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Detection Reflection: Analyzing 9 Months of Rapid7 Penetration Testing Engagements

In this post, we’ll review results and trends from Under the Hoodie 2018 as they relate to incident detection, including where our red team found success.…

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.…

Azure Security Center and Active Directory Now Integrate with the Rapid7 Platform

Today, we announced continued, more comprehensive development of the integration between the Rapid7 Insight platform and Microsoft Azure. A new integration with Azure Security Center makes it easy to deploy the Rapid7 unified Insight Agent across new and existing Azure Virtual Machines. This automated deployment…

The Rapid7 Belfast Security Operations Centre: Take a Video Tour

Get a behind the scenes look at the managed detection and response (MDR) team in the Rapid7 Belfast SOC. Watch now.…

A Behind the Scenes Look at Attacker Behavior Analytics with our MDR Team

Just a handful of years ago, drive-by exploit kits were how attackers attempted to attack companies and individuals. Today, it’s through the delivery of malicious documents and malware that can quickly contort and disguise where it’s coming from. Attack vectors are constantly evolving—…

Deception Technology in InsightIDR: Setting Up Honeypots

In order to overcome the adversary, we must first seek to understand. By understanding how attackers operate, and what today’s modern network looks like from an attacker’s perspective, it’s possible to deceive an attacker, or at least have warning around internal network…

Deception Technology in InsightIDR: Setting Up Honey Users

Having the ability to detect and respond to user authentication attempts is a key feature of InsightIDR, Rapid7’s threat detection and incident response solution. Users can take this ability one step further by deploying deception technology, like honey users, which come built into the…

Phishing Attacks Duping Your Users? Here’s a Better Anti-Phishing Strategy.

You’ve hired the best of the best and put up the right defenses, but one thing keeps slipping in the door: phishing emails. Part of doing business today, unfortunately, is dealing with phishing attacks. Few organizations are immune to phishing anymore; it’s on…

Rapid7 Quarterly Threat Report: 2018 Q1

Spring is here, and along with the flowers and the birds, the pollen and the never-ending allergies, we bring you 2018’s first Quarterly Threat Report! For the year’s inaugural report, we pulled an additional data set: significant events. While we like to look…

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…

Attacker Behavior Analytics: How InsightIDR Detects Unknown Threats

InsightIDR customers now have an ever-evolving library of attacker behavior detections automatically matched against their data. Read on to learn how Rapid7 SOC and threat intel teams investigate a constant rumbling of attacker behavior and transform it into actionable threat intelligence.…

Finding Evil: Why Managed Detection and Response Zeroes In On the Endpoint

This post was co-written with Wade Woolwine, Rapid7 Director of Managed Services. What three categories do attackers exploit to get on your corporate network? Vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, and credentials. Whether the attack starts by stealing cloud service credentials, or exploiting a vulnerability on a misconfigured, internet-facing…

Rapid7 Excels at Advanced Analytics and User Monitoring in Gartner's 2017 SIEM Critical Capabilities Report

If you’re looking for a SIEM solution, chances are you’ve at least heard of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Security Information and Event Management (SIEM). But what about its companion guide, the Critical Capabilities report? Still yes, probably. If you want to understand…