Avoiding a Breach with Security Analytics and Automated Response
60% of breached organizations included in the 2015 Verizon DBIR were initially compromised within minutes, and yet for most of those organizations it took hundreds of days to detect the intruders.
Fortunately, an intrusion does not equal a breach. In fact, there are usually several steps that typically follow an initial compromise before the bad guys get away with the goods or disrupt a critical service.
Detecting early warning signs such as an initial system compromise, command and control activity or suspicious lateral movement of intruders can provide the necessary lead time to respond and neutralize a threat before the intrusion leads to a material breach.
In this webinar, our guest speaker John Kindervag, Vice President, Principal Analyst at Forrester Research, and Seth Goldhammer, Director of Product Management at LogRhythm, will discuss how pervasive visibility and big data security analytics, when coupled with intelligent automated response, can substantially reduce an organization’s risk of experiencing a material breach or cyber incident.
Attend this webinar if you:
1. Are seeking to reduce your organizations meantime-to-detect (MTTR) and meantime-to-respond (MTTR) to cyber threats
2. Struggle to find the needle in the haystack of security events
3. Believe your current incident response process lacks adequate automation and efficiency
4. You have a first-gen SIEM platform deployed and are frustrated by its complexity or feel that you still have significant blind spots
RecordedSep 23 201561 mins
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Ross Brewer, vice president and managing director EMEA, LogRhythm & Josh Downs, Senior Community Manager, BrightTALK
As technology advances, so does the threat landscape, with cyber criminals effectively exploiting weak points on an almost daily basis. When malware infiltrates an organisation’s first layer of defence, it can spread quickly throughout the network, exposing data and weakening security - and in most cases this happens faster than analysts or administrators have time to react to. Indeed, with reams of data being generated and transferred over networks, organisations are having a hard time monitoring everything, which means potential threats can easily go unnoticed.
Organisations need to rely on machines to detect and respond to threats more quickly and efficiently. Even enterprises with a dedicated security team that monitors the latest security threat trends and understands the blueprint of evolving attack vectors still need to continuously monitor all network activity. The sheer volume of processes, services and applications running on a corporate network is just too much for human beings to monitor alone. However, this doesn’t mean that human analysis is not important.
User and entity behavioural analytics (UEBA) is essential in keeping up with continuously evolving threats and making sense of anomalous network behaviour. Security approaches that utilise both machine learning and human analysis enable all threats to be analysed for effective detection and response, ensuring all data is accounted for and including the human element to help reduce the opportunities for false positives. To keep up with the ever-changing security landscape, companies need to integrate internal and external threat context in their environment by updating processing rules for operating systems, applications, and network devices in order to strengthen the accuracy of real-time machine analytics.
Today’s reality is that organisations will continue to be confronted by increasingly frequent and complex cyber threats. It’s not a matter of if your organisation will be compromised, but when.
The Threat Lifecycle Management Framework (TLM) is a series of aligned security operations capabilities. It begins with the ability to see broadly and deeply across your IT environment and ends with the ability to quickly mitigate and recover from security incidents. The result? A reduction in your mean time to detect and mean time to respond without adding staff to accomplish the job.
In this webcast, Chris Martin, LogRhythm security expert, will explain what TLM is and demonstrate how the end-to-end security workflow helps reduce your mean time to detect and respond to cyber threats.
• The definition and details of the TLM framework
• How TLM enables you to sort through the noise to highlight and investigate concerning incidents
• How TLM works to streamline processes through automated workflow
• Specific use cases TLM can address to prevent major data breaches
Register now to learn how to enhance your threat detection and response capabilities with LogRhythm and Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM).
Seth Goldhammer, Senior Director of Product Management
Throughout 2017 organisations will continue to be confronted by increasingly frequent and complex cyber threats. It’s not a matter of if your organisation will be compromised, but when.
A traditional prevention-centric strategy naively assumes all threats can be blocked at the perimeter, which leaves you blind to the threats that do get in. Many organisations are shifting to a more balanced strategy including detection and response. Enter Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM) - your playbook for rapidly detecting and responding to cyber-attacks.
In this webcast, Seth Goldhammer, senior director of product management at LogRhythm, explains what TLM is, and demonstrates how the end-to-end security workflow helps reduce your mean time to detect and respond to cyber threats.
Greg Foss, Security Architect, LogRhythm & Chris Berninger, Senior Systems Engineer, Carbon Black
Data-driven security is the future, but alarm fatigue and data overload continue to hold Security Operations teams back. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to organise and correlate data so you can simplify the threat hunting process and free up your resources to better detect, respond and neutralise advanced threats.
In this webcast, Greg Foss, Security Architect at LogRhythm, and Chris Berninger, Senior Systems Engineer at Carbon Black, discuss how to proactively search for and detect threats in your network.
