In information warfare, the need to develop SIEM architecture has become a crucial factor due to the existence of ever-growing cyber threats and their creators – cyber pests.
Threat Intelligence Feeds, in fact, are an actionable threat data related to artifacts or indicators collected from any third-party vendors in order to learn from other company’s visibility and access to enhance your own cyber threat response and awareness. The example of these third-party vendors includes Kaspersky Threat Intelligence and Alient Vault OTX. Threat Intelligence Feeds concentrate on a single area of interest and they are delivered online. For instance, these data feeds can be about IP addresses, hashes, or domains.
No organization has complete protection against today’s sophisticated and fast cyber-threats. To maximize the security posture of your enterprise, you need to evaluate the risks in an effective manner, in addition to the various other security measures. The report in which you describe all the risks – coined as “Security Risk Analysis Report” – has utmost importance for the effectiveness of the overall Risk Management Program. This analysis will identify all the threats and risks associated with these threats.
With a colossal surge in cyber-attacks and high reliance on technology in this digital age, ensuring the security of data and information have become a daunting task. Cyber threats are accelerating significantly even faster than the enhancements businesses are making. Computer networks have become bigger and their interconnectivity using a Wide Area Network (WAN) is worldwide due to globalization. It is hard for current IT security solutions to prevent cyber-attacks. According to Symantec’s 2019 Internet Security Threat Report (Volume 24), Formjacking attacks compromised 4800+ websites almost every month. Supply chain attacks also increased by 78% in 2018. Furthermore, more than 70 million records were also leaked or stolen due to poor configuration of S3 buckets.
Over the past many years, cyber threats have become greater in frequency and more sophisticated than ever. Current security mechanisms are based on traditional reactive approaches such as antivirus programs and firewalls who react once the incident has occurred. Under such circumstances, intruders have a chance to compromise your network either partially or entirely. In order to prevent this situation from happening, security practitioners initiate a threat hunting program as a vital part of their Security Operation Center (SOC).