Microsoft Says State-Sponsored Attackers Accessed Senior Leaders’ Emails

The Midnight Blizzard gang appears to have been looking for information about itself. See how organizations can protect their accounts from password spray attacks.

By |2024-01-25T16:58:57+00:00January 23, 2024|CXO, cybersecurity, mfa, Microsoft, midnight blizzard, multifactor authentication, password protection, password spray, Security, siem, Software, state-sponsored cyberattacks, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Microsoft Says State-Sponsored Attackers Accessed Senior Leaders’ Emails

Cisco to Acquire Splunk for $28 Billion, Accelerating AI-Enabled Security and Observability

On Thursday Cisco agreed to buy Splunk in a $28 billion deal intended to address AI-enabled security and observability issues.

By |2023-09-22T22:45:39+00:00September 22, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, cisco, cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, mergers and acquisitions, observability, Security, siem, splunk, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Cisco to Acquire Splunk for $28 Billion, Accelerating AI-Enabled Security and Observability

Google Reveals Combined SIEM and SOAR Update for Chronicle Security Operations Platform

Users of the SecOps platform can preview Duet AI's natural language questions and summarization capabilities.

By |2023-09-18T20:33:30+00:00September 18, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, charles schwab, chronicle security operations, Cloud, cloud security, duet ai, Google, google cloud, Mandiant, Security, siem, soar, Software, Uncategorized, virustotal|Comments Off on Google Reveals Combined SIEM and SOAR Update for Chronicle Security Operations Platform

How to use Microsoft KQL for SIEM insight

Microsoft’s cloud-hosted SIEM software comes with a suite of powerful analytics tools designed to read logs and find anomalies in the data haystack. The post How to use Microsoft KQL for SIEM insight appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-01-27T18:05:29+00:00January 27, 2023|Developer, Microsoft, microsoft siem, Security, security information and event management, sentinel, siem, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to use Microsoft KQL for SIEM insight
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