• To use endpoint data to gain visibility into your network and understand what’s really going on in your network
• How LogRhythm SmartResponse can help orchestrate security operations
• Threat hunting techniques using Carbon Black within LogRhythm
Register now to discover how to use insights from endpoint data to best protect your organisation from advanced attacks.
“By 2020, 60% of enterprise information security budgets will be allocated for rapid detection and response approaches” according to Gartner Research.
Many organisations are shifting to a more balanced strategy to improve detection and response capabilities. The earlier you detect and mitigate a threat, the less the ultimate cost to your business. By implementing an effective end-to-end threat management process, you can achieve faster detection and response in order to prevent high-impact security incidents, such as major data breaches.
In this webinar, presenters from LogRhythm and Fujitsu will explore how you can implement an effective Threat Lifecycle Management process at a scale appropriate to your business through innovative technology such as:
• Advanced machine analytics, which are key to discovering potential threats quickly.
• Security automation and orchestration capabilities, which increase analyst efficiency to support the entire threat investigation, through to full remediation and recovery.
Understand the process, Threat Lifecycle Management (TLM), which begins with the ability to see broadly and deeply across your IT environment and ends with the ability to quickly mitigate and recover from a security incident. Join this webinar to:
• Determine if your spending is focused on the right areas
• Understand five obstacles you can overcome to help prevent high-impact cyber incidents
• Discover how can you lower your TCO and maximise the ROI of your security technology
Ross Brewer, VP & MD, LogRhythm & Josh Downs, Community Manager, BrightTALK
Research shows that 76% of companies suffered a data breach in 2016, so it’s now almost inevitable that hackers will gain access to your company and your sensitive data.
Security professionals are now looking to deal with breaches faster, to keep their company off the front page and with heavy GDPR fines on the horizon, they’re wise to do so.
Organisations are fearful of damaging data breaches but unsure of the best course of action to protect themselves from major cyber incidents. Whilst a large per cent of businesses focus on building up perimeter defences, not enough are concentrating on monitoring their own network to detect threats and mitigate them before significant damage is done.
Tune into this in-depth one-on-one interview to discover:
•More about the current threat landscape and the dangers to your organisation.
•How you can reduce the time to detect and respond to threats without adding staff to accomplish the job.
•More about how cutting edge technology can be used such as:
oAdvanced machine analytics, which are key to discovering potential threats quickly.
oSecurity automation and orchestration capabilities, which increase the efficiency of the threat lifecycle management process.
•The influence that GDPR will have and steps you need to take.
When it comes to detection and response, you need full visibility into what’s traversing your network.
In this webcast, Dave Shackleford, senior SANS analyst, provides a functional review of LogRhythm’s NetMon Freemium. He also speaks to the NetMon Freemium’s network visibility capabilities and ability to recognise contemporary threats such as bots, beaconing, unencrypted sensitive information, and ransomware.
• Why network monitoring should be an essential component of your security and operations toolkit
• How to automate threat detection that was previously only possible via manual packet analysis
• To create analyst workflow that leverages forensic investigation capabilities
• How to identify potential network threats such as port misuse or beaconing
• To respond to incidents discovered through deep packet analysis
Dave Shackleford, sr. sans analyst, and Seth Goldhammer, Director of Product Management
Enterprise-level security is no easy task. To detect, respond, and remediate advanced threats (and the vulnerabilities that cause them) security teams must get the most out of each security tool they use. For those with immense and complicated IT environments, your security intelligence platform should scale—incorporating cutting-edge security analytics to support everything from incident response case management and automated workflow. All of this should utilise automation to maximise the use of hunters and responders through more efficient searching, reporting, quantifying and visualisation processes.
In this webcast, learn how LogRhythm reduces mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR) through machine-driven, real-time behavioural analytics, rapid forensic search and automated response.
• LogRhythm platform’s overall platform performance
• LogRhythm 7’s streamlined administration capabilities for reduced operating costs
• Accuracy of LogRhythm’s event prioritisation
• LogRhythm’s automation of security orchestration capabilities, with granular risk ratings and built-in case management
Sameer Bhalotra, frm. cybersecurity director at the White House, Kennet Westby, president of Coalfire, James Carder, CISO
The recent DDoS attack on Dyn did much more than simply disrupt service to websites of some of the biggest online brands. It caused many to question our definition of critical infrastructure and the best way to ensure crucial functions are protected.
In this webcast, a panel of experts discuss a number of questions around critical infrastructure and the challenges of protecting it against advanced cyber threats. The panelist also highlight the issues and risks the Internet of Things (IoT) pose to securing critical infrastructure.
