Log files are boring
Most User and Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) solutions rely solely on interpreting log files. That’s why they miss abnormal and suspicious user activity on the endpoint – like renaming files and other obfuscation techniques. They’re also blind to user activity off the corporate network.
In fact, many malicious actions look like legitimate business activities – downloading files, copying and pasting data, using screenshots, compressing files, and sharing sensitive information. Without historical and behavioral context, your IT, security and compliance teams can’t know when an action is a precursor to an insider’s malicious action or user account takeover by an external actor.
VISIBILITY & THE USER BEHAVIOR KILL CHAIN
The Insider Threat Kill Chain describes the steps an insider – malicious, comprised, or negligent – takes to identify and steal sensitive data. Traditional UEBA solutions relying on log data can see only bits and pieces of the actions in the kill chain, leaving organizations blind and vulnerable.
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