As Halloween Approaches, Splunk Uses Analytics To Make Cyber Attacks Less Scary

Monzy Merzachief security evangelist “The big trajectory at Splunk has always been: ‘How do we enable the analyst through data, context and intelligence.” Manage Expanding Data Volumes for Analytics & Operations This year, Splunk will move to make Halloween less scary for enterprises worried about cyber attacks. On Oct 31, Splunk is set to ship new technologies to help analysts detect, diagnose and respond to security attacks even more easily and quickly. The offerings are Splunk Enterprise Security 4.0 (an upgrade to the formerly-called Splunk App for Enterprise Security) and Splunk User Behavior Analytics (based on Splunk’s recent acquisition of Caspida). Together, Splunk’s latest offerings debuted at Splunk’s .conf2015 user conference, reflect a big leap in how machine logs and machine learning can be enlisted in the fight against cyberthreats…


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