Splunk adds more machine learning, analytics to security detection tools

Splunk on Tuesday outlined updates to its User Behavior Analytics and Enterprise Security software to add machine learning, anomaly detection and enhanced correlation and investigation tools. User Behavior Analytics (UBA) 2.2 and Splunk Enterprise Security 4.1 will be generally available March 30. The two packages can be used together or alone. The overall idea is to enable Splunk Enterprise Security to ingest the behavioral anomalies found by User Behavior Analytics. The updates come as Splunk has notched a few security wins of late. The company landed a large deal with Verizon on Feb. 23. Verizon Enterprise Solutions and Splunk announced a partnership to bring analytics and predictive threat detection to enterprises as a managed service. Splunk’s technology will enable Verizon’s security services. Among the key points for the UBA and…


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