IBM QRadar on Cloud is a network security intelligence and analytics offering that can help you detect cybersecurity attacks and network breaches so that you can take action before any considerable damage is done or begin to immediately respond to any critical data losses. As a cloud-based service, you and your team will be focused on reviewing anomalous conditions and patching the most important asset vulnerabilities rather than acquiring and deploying technology components. You can begin using IBM QRadar on Cloud by paying a monthly fee and rapidly scaling to meet your needs.
Security analysts feel the pressures of lack of cybersecurity talent and job fatigue and are often unable to manage the enormous volume of insights day-to-day. This leaves businesses vulnerable to unaddressed security threats. Enter QRadar Advisor with Watson. It automates routine SOC tasks, finds commonalities across investigations and provides actionable feedback to analysts, freeing them up to focus on more important elements of the investigation and increase analyst efficiency. See how QRadar Advisor with Watson can force multiply your team’s efforts to drive consistent and deeper investigation and reduce dwell times.
IBM® QRadar® User Behavior Analytics (UBA) analyzes user activity to detect malicious insiders and determine if a user’s credentials have been compromised. Security analysts can easily see risky users, view their anomalous activities and drill down into the underlying log and flow data that contributed to a user’s risk score. As an integrated component of the QRadar Security Intelligence Platform, UBA leverages out of the box behavioral rules and machine learning (ML) models to add user context to network, log, vulnerability and threat data to more quickly and accurately detect attacks.
Attackers can't hide on your network with IBM® QRadar® Network Insights. Security teams are flooded with security log activity every day, but inspecting those logs does not always generate the level of insight required to detect modern threats. They are eager to find additional methods to provide more accurate threat detection. QRadar Network Insights analyzes network data in real-time to uncover an attacker’s footprints and expose hidden security threats in many scenarios before they can damage your organization, including: phishing e-mails, malware, data exfiltration, lateral movement, DNS and other application abuse, and compliance gaps.
IBM® QRadar® Vulnerability Manager senses security vulnerabilities, adds context and helps prioritize remediation activities. Fully integrated with the QRadar Security Intelligence Platform, it uses advanced analytics to enrich the results of vulnerability scans to lower risk and achieve compliance. QRadar Vulnerability Manager correlates vulnerability data with network topology and connection data to intelligently manage risk. A policy engine automates compliance checks. Using QRadar Vulnerability Manager will help your security team develop an optimized action plan to address security exposures to work more efficiently and decrease costs.
IBM® QRadar® Incident Forensics allows you to retrace the step-by-step actions of a potential attacker and quickly and easily conduct an in-depth forensics investigation of suspected malicious network security incidents. It reduces the time it takes security teams to investigate QRadar offense records, in many cases from days to hours—or even minutes. It can also help you remediate a network security breach and prevent it from happening again. IBM QRadar Packet Capture appliances are also available to store and manage data if no other network packet capture (PCAP) device is deployed.
IBM QRadar Data Store enables organizations to cost-effectively collect, parse and store large volumes of security and IT operations data. Unlike other solutions, IBM QRadar Data Store has a predictable pricing model based on the number of hosts that store data, and customers can optionally add as much storage and compute power as needed. Now, you can build a security data lake without breaking your budget or adding another vendor to your security stack. With all your data in one place, you can achieve easier compliance reporting, gain more insightful results, and provide threat-hunting teams with a more-robust data set to query.