Analyzing Behavior to Identify HackersExabeam's Mark Seward on a Two-Step Approach
Using behavior analytics is key to identifying hackers, says Mark Seward, vice president of marketing for IT security provider Exabeam.
In an interview with Information Security Media Group at the RSA Conference 2015 in San Francisco, Seward discusses:
- A two-step approach Exabeam employs to identify and track hackers;
- Tying security alerts from trusted sources with anomalous behavior Exabeam identifies to mitigate damage from hackers; and
- How the market for behavior analytic products is expanding.
Exabeam is a provider of user behavior intelligence that it says unlocks the potential of SIEM and log management repositories to help change the way cyber-attacks are detected and simplify security operations.
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