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  • Logrythm's Security Analytics Platform: Product Overview

    In this e-guide, expert Dan Sullivan examines LogRhythm's Security Analytics Platform, a tool that leverages big data analytics and machine learning to help protect enterprises. Learn how this platform works, as well as insights on its support, cost, and deployment.

  • SIEM Analysis for Security Professionals

    This expert e-guide explores why it's important that SIEM systems have an analysis interface for security professionals, as well as how advanced security analytics can safeguard your enterprise.

  • Automate Log Management to Meet NIST 800-53 Compliance

    The collection, management, and analysis of log data is integral to meeting many NIST 800-53 requirements. Explore how a log management and analysis platform can help your company meet or exceed these guidelines.

  • How to Build a SOC with Limited Resources

    Read this white paper to discover the knowledge needed to successfully build your own security operations center (SOC).

  • 11 Security Analytics Providers Slug it Out

    Forrester surveys indicate that 74% of global enterprise security technology decision makers rate improving security monitoring as a high or critical priority. In this Forrester report, discover an in-depth look at 11 security analytics vendors: where they excel, fall short, and how they compare to one another.

  • User Behavior Analytics: 11 Industry Leaders Offer Peer Insight

    Discover peer insight into User Behavior Analytics (UBA), the result of interviews with 11 security leaders who have deployed or are looking to deploy 3rd party solutions.

  • Building and Instrumenting the Next Generation SOC

    Chris Petersen, co-founder & CTO of LogRhythm, and Roselle Safran, co-founder & CEO of Uplevel Security, discuss best practices for building and staffing today's SOC for maximum effectiveness.

  • Actionable Threat Intelligence: Your Guide to the OilRig Malware Campaign

    The OilRig campaign of cyberattacks have cut a bloody, digital swath through banks and governmental entities in Middle Eastern countries and the U.S. Provide your organization with actionable intelligence regarding threat actors and the tools, techniques, and procedures the OilRig malware campaign uses.

  • The Threat Lifecycle Management Framework

    You can lessen your organization's risk of experiencing a damaging cyber incident or data breach by understanding six key phases of threat lifecycle management (TLM). Discover how integrated TLM capabilities can optimally reduce mean time to detect (MTTD) and mean time to respond (MTTR).

  • Discover SIEM Capabilities For Real-Time Analysis

    In this expert e-guide, learn what 3 SIEM capabilities aid the real-time analysis of collected information and security alarms, allowing for prompt detection of actual or potential attacks.

  • 7 Ways to Simplify Security Intelligence so Your Team Can Work Smarter, Not Harder

    With automated response, your analysts can review the situation before countermeasures are executed, while at the same time greatly reducing mean time to respond. In this resource, you'll uncover 7 best practices for getting security intelligence technology to work harder, so people can work smarter.

  • The Advanced Persistent Threat Lifecycle

    Learn each phase of the advanced persistent threat (APT) lifecycle and discover insight and examples of the log trail that is often left behind at each phase.

  • A Security Intelligence and Analytics Platform That Helps You Neutralize Cyber Threats

    In this white paper you'll learn about an intelligence and analytics platform that allows you to detect and neutralize cyber threats in real-time. Find out how you can centralize your visibility to eliminate data silos, automatically contextualize over 750 data sources to get the most up-to-data view of your security protocols, and more.

  • Anatomy of a Hack Disrupted

    What if there was a way to solve these potentially devastating problems before they occurred in the first place? Access this paper to uncover a real-life situation, in which a malware attack took place but was mitigated before any damage took place.

  • Assessment: 14 Security Information and Event Management Vendors

    The need for early targeted attack detection and response is driving the expansion of new and existing SIEM deployments. Uncover this report to find out how 14 vendors of SIEM technology fared in an analysts' assessment.

  • Explore a Security Intelligence Model for Combating Cyber Threats

    Discover how to fully realize your security intelligence objectives. You'll learn how to keep your security architecture flexible to adopt and mature security intelligence capabilities over time and significantly reduce your risk of experiencing costly cyber incidents moving forward.

  • How to Detect a Ransomware Attack Before it's too Late

    Your organization's defense success against ransomware depends largely on your level of preparation and the tools you deploy to monitor your systems. Learn how effectively defend against catastrophic attacks through early detection and elimination of suspicious activity.

  • Windows Security Management: What's New in Windows 10

    In this white paper, you'll explore how new auditing and logging capabilities in Windows 10 give IT visibility into potential threats. Uncover ways to thwart threat actors by scoping user privileges, logging on with additional credentials, and more.

  • 8 Reasons why Users are Rethinking their SIEM Strategy

    This brief yet informative infographic highlights eight reasons why having the right SIEM approach is critical to productivity, compliance and ROI. Read on to determine if your current SIEM practices are doing the most for your network security.

  • The Future of Security: Advanced Security Analytics

    As security attacks have grown in numbers and complexity over the past few years, security efforts have evolved in the same measure. Advanced security analytics is the next step in cybersecurity. Learn how to shift from a reactive to a proactive approach and what the future of security holds.

  • Basic SIEM Analytics Steps to Know

    This e-guide outlines a beginning for your SIEM implementation strategy. By breaking down SIEM analytics into steps, you can provide your enterprise with improved security management.

  • LogRhythm's Security Analytics Platform: Product Overview

    In this expert e-guide, uncover an artificial intelligence engine that takes security to a completely different level than ever before. Uncover how to leverage big data technologies to help mitigate the risk of targeted, persistent threats.

  • Adjusting a Continuous Monitoring Strategy to a Hybrid Era

    Your monitoring strategy is vital to keeping networks and data secure. Access this e-guide for IT security veteran Dave Shackleford's latest tips on how to factor the hybrid cloud variable into the security equation, particularly when it comes to aligning with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation framework.

  • SIEM Analysis Interfaces for Security Professionals

    This expert e-guide explains how you can avoid SIEM errors by implementing an analysis interface in your SIEM system to ease assessment and interpretation tasks for security professionals.

  • Basic SIEM Analytics Steps to Know

    All SIEM products provide basic data analytics capabilities, but you may be able to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of these capabilities through some relatively small changes. Learn three fundamental steps to take that will help you get the most out of your security information and event management tool.

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