Conversation about the ways to make threat detection more effective—the daily
bread of Security Operations Centers (SOCs)—goes back to the dawn of the
internet. Is it better to identify badness by signatures or through profiling?
Automation is the most common way to scale, but is it as effective at finding
malicious acts as a manual investigation by specialists? There are too many tools
and, over the years, numerous attempts to consolidate visibility into a “single pane
of glass” have failed. The late 1980s witnessed the first prototypes of anomaly based intrusion detection; 1990s—the first automation of response. Then the first
SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) products born in the late 90s
loudly promised to solve Intrusion Detection System (IDS) alert overload and the
dreaded “false positives.”
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