The smallest work unit within a project; the basic building block of a project.
Logs provide feedback on the status of IT resources and all activity going through them. How logs reach the SIEM?
Logs are fetched to the SIEM in two different ways. In agent-based approach, a log pushing agent in installed in the client machine from which the logs are collected.
Then this agent is configured to forward logs into the solution. How exactly would the SIEM raise an alert? Well, now you know that the logs from different devices are being forwarded into the SIEM.
A port scan is initiated against a specific machine. In such a case, the machine would generate a lot of unusual logs. Analyzing the logs, it will be clear that a number of connection failures are occurring to different ports in regular intervals.
Seeing packet information if possible, we can detect the SYN requests being sent from the same IP to the same IP but to different ports in regular intervals.
That concludes that somebody initiated an SYN scan against our asset. The SIEM automates this process and raises alerts. Different solutions do this in different ways but produce same results. Collect logs from standard security sources. Enrich logs with supplemental data. Global Threat Intelligence Black Lists.
Correlate — finding the proverbial needles in the log haystacks. Investigate — follow up and fix. Incorporate — Build white lists, new content. Authentication Activities Abnormal authentication attempts, off hour authentication attempts etc, using data from Windows, Unix and any other authentication application.
Session Activities Session duration, inactive sessions etc, using login session related data specifically from Windows server.
Connections Details Connections can be genuine or bogus. Suspicious behavior may include connection attempts on closed ports, blocked internal connections, connection made to bad destinations etc, using data from firewalls, network devices or flow data.
External sources can further be enriched to discover the domain name, country and geographical details.
Abnormal Administrative Behavior Monitoring inactive accounts, accounts with unchanged passwords, abnormal account management activities etc, using data from AD account management related activities.
Information Theft Data exfiltration attempts, information leakage through emails etc, using data from mail servers, file sharing applications etc.
Vulnerability Scanning and Correlation Identification and correlation of security vulnerabilities detected by applications like Qualys against other suspicious events.
Statistical Analysis Statistical analysis can be done to study the nature of data. Functions like average, median, quantile, quartile etc can be used for the purpose. Numerical data from all kind of sources can be used to monitor relations like ratio of inbound to outbound bandwidth usage, data usage per application, response time comparison etc.Security Event Management* by Glenn Cater.
In addition to traditional security devices such as firewalls and intrusion detection systems, most systems on a typical network are capable of generating security events. Management Reporter – Bad or missing data was encountered while loading the report and its building blocks.
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tl;dr. Schedule time to write and publish the report within 48 hours of the event.
Block time on your calendar so it happens. Along with your text about what you found most useful about the event, include photos and video or audio recordings, preferably embedded in the post. In this episode, I wanted to look at how to write an Incident Report, also referred to as a Postmortem.
Rather than give you something of my own creation, lets look at a Google Incident Report from early , which I think serves as a great example. Festival and Special Event Management, 5 th edition continues the comprehensive overview of the theoryand procedures associated with festivals and special eventsestablished in previous editions.
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