Deceive to Achieve: The Key to Deception-Based Alerts

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It is not enough for organizations to keep pushing all types of security events into SIEMs and hoping they get correlated and prioritized appropriately for the Level I Analyst. The triage process needs to focus on Prevention Failure Detection utilizing high-fidelity alerts combined with use case focused correlations that answer the key questions accurately and efficiently.

Knowing the user session involved in the breach, processes responsible for communications and other network communications involving a breached system are critical to rapidly isolating and remediating the compromise.

Utilizing Deception-based alerts with endpoint logs, SIEM can deliver on its capability to correlate alerts that matter.

Download this whitepaper to explore:

  • Three key questions that need answers when you suspect a breach
  • Using deception and endpoint logs to backtrack command and control
  • Improving SOC triage workflow with prevention failure detection

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