SIEM best practices

SIEM Alerts Best Practices

Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) tools play a vital role in helping your organization in discovering threats and analyzing security incidents. Logsign’s internal team continuously makes correlation rules and alerts so that your team’s workload is minimized. In our previous posts, we discussed generating important reports and deriving maximum possible benefits from use cases. In this article, we will be discussing SIEM alerts best practices. As you would have already seen, there is a dedicated section for alerts on the Logsign SIEM dashboard.

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Cyber Risk Management Framework

Data is regarded as the most valuable asset in today’s business world. The examples of critical data include e-commerce data, e-banking data, and Personally Identifiable Information (PII). Therefore, data security is, and data breaches have become an international concern for individuals as well as organizations. The role of the Cybersecurity Risk Management Framework (RMF) in data security is indispensable. The RMF provides a structured, disciplined, and flexible process for managing the privacy and security risks that include information security categorization, control selection, assessment, and implementation, as well as system and control authorization and continuous monitoring.

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What’s It About the Recent Facebook Hack That Affected 30 Million People?

The attacks have struck again and this time affecting millions. In yet another unprecedented hack against the internet giant Facebook, it was disclosed that at least 50 million users (later changed to 30) were directly affected by the newly identified source. It is being said that based on this attack, a hacker would be able to get into and take control of user accounts just as if it were them. In light of the requirements of the GDPR, Facebook was under a regulatory burden to report the breach, which it did in time. Details, however, were not released by the company pending investigation. Only the stipulation that data of users including their private messages could have been accessed was made public initially.

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Emerging Technologies and Threat Trends in Cyberspace

There are a lot of definitions of cyberspace. Military agencies typically consider it the fifth domain after space, sea, air, and the land. However, there is a fundamental difference between these four domains and the cyberspace, which is that (unlike cyberspace) these four are geographical in nature. Whereas, cyberspace is a dynamic field. It does not hold any specific geographical area. We can say that cyberspace can be embedded in all other domains as it is transforming continuously. With its expansion, threat or attack surfaces are also expanding proportionally.

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