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20 June 2019

SecBI makes breakthrough in cybersecurity for SOCs

SecBI, the cyber threat management company, has extended its threat detection solution with automated response, an ingredient that has supposedly been missing from the security, orchestration, automated response (SOAR) market, the company says. Designed for security operations centres (SOC) and managed security service providers (MSSPs), the solution offers detection, investigation and now automated response for threat detection. More specifically, through the solution, users are able to do full scope detection of suspicious activity, improve analysis of threats, couple detection with response to threats, and automatically deliver information from response mechanisms...
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11 June 2019

SecBI Unveils Agentless Threat Detection Solution for MSSPs

SecBI, an Israeli cyber threat management company, has unveiled an agentless threat detection and response solution for MSSPs and security operations centers (SOCs). The announcement comes after SecBI introduced its automated cyber threat detection and response solution earlier this year....
The Concept of SOAR Misses the Point
05 June 2019

The Concept of SOAR Misses the Point

New SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation and Response) solutions are automating cybersecurity in the interest of saving companies time and money. But are they succeeding? Cybersecurity expert Arie “Fredy” Fred takes a closer look....
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03 June 2019

Getting Past Partial Attack Detection

There’s an old joke that goes, “What’s worse than discovering a worm in your apple? Discovering half a worm in your apple…” Security Operations (SecOps) has more than its fair share of half-eaten worms, and that’s a big problem. The SecOps teams discovers an infected endpoint, for example, and remediates the problem. However, they’ve only caught part of the broader infection. The undetected half of the attack can continue on its mission of destruction without anyone being the wiser....
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21 February 2019

What If Sherlock Holmes Was A Robot?

What if Sherlock Holmes was a robot?  This question is obviously designed to provoke thoughts on how the integration of automation and investigation could yield some interesting results.  Appropriately, it is being used as the tag line for SecBI’s current marketing campaign.  SecBI’s Autonomous Investigation technology provides automated detection and investigation that can drastically reduce your security teams’ response times for comprehensive remediation....
03 February 2019

‘7 Minutes’ with SecBI Co-Founder, VP Doron Davidson

SecBI is taking on DarkTrace, Vectra Networks and other vendors in automated cyberthreat detection and investigation with its two main channel streams. The company delivers automated threat detection and investigation for security operations centers (SOCs) and MSSPs. Doron Davidson, its co-founder, and vice president of business development and customer success...
2019
25 December 2018

2019 Cybersecurity Predictions From SecBI CEO Gilad Peleg

2019 will deliver a slew of more stealthy, advanced cyberattacks with sophisticated methods of penetration and distribution (command-and-control). No doubt automated threat detection and investigation will become a ‘must-have’ for every enterprise and organization in one form or another. Here are the top ten cyber predictions by one of the industry’s experts....
IT Web
21 December 2018

10 cyber security trends to watch in 2019

Biometric hacking, an increase in phishing attacks and sophisticated use of artificial intelligence (AI) are among the top cyber security threats to be expected in 2019, as attackers stop at nothing to steal identities and evade detection through new techniques....
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