Detecting Malicious Activity in Large Enterprises

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Ensuring information security and the cyber-defense of an organization can often feel like an uphill battle with no end in sight. Modern enterprises are extremely diverse. With a geographically diverse user population and a mixture of virtual, physical and cloud-based systems, analysts receive data from many angles.

They use a blend of legacy and currently popular technologies, but has security data collection, correlation and analysis kept up with today’s environmental complexities? How are organizations effectively detecting suspicious/malicious activity across terabytes or petabytes of data or when a threat actor may jump from on-premises to cloud to legacy technologies and back again?

This white paper explores advanced threat detections at enterprise scale, focusing on techniques to scale organizational growth as well as the explosion in data available to security analysts today.

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