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Why Is Traditional SIEM Not Enough Anymore?

Cybersecurity has been gaining more and more importance due to the increasing number of cyber attacks and hackers threatening organizations of every size. In order to enable your business operations to continue and your organization to be safe and secure, you should benefit from real-time security monitoring, threat detection, investigation and automated responses. Once implemented, a SIEM solution becomes a vital component of an enterprise security strategy.

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Advancing Cybersecurity with Data Lakes

As companies generate an ever-increasing amount of data, security information and event management (SIEM) becomes increasingly challenging. Cybersecurity professionals have more to manage, and as cybercrime rises, there is less time to do so. While big data poses challenges for security teams, it also presents an opportunity. As of 2019, 52.5% of organizations worldwide have been using big data, with another 38% planning to do so in the future.

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Advancing Cybersecurity with Data Lakes

Written by Devin Partida As companies generate an ever-increasing amount of data, security information and event management (SIEM) becomes increasingly challenging. Cybersecurity professionals have more to manage, and as cybercrime rises, there is less time to do so. While big data poses challenges for security teams, it also presents an opportunity. As of 2019, 52.5% of organizations worldwide have been using big data, with another 38% planning to do so in the future.

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What is an Incident Response Plan and How to Create One?

Regardless of size, every company could experience a cybersecurity incident one day. Security incidents can occur in companies, public institutions, schools, etc. Cybersecurity incident actions are similar to actions to be taken in response to a security incident, for example in a school. It is an inevitable reality that your network may be exposed to an incident threat.

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The Logsign Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) provides you to streamline your security operations & improve the maturity of your security stack on a centralized and comprehensive platform. Automate your workflows, orchestrate your tools and people, reduce response times.
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Streamlining Security Incident Management & Responses

In order to get a grasp on how to ease security incident management and response processes, there are terms to be clarified first. First of all, a security incident is the common name of an attack towards an organization’s cybersecurity system, network, or data in general. In addition, TechSlang also includes successful attacks within the term “incident”. Therefore, whether impactful or not, all types of attacks, violations, or exploitations can be described as security incidents.

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Top 5 Cybersecurity Threats and Vulnerabilities in 2021

As the pandemic starts to fade, it can be easy to fall into a false sense of security. While there’s finally an end to COVID-19 insight, the cybersecurity pandemic rages on. 2020 was a record year for cybercrime, and the same threats will plague 2021. Amid the disruptions of 2020, many businesses embraced remote work, cloud services, and IoT technologies. These changes, in turn, led to a shifting cybersecurity landscape as cybercriminals adapted and new threats emerged.

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What is SOAR?

If an individual wants to acquire information about cyber security, or cyber security tools in general, coming across SOAR is inevitable. Since the SOAR abbreviation is all over the place, the importance of it is also easy to recognize. What makes SOAR crucial for cyber security then? In order to answer this question, the full name of the tool should be addressed. SOAR stands for** Security Orchestration Automation and Response**.

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How Does Insider Threat Detection Work & Why is it Crucial?

Attaining a strong cyber security posture is a multi-layered process and includes various essential components. Among those, insider threat detection holds unignorable importance. Therefore, it is crucial to obtain a deeper understanding of what insider threat detection is. Basically, an insider threat is a security risk that’s originated within the boundaries of the organization itself. Unlike outside attacks, insider threats are mainly caused by employees.