ArcSight recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, and with it came the release of ArcSight 2020.1, the next step in the evolution of ArcSight as a Next-Gen SOC solution. ArcSight has grown a lot in the last 20 years, and has adopted many new solutions and capabilities (most recently, Interset UEBA) as it has developed into the powerful end-to-end security operations platform that we know today.
Join us at Micro Focus Virtual Universe 2020, happening May 19-21. Find out how Micro Focus ArcSight, Interset UEBA, and our SOAR partners can help accelerate effective detection and response. Get a rundown on the SecOps and Machine Learning sessions you won’t want to miss:
With the Covid-19 pandemic disrupting everyday life and throwing businesses in turmoil, malicious actors are taking advantage of an unfortunate situation and even leveraging Covid-19 to propagate their malicious activities. Businesses are attempting to stabilize a workforce that is partially, if not fully remote. Here are some strategies that can be leveraged to reduce risks in a remote worker environment while meeting business timelines.
In cybersecurity, we can benefit from foreknowledge. One way of accomplishing that is through Threat Intelligence (TI). This intelligence should be based on solid evidence. It should include the Indicators of Compromise, and ask, what is the harm that the threat seeks to perpetrate? One last key ingredient of TI is that it should be open and not proprietary. This TI gives us the capability to be proactive in the fight against cybercrime.
With coronavirus-themed cyber-attacks skyrocketing, we are facing one of the largest cybersecurity challenges of our time. Opportunistic cyber criminals are seeking to take advantage of the chaos. Now our customers can utilize ArcSight to help defend against COVID-19-themed cyber-attacks