“According to security experts, SIEM is currently catching <1% of successful advanced threat attacks"
Part of the explanation is that the cyber threat landscape is continually evolving and attackers are finding innovative new ways to circumvent network defences. Also, most security devices are programmed to recognise and alert on attacks by correlating activity against rules and signatures that indicate a known threat, an approach that will increasingly fail as the evolution of the threat accelerates and as attackers move to bespoke malware.
Additionally, even when security devices detect an attack and generate an alert, analysts often lack the information necessary to interpret the alert for what it tells them, or are too swamped with alert volumes to even process and respond to it.
So, how do you detect unknown threats: those that are new and for which signatures have not yet been created or that are designed to exploit a zero day vulnerability that no one else has yet reported?
How do you enable your analysts to effectively process an unprecedented amount of information?
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