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8 Common User and Entity Behavior Analytics Use Cases

The world's course towards digitization increases the need for organizations to protect their sensitive data and information more than ever before. According to IDC, in 2025, global investment in the digital transformation of businesses is expected to exceed $2.8 trillion. When you use a significant part of the organization's budget for digitalization, you have to protect this investment. Of course, it's not just organizations that appreciate the value of digital data and information.


How to Stop Insider Threats With UEBA

As the digital transformation continues at full speed, the majority of humanity's routine activities have begun to be carried out through digital channels. As the world digitizes, the potential loot in the lap of hackers grows. That's why we witness the development of new cyber threats every day. This requires all organizations, from the smallest to the largest, to be prepared for advanced cyber attacks.


Understanding Suspicious User Types With UEBA

The cybersecurity threat landscape is evolving rapidly. Hackers and other malicious users are becoming increasingly sophisticated in their attack methods, rendering traditional security tools obsolete. Modern cybercriminals will use any means to break into firewalls, send emails with infected attachments, or even bribe employees to share login credentials. Businesses in all industries must identify and implement comprehensive IT security tools and strategies to protect their valuable assets.


7 Cybersecurity Challenges to Solve with a UEBA Deployment

Proper implementation of a user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) tool can solve lots of cybersecurity challenges by detecting well-hidden and slowly executed attacks, automating the analysis of alerts and logs, and speeding up incident investigation. It can even help you improve employee productivity. But implementing a UEBA solution also requires a lot of time and effort along with a clear understanding of how you are going to use it.


Finding Patterns in the Chaos With User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA)

There’s a great scene in the 1997 film “Contact” where the protagonist Dr. Eleanor Arroway, played by Jodie Foster, is informed that her lab’s funding has just been revoked. Arroway’s lab partner explained that the government lost faith in the project due to concerns of her engaging in questionable activities, such as watching static on TV for hours.