7 THINGS UEBA DETECTS

February 26, 2018

Bad guys, outsiders and insiders alike, know that traditional security tools work on basic thresholds and understand repetitive attempts to steal sensitive data raises red flags. They keep their activity slow enough with low volume, exfiltrating small amounts of data over time, to stay under the radar. UEBA identifies these types of reoccurring behaviors and notifies investigators immediately! Someone assigned to a specific role or group accesses data that’s not necessary for them to do their job. The person attempts to mask the activity within the noise of the group, hoping to go unseen. UEBA detects those behaviors and alerts investigators.

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