LockSince advanced security threats are hard to detect, simple monitoring of traditional security events is no longer enough. Organizations need to be armed with a complete security posture that taps their data, providing valuable context to help you make faster and smarter security decisions.

According to a recent Gartner study, by 2020, 60% of enterprise information security budgets will be allocated for rapid detection and response approaches, up from less than 30% in 2016. The shift is coming. Gartner states that security officers will work more like intelligence officers.

It’s important to quickly adapt to this shift. Using analytics-driven security helps you stay ahead of attacks – external or internal – and protects your organization from costly compromises.

Here are seven ways you can protect your organization from advanced threats using Splunk Enterprise Security:

  1. Insider Threat Detection – Automatically detect insider threats using machine learning, behavior baselines, peer group analytics and behavior analytics.
  2. Advanced Threat Detection – You can use kill chain analysis to trace different stages of an advanced threat, link the sequence of events and enable targeted remediation.
  3. Fraud Detection and Investigation – Detect, investigate and report on a range of fraud, theft and abuse activities in real time.
  4. SIEM – Use for enterprise SIEM use cases such as incident review, incident management support, analytics and behavior profiling, threat intelligence and ad hoc search.
  5. Rapid Incident Investigations – Collaboration enables SOC analysts and hunters across an organization to rapidly investigate incidents using ad hoc searches with existing correlation based on all security-relevant data.
  6. Compliance Reporting – Create correlation rules and reports to identify threats to sensitive data or key employees and to automatically demonstrate compliance or identify areas of non-compliance in regard to technical controls.
  7. Log Management – Consolidate, collect, store, index, search, correlate, visualize, analyze and report on any security relevant machine-generated data to identify and quickly resolve security issues.

Sirius recently earned Splunk’s Elite Partnership, Splunk’s highest partner level. To achieve Elite status, Sirius has made a significant investment in Splunk training and driving business opportunities. We have 145 certified sales reps, numerous sales engineers, and Elite professional services with architect and consultant certifications.

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