As IT environments continue to grow in size and complexity, security operations (SecOps) and incident response teams are inundated with alerts on anomalous behavior, potentially malicious network activity, data breaches, and more.
Valuable security tools like Splunk make it possible to manage these threats to your organization. However, for these teams, a significant portion of each day is dedicated to responding to alerts generated by an internal SIEM system — and the average organization can only investigate 48% of the security alerts they receive, according to Cisco.
Security analysts need a way to dramatically reduce alert triage and investigation time, quickly prioritize which IOCs to focus on, and resolve more incidents faster to disrupt adversaries.
See Recorded Future for Splunk in Action
Placing elite security intelligence at the center of existing workflows empowers all security teams to maximize technology investments and make them work smarter.
At Predict 2020, John Stoner, principal security strategist at Splunk, took to the stage to demonstrate how Recorded Future’s powerful integrations with Splunk enable security analysts to effectively identify false positives, prioritize security alerts and events, and automate alert response for more efficient security.
Watch the full session below — and explore 30+ more hours of Predict 2020 content, now available on demand.
A SecOps Secret Weapon: Recorded Future for Splunk
Recorded Future puts real-time security intelligence directly into Splunk. This enables security analysts to interact with rich external information and threat indicators correlated with internal threat data via the world’s most advanced security intelligence platform.
Confirming verdicts of malicious incidents is fast and simple with real-time context along with evidence supporting risk assessments. Putting Recorded Future’s elite intelligence in Splunk empowers security teams to move quickly, amplify their impact, and spend their time on the incidents that matter most by:
- Enriching indicators while staying in Splunk
- Correlating Recorded Future indicators with Splunk events
- Discovering additional indicators using the Splunk dashboard
- Enriching the analyst queue using advanced playbooks and automation that leverage Recorded Future indicators to drive confident decision-making
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Author: Ellen Wilson