Determine which technology assets are most critical to your business so that you can prioritize investigations and focus on protecting what matters most.
Aggregates threat intelligence from RSA’s research, engineering and incident response teams, as well as external sources.
Leverages best practices and industry standards from NIST, US-CERT, SANS and VERIS.
Move from reactive to proactive and preemptive threat detection and cyber incident response.
Leads to tangible reductions in cyber threat detection, investigation, response and remediation times, with customers reporting detection and investigation times dropping from days to hours and from hours to minutes.
Provides quantitative data about your company’s cybersecurity posture, allowing you to answer tough questions from top executives and helping you make a compelling business case for budget increases or operational improvements.
Applies a unique combination of behavior analytics, data science techniques and machine learning algorithms to identify attack indicators and other suspicious activity and to minimize false positives.
Your Journey to the Cloud: Challenges & Keys to Securing the TripEach organization’s journey to the cloud is unique, but those journeys are more frequently being driven by business rather than technology needs. Consequently, security teams are put in an awkwardly reactive posture. The momentum driving organization’s deeper into the cloud, coupled with the need to secure a hybrid cloud and on-prem environment, present distinct challenges and threats. So what are the implications for security and what does the future hold?
Incident Response Services and Your Security StrategyOrganizations are beginning to understand the role incident response plays in their broader cybersecurity strategy: The faster they can respond to a threat, the sooner they can recover from it and limit its business impact. Yet many organizations lack adequate internal resources to bolster their incident response capabilities.
Closing the Skills Gap with Analytics and Machine LearningEveryone is aware of the shortage of skilled security professionals and that the problem will continue to grow. A report from Frost & Sullivan and (ISC) estimates there will be more than 1.5 million unfilled cyber security positions across the globe by 2020.
Since we can't throw more people at evolving cyber security challenges, this white paper addresses multiple approaches you can use to integrate and automate across systems to better enable the security professionals you do have.
BUSINESS-DRIVEN SECURITY: THREAT DETECTION & RESPONSE You have a lot of options if you’re implementing or augmenting a threat
detection and response program. There are many viable vendors and options,
and some fairly diverse approaches to the process.
At RSA, our view is clear. We espouse the idea of Business-Driven Security –
integrating security as a core part of your business. We believe this approach
improves security in two important dimensions. It makes security teams more
operationally effective and empowers teams to more strategically manage
Business-Driven Security is an important evolution in the way organizations
think about protecting their IT infrastructure, driven by rapid changes inside
and outside an organization, and the fact that legacy approaches to security
have become far less effective.
The 3 Keys to Faster Threat Response InfographicMake sure your team can outrace the next cyber threat, with a
threat detection and response solution that delivers the insights they need to see threats coming sooner and drive them off faster.
"My favorite thing about NetWitness is the great forensics capability, that it can deep-dive into payloads before and after a security event. In addition, you get more information from the same device. For example, if you receive firewall logging information, you actually get more from NetWitness than any other SIEM that I have."
Former CISO Los Angeles World Airports