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Rapid7 Blog

Christie Ott  

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[Q&A] Why Every Threat Detection Strategy Needs User Behavior Analytics

VP of Product Sam Adams explains how UBA works and how it’s evolved over the years to become a core part of threat detection and response strategies.…

Three Expensive Security Operations Costs and How to Minimize Them with SOAR

With the release of our Security Orchestration and Automation ROI Calculator, here are the three areas where companies spend the most resources on security.…

Q&A with Rebekah Brown, Rapid7 Threat Intel Lead, on Attacker Behavior Analytics

Hear from Rebekah Brown, Rapid7’s threat intel lead, on Attacker Behavior Analytics and how Rapid7 is developing next gen threat detections for customers.…

Unifying Security Data: How to Streamline Endpoint Detection and Response

Collecting data from the endpoint can be tedious and complex (to say the least). Between the data streaming from your Windows, Linux, and Mac endpoints, not to mention remote authentication and the processes running on these assets, there is a lot of information to gather…

What Makes SIEM Security Alerts Actionable? Automatic Context

Whether you call them alerts, alarms, offenses, or incidents, they’re all worthless without supporting context. A failed login attempt may be completely benign ... unless it happened from an anomalous asset or from a suspicious location. Escalation of a user’s privileges could be due…

How to Identify Attacker Reconnaissance on Your Internal Network

The most vulnerable moment for attackers is when they first gain internal access to your corporate network. In order to determine their next step, intruders must perform reconnaissance to scout available ports, services, and assets from which they can pivot and gain access to customer…

How to Build an Incident Response Plan: Your Battle Plan

An incident response plan can serve as your master blueprint for navigating the challenges of a security incident, ensuring everything is thought out in advance, secured appropriately, and that everyone on the team knows what to do if an issue does arise. In short, a…