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IBM & Red Hat provides thousands of security experts and aintegrated portfolio of security solutions to help you detect and prevent advanced threats.
TOP SECURITY CONCERNS FOR MIDSIZE BUSINESSES The “security” umbrella covers a lot of territory. Threats come from malicious hackers and innocent employees—even hardware itself (for example, a crashed hard drive can destroy data every bit as much as a planned attack).
1. Data loss or leakage: Damage can be caused by hackers who find increasingly creative ways to infiltrate systems to steal proprietary data or disrupt operations. But many (in fact, most) security breaches arise from sources that are closer to home. An employee loses a laptop computer. Discarded PCs are sent to a recycling firm without wiping the hard drive. A disgruntled employee siphons off data to offer to a competitor. Midsize businesses must protect their data from malicious outsiders as well as from well-meaning insiders.
3. Unauthorized access to proprietary data – Nearly half of all data breaches are tied to misuse of access privileges, according to security experts; and the number is increasing by double-digits. The fault lies with a combination of lax security technology and poor policy implementation or
enforcement. Too often companies rely on simple authentication schemes that are easy for unauthorized users to guess or find (for example, employees tape their passwords under their keyboards or choose passwords like “12345”). Or, a disconnect between HR and IT means that former employees, contractors, or partners retain access to company networks long after they have left the company, through IDs that aren’t invalidated. Midsize businesses must look for identity authentication solutions that are strong enough to prevent unauthorized access, but simple enough for employees to use without frustration.
4. Inaccessible or unusable data. Data protection isn’t just about thwarting crime. It’s also about making sure the data is available and usable as needed. Midsize businesses need to protect themselves from critical hardware or software failures by building a resilient infrastructure with appropriate backup processes. They also need to identify acceptable durations of downtime and develop appropriate recovery processes.
5. Compliance. Industry standards, such as those issued by the Payment Card Industry (PCI), and laws designed to protect consumers, corporations, and employees specify how certain data must be handled—both in active state and in stored or archived state. Regulations may be issued by any number of governing bodies (for example, federal, state, and even local governments), and they often change. For midsize businesses, the challenge is to continually keep up with regulations that may apply, as well as to prepare and file reports that certify compliance.
IBM developed its “Security Roadmap Industrial and Manufacturing , Banking and Financial Services” to remove the complexity of security decisions for midsize businesses. As shown in Figure 1 below, the Security Roadmap identifies three categories where businesses need protection. IBM solutions in each category span security, compliance, and resiliency. These solutions are often available for on-site or cloud/hosted deployments.
IBM® QRadar® Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) helps security teams accurately detect and prioritize threats across the enterprise, and it provides intelligent insights that enable teams to respond quickly to reduce the impact of incidents. By consolidating log events and network flow data from thousands of devices, endpoints and applications distributed throughout your network, QRadar correlates all this different information and aggregates related events into single alerts to accelerates incident analysis and remediation. QRadar SIEM is available on premises and in a cloud environment.
Gain centralized insight into logs, flow and events across on-premises, SaaS and IaaS environments..
Centrally see all events related to a particular threat in one place to eliminate manual tracking processes and enable analysts to focus on investigation and response.
Leverage out-of-the-box analytics that automatically analyze logs and network flows to detect threats and generate prioritized alerts as attacks progress through the kill chain.
Comply with internal organizational policies and external regulations by leveraging pre-built reports and templates.
IBM Security QRadar is a Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), which can help security teams to accurately detect and prioritize threats across the organization, providing intelligent insights that enable organisