Clever intruders never follow templates or rules, neither should you

Move beyond rules, searches and queries to detect even the most unknown threats.

What are privileged users and systems normally doing?

Have all your audit log data contribute to models of how your users behave.

How do you detect malicious, abnormal activity?

Spot potential issues within seconds, act on breaches at the earliest possible stages.

How do you improve from every encounter?

Tag data that shows intrusive or malicious activity and track it over time.


Operationalize security and compliance monitoring

When everything is following the usual patterns

See what assets, users and systems you have and what they are doing.

Then when intrusive activity occurs detect and act swiftly

Get notified of anomalies produced by your environment as the intruder propes, scans, exploits and performs activity out of the norm.

You may find that someone is trying to access sensitive files, a lot

After a breach, go back in time and review how the anomalies happened across the environment over time.

After the fact, don’t forget to tag the data to detect it again

Tie the learnings from incidents, postmortems etc to the data by adding knowns and tags to the data.

Finally, if the hacker reappears, alert the right person.

Notify on anomalies in Slack, forward to SIEM systems or build custom event driven automations by tying actions to events.

Operationalize intrusion detection through anomaly detection

True detection of unknown unknowns

Know that if your change causes more change you will notice and understand it.

Use data you already have

No need for additional security tools, instead use the data that you already have.

Improve collaboration

One shared view of anomalies and knowns across security, development and ops.

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