how a given product fits into the overall solution mix.

#cybersecurity

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Every company is vulnerable, which is why phrases like “assumed breach” have entered the security lexicon. A good offense is about both making the act of a breach as challenging as possible – and being ready to respond if in fact the organization is comprised.

#cyber #security
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