Threat Hunting

Corelight & Microsoft Defender for IoT: Through an XDR lens

What is the XDR paradox? It’s the hottest term in security but there is no consensus yet on the right definition. Why is that? Many organizations have deployed EDR and are benefiting from it, but also looking to the gaps that EDR can’t address such... Read more »

Monitoring networks for Chinese State-Sponsored Cyber Operations

The US federal government recently took an unprecedented step in the fight against cyber espionage, publishing detailed technical guidance on tactics and techniques used by Chinese state-sponsored actors.  Read more »

CrowdStrike + Corelight partner to reach new heights

Through our newly announced partnership with CrowdStrike, Corelight customers will be able to incorporate CrowdStrike’s best-in-class threat intelligence into Corelight Sensors to generate actionable alerts and network evidence. In addition, by... Read more »

Translating query into action

One of the most important aspects of threat hunting is having a place to start. A question, a theory, or a hunch often begins the hunt. Where you end up may not be where you first intended, but a good hunt will always reveal new information about... Read more »

12 talks to see at RSA 2020

RSA 2020 is fast approaching, and a colleague asked what talks I planned to attend. As I am not attending RSA, I thought I would answer her question anyway, with the hopes that those participating in the conference might benefit from my review of... Read more »

New Corelight app for Splunk: Making network-based threat hunting easier

Want to use Zeek (formerly Bro) network data in Splunk ES, but don’t know how to start or where to look? Read more »

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