Correlating events to identify if they are part of a larger incident or attack is one of the main responsibilities of an IT security analyst. But with every organization generating an incredible amount of data, it’s practically impossible for an analyst to sift through it all manually and identify an event pattern as an attack. That’s why security professionals need a SIEM solution and its correlation engine.
Consider a scenario where there’s a successful Windows logon from a remote IP address, and this is immediately followed by 10 different firewall policy changes. Within five minutes, 10 different processes start, and soon after, there are 100 file accesses and deletions.
These events, if considered independently, may or may not seem malicious. However, with correlation, you obtain a holistic outlook of the larger incident and can judge it to be malicious. To master threat detection in your network, you need to know how to leverage the correlation engine of your SIEM solution, and this webinar can help you do that.
Register for this webinar and learn how to stop malicious breaches
Join our cybersecurity specialist, Ram Vaidyanathan, to learn how to use custom and pre-built correlation rules to track these five security challenges:
Excessive file activity and modifications
Excessive password change failure
This webinar will be conducted in three time zones, so you can choose the time that’s most convenient for you. Once you register, you’ll receive a registration confirmation email from us. In the email, you’ll also find a blog that helps demystify cryptojacking attacks.
Topic: The top-five correlation rules to master threat detection in your network
Duration: 45 minutes
Dates and times: Oct. 18, 2pm AEDT | 2pm GST and Oct. 19, 11am EDT
Claim your spot now and learn how to connect the dots between events and stop malicious cyberattacks. We hope to see you soon. But if you can’t make it that day, we understand. All you have to do is register, and we’ll send you the recording of the webinar. Happy learning, folks!