Exabeam’s new Threat Detection, Investigation & Response (TDIR) use case packages help security operations centres (SOCs) improve workflows from collection to detection, investigation and response using an outcome-based approach. Generally available in Q2 2021, the TDIR packages address the complete lifecycle of security operations (SecOps) workflows with end-to-end content that includes prescribed data sources, detection models, watchlists, investigation checklists and response playbooks to assist analysts with repeatedly delivering successful outcomes.
“Organisations struggle with failed security implementations because they lack the specialised expertise, detection logic and clearly mapped investigation and response workflows for common threats,” said Adam Geller, chief product officer at Exabeam. “Consequently, organisations waste time and resources customising products with minimal improvement to their security coverage. With our framework for use cases, security analysts benefit from comprehensive out-of-the-box content so they can be confident in their ability to deliver repeatable, successful outcomes that will improve their security and translate into significant amounts of saved time and resources.”
“We were able to quickly turn on the ‘out of the box’ use cases and integrate with our systems and processes, improving our detect and response capabilities,” said Jennifer Shields, vice president of information technology, Procter & Gamble.
“Directly mapping common security use cases to response workflows is critical for SecOps success,” said Marc Crudgington, CISO, SVP information security, Woodforest National Bank. “We look forward to working with Exabeam as its new TDIR framework helps our industry become far more use case-driven.”
“Automated TDIR workflows that are outcome-driven, prescriptive and analytics-powered are required to mature and fortify a healthcare SOC today,” said Joe Horvath, manager, information security, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. “Exabeam’s TDIR use case packages provide the prescribed content needed to get us there.”
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