Friday, December 8, 2023

IBM Unveils Cloud-Native QRadar SIEM to Maximize Power of SOC Professionals

IBM has recently announced the launch of its Cloud-Native SIEM solution, which is designed to enhance the scale, speed, and flexibility of security teams.

With this new offering, organizations can benefit from improved threat detection and response capabilities, empowering them to better protect their digital assets and stay ahead of potential cyber-attacks.

IBM Security helps secure the world’s largest enterprises and governments with an integrated portfolio of security products and services infused with dynamic AI and automation capabilities.

With an extensive security research, development, and delivery organization, IBM has established itself as a leading global player in the security domain. Its worldwide presence enables it to monitor over 150 billion security events each day across 130+ countries, keeping a vigilant eye on potential threats.

IBM’s commitment to innovation is reflected in its impressive portfolio of 10,000+ security patents that have been granted worldwide.

The report highlights the challenges of securing the cloud, which has a complex attack surface to defend against. The IT industry faces difficulty in detecting and identifying threats in this environment, making it a challenging task.

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In reality, a recent global survey found that less than half (49%) of the alerts that SOC specialists are expected to check during a typical workday are reviewed.

Cloud-Native QRadar SIEM

With the aid of the new cloud-native QRadar SIEM, security teams can optimize their resources to the fullest extent, efficiently identifying and responding to security threats in real-time.

It’s meant to design and improve the job of security analysts by using artificial intelligence to do repetitive tasks so that they may focus on finding and responding to critical security issues.

“Our new cloud-native SIEM is a core element of IBM’s mission to usher in the next generation of security operations, built for the hybrid cloud and AI era,” said Kevin Skapinetz, Vice President of Strategy and Product Management, IBM Security. 

Notably, it is designed to reduce the complexity of security technology and simplify the user experience.

Additionally, it is designed by the Red Hat OpenShift and QRadar SIEM, allowing deeper interoperability to Harness security community detections and investigate across data sources, Deep Partner Network.

IBM also plans to release Generative AI  in early 2024 to advance SOC productivity to better security and perform higher work like:

  • Automate Reporting
  • Accelerate Threat Hunting
  • Interpret Machine-Generated Data
  • Curate Threat Intelligence

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