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How do you know when your networks are under attack? Do you know when and how to respond? One of the biggest challenges you face in protecting your organization’s networks is recognizing when they’re compromised.
Organizations learn about their network activity by baselining typical patterns of behavior over a period of time to recognize trends and differentiate normal from abnormal activity. However, many organizations don’t know how to form such a baseline, so they attempt to understand their network activity without knowing its normal state.
Protecting your organization’s data and networks goes beyond baselining typical activity. You also must establish a monitoring capability that shows you in real time what’s happening on your networks. However, this monitoring results in mountains of data that you must then analyze to identify trends, and flag and block malicious activity without compromising legitimate network activity. Even if you are using tools to filter the data, without priorities and procedures in place, analyzing the data from these tools can be daunting and resource intensive.
What we need is a way to be made aware of the things in our networks that we don’t know about, and then take the appropriate actions. These could include:
Defense: Whether the obtained intelligence and asset investigation information can be used to improve the defense system and eliminate asset risks
Detection: Whether continuous network security monitoring capabilities are provided to quickly and accurately detect security threats
Response: Whether response capabilities covering terminals and networks are provided to support attack forensic, event source tracing, threat fixing, and other items
Prediction: Whether improvement suggestions can be provided based on the comprehensive analysis of historical security situations, live-network popular attacks, and intelligence systems
Investigation and diagnosisThe IT team performs an analysis and provides a solution to the employee once an incident is raised. If a resolution is not immediately available, the incident is escalated to the proper teams for further investigation and diagnosis of the incident.
Incident resolution and closureAn IT team is meant to resolve incidents using the proper prioritization methods as quickly as possible. Communication can help with the resolution and closure of tickets, with the possibility of automation to help resolving tickets. Once an incident is resolved, there is further logging and understanding of how to prevent the incident from occurring again or decrease the time to resolution.
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