• The definition of critical infrastructure
• The responsibility the private sector plays in protecting the nation’s critical infrastructure
• How IoT is amplifying the scope of critical infrastructure
• Where organisations should focus to best mitigate the growing and shifting cyberthreats
Matt Bromiley, SANS Analyst and Incident Response Expert, Rob Lee, SANS Curriculum Lead
This webinar will cover the results of the third annual SANS survey on incident response. It will explore the continuing evolution of incident response, how tactics and tools have changed in the last three years and how security professionals are dealing with increasing numbers and kinds of attacks.
• How integrated incident response tools are in the typical organisation
• What impediments hamper effective incident response
• How budget allocations are projected to change over the next 12 months
• Improvements planned in the next 12 months
Complete the form to learn takeaways and recommendations for incident response from industry experts.
Randy Franklin Smith, Ultimate Windows Security subject matter expert, and Bruce Deakyne, LogRhythm technical product manager
Office 365 provides a centralised audit logging facility that allows you to track what’s happening in Azure Active Directory, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business. This new auditing feature is different than auditing logging within on-premise versions of SharePoint and Exchange.
In this webcast, Randy Franklin Smith, Ultimate Windows Security subject matter expert, and Bruce Deakyne, LogRhythm technical product manager, introduce you to Office 365 Unified Audit Logging.
• What administrative actions you can audit
• What user level actions you can audit
• What other events are captured (such as suspicious logons)
• How to enable auditing
• How to access the audit logs
Office 365 offers a limited web portal where you can search and access audit events online. The duo briefly demonstrate how LogRhythm interfaces with the API to get Office 365 events where they belong—in your SIEM. You’ll also see how LogRhythm’s Security Intelligence and Analytics Platform helps you correlate events across your IT environment and produce actionable insights.
Stephen Pritchard - InfoSecurity Magazine, Bob Tarzey - Quocirca, Nathan Dornbrook - ECS, Tom Salmon - LogRhythm
Good security operations have never been more critical for a business than today. More and more businesses are suffering damaging breaches. Outdated or overly complex security measures are a barrier to productivity, and to adopting new technologies.
Plus, manual processes and a lack of visibility into unusual network behaviour by a user, machine or network device, can slow a security team down.
How can advancements in security technology help to connect, unite and enable better processes to help drive greater business agility?
In this webinar we will address:
• SIEM’s role in enabling fast detection and response to modern-day threats
• Implementing a security strategy that protects company assets and aligns to business objectives
• How having faster access to the right data at the right time, enables better decision making and increased productivity
• How to modernise your operations with real-time visibility and actionable intelligence
James Carder, LogRhythm CISO and VP of LogRhythm Labs
A SOC is a major component of a company’s GRC operations, as well as a critical IT center. But having your own SOC means more than just employing a couple of analysts to read log files. Do you know what kind of budget and expertise you’ll need to have if you decide to build your own SOC?
In this webcast, James Carder, LogRhythm CISO and VP of LogRhythm Labs, discusses the decision-making process you’ll need to go through before you build your own security operations center (SOC) and the impact it will have on your organisation.
• The build vs buy trade-offs for a SOC
• The impact of a SOC on your GRC program and processes
• A SOC’s role in meeting compliance requirements
• Questions you should be asking before building a SOC
Watch now to learn the factors that go into planning for, building, and maintaining a modern SOC.
Chris Brazdziunas, Vice President of Product Engineering, LogRhythm
If there has been one buzzword that has dominated the enterprise market lately, it's “Big Data.” Everybody wants a piece of the big data pie, but Big Data isn’t just the domain of big companies. Mid-size businesses also want to filter their data using so-called "Big Data" analytics tools. But what does all of this really mean? What is security analytics and how can it help a company perform more effective data security across its networks?
This SC Magazine 20/20 webcast looks at the issues surrounding security analytics and how to use them most effectively.
Greg Foss, Head of Global Security Operations, LogRhythm and Sarah Miller Threat Intelligence Analyst, Carbon Black
Security operations is all about understanding and acting upon of large amounts of data. When you can pull data from multiple sources, condense it down and correlate across systems, you are able to highlight trends, find flaws and resolve issues.
This webcast will cover the importance of monitoring endpoints and how to leverage endpoint data to detect, respond and neutralise advanced threats.
• Why endpoints are the new perimeter
• How employees can strengthen your security operations strategy
• Techniques to test and validate security awareness program
• How to take the data that Carbon Black collects, correlate it against thousands of endpoints, and dynamically neutralise threats using the LogRhythm security intelligence and analytics platform
Register now to learn how LogRhythm and Carbon Black can help you strengthen your overall security operations strategy—all within a single interface.
