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IBM Security QRadar XDR is IBM’s industry leading SIEM product. IBM Security QRadar XDR collects, classifies, normalises, stores, and correlates data from hundreds or even thousands of different data sources, distilling it all down into a small set of actionable incidents, or offences, based on key security use cases like Advanced Threats, Insider Threats, Cloud Risks, Incident Response, and Compliance Reporting.
How could you benefit from a SIEM?
Drilling into the four key pillars of Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) capabilities:
Prioritised Threat Detection,
And Integrated Response to incidents.
IBM Security QRadar XDR gives IBM clients complete visibility into their environments by collecting data from networks, servers, endpoints, cloud environments, applications, and even other security tools and data lakes.
IBM Security QRadar XDR applies advanced analytics to prioritize the most critical threats using methods like the MITRE ATT&CK framework, advanced modeling including behavioral analysis, and correlation with global threat intelligence sources such as IBM X-Force.
IBM Security QRadar XDR automates investigations through machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), reducing the time between threat detection and analysis. This allows security teams to investigate and triage threats more quickly, using fewer resources. IBM Security QRadar XDR also discovers anomalies, patterns, and correlations within large data sets to predict outcomes, and it also supports federated searching, which does not require security data be moved being it can be included in a search.
Finally, one of the biggest concerns IBM hears from clients is the difficulties they have finding skilled security analysts, either due to budgetary issues or the inability to find and hire qualified individuals. This severely hampers their ability to triage, investigate, and remediate identified threats.
IBM helps solve these problems by augmenting security staff with AI-assisted triage and IBM’s integrated Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) capabilities, which includes the ability to create and practice incident response playbooks, automate actions, orchestrate people, processes and technology, and automate privacy notifications.
The end goal is to give IBM clients the tools they need to quickly and accurately address their most critical security challenges, reducing risk and improving staff effectiveness. Let’s drill down into more detail on the four key SIEM pillars.
IBM Security QRadar XDR unifies Security Operations Center (SOC) workflows by providing a set of comprehensive dashboards and processes designed to simplify and improve the process of incident detection, investigation and response, developed through years of collaboration with security analysts at thousands of production IBM Security QRadar XDR customers worldwide.