IBM Brings Enhanced Data Models to QRadar Advisor With Watson 2.0
November 28, 2018 / Sean Michael Kerner
IBM announced on Nov. 28 that it is expanding the capabilities of its QRadar Advisor with Watson platform to help organizations more rapidly understand attacker behaviors. The IBM QRadar Advisor with Watson 2.0 release is an artificial intelligence (AI) platform that enables organizations to collect and make sense of security data. With the 2.0 update, IBM is now supporting the MITRE ATT&CK framework, which is an open-source playbook that details cyber-criminal behaviors. The platform is also set to benefit from several new learning models that help to provide additional context to security data. "QRadar does a great job taking event and flow data and running correlation to generate a meaningful alert and offense for the SOC [Security Operations Center] to investigate," Chris Meenan, director of security intelligence offering management and strategy at IBM, told eWEEK.