Rob McGovern | Senior Technical Product Manager | LogRhythm
When attackers compromise the perimeter or are operating from within, you need to know. You can only stop attackers from gaining a foothold in your network to expand their presence if you can see them. The indicators of a breach are often first observed within the network itself, therefore network monitoring and forensics plays an essential role in helping to detect, respond, and naturalise attacks.
In this webcast, Rob McGovern senior technical product manager at LogRhythm, will discuss how to quickly identify emerging threats in your IT environment using network monitoring and forensic tools.
• What Network Monitor is and the important role it plays in your security operations strategy
• Real-life use cases that highlight the power of Network Monitor
• How Network Monitor works with SIEM to reduce the mean-time-to-detect (MTTD) and mean-time-to-respond (MTTR) to cyber attacks
Register now to learn how monitoring your network can help you detect and investigate potential malicious behaviour within your IT environment.
Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security Subject Matter Expert, and Rob McGovern, Sr. Technical Product Manager at LogRhythm
Most modern malware operates as part of a system. Whether it’s a multi-part kill chain with droppers and payloads, a botnet with command and control servers, or ransomware encrypting files, the malware on the compromised system talks to other systems over the internet.
If you have been compromised, and didn’t catch malware on the way in, you can often find it by monitoring outbound network connections.
In this webinar, Randy Franklin Smith, Windows Security Subject Matter Expert, and Rob McGovern, Sr. Technical Product Manager at LogRhythm, discuss the top 8 things to analyse in outbound connections from your network to the Internet.
The duo also shows you how Network Monitor tools can help you improve your network analysis and forensics capabilities.
Join this webcast to learn how monitoring your network can help you detect and investigate potential malicious behaviour within your IT environment.
Michael Suby, Vice President of Research at Frost & Sullivan
Unfortunately many organisations today are losing the race against the hacker community by a large margin. As noted in the Verizon 2016 Data Breach Investigation Report, the percent of compromises that transpired in “days or less” has risen from 67% to 84% over the last 10 years. Over this same time period, the percent of compromise discoveries that occurred in “days or less” also improved, but not enough to narrow the time gap between compromise and discovery. In other words, the bad guys are accelerating their exploits faster than the good guys are accelerating their ability to discover.
The path to narrowing the time gap between compromise and discovery, and then neutralising business-impacting incidents, is through a comprehensive and mission-oriented Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). A well-designed SIEM not only advances security objectives, but it also works to direct personnel and process for maximum impact. With limited resources and a rising number of attacks, not all solutions are created equal. You need to ensure they are getting the best bang for your buck.
In this webinar, Michael Suby, vice president of research at the global research and consulting organisation Frost & Sullivan, will discuss the factors that contribute to SIEM’s total cost of ownership.
• How to calculate the total cost of ownership of a SIEM
• The basic functionality that every SIEM should have to confidently breeze through preliminary activities
• The SIEM attributes that will have a lasting impact on your organisation’s cost efficiency in effectively managing risk
Join us to learn the features that should be on the top of your scorecard when evaluating a SIEM for either first-time deployment or replacement.
David Gorton, Senior Product Manager, LogRhythm & Mark Settle Product Marketing Manager, LogRhythm
As a cyber security pro, you already know that users are both an organisation’s greatest asset and its greatest vulnerability. Users can do great damage—and they’re notoriously difficult to catch.
If you’re focused on addressing user threats, User Behaviour Analytics (UBA) can be a powerful tool in your kit. In this webcast David Gorton and Mark Settle from LogRhythm, discuss the elements of an effective user threat detection program. You’ll learn:
•Why detecting user threats is so important—and so difficult
•Different approaches to UBA
•The value of data from across your enterprise
•How to maximise the efficiency of your security analysts
Watch the webcast to learn how UBA can help you discover hidden user threats, reduce false-positives, and properly prioritise the most concerning threats.
BSI – IT-Grundschutz: Compliance automatisieren und sicherstellen
Die Umsetzung des IT-Grundschutz kann viel Zeit in Anspruch nehmen. Dabei können viele technische Maßnahmen deutlich vereinfacht werden.
In diesem Webinar werden Bereiche des BSI - IT-Grundschutz veranschaulicht, welche sich durch automatisierte Vorgehensweisen umsetzen lassen. Dies führt zu einem geringeren Aufwand bei der Einführung des IT-Grundschutzes in Ihrem Unternehmen. Anhand von Beispielen, wie "M 4.81 Audit und Protokollierung der Aktivitäten im Netz", wird aufgezeigt wie sich eine Vielzahl der IT-Grundschutz Maßnahmen einfach und gezielt umsetzen lassen.
Darüber hinaus sollten Maßnahmen aktiv erzwungen und Verletzungen automatisiert und schnell verhindert werden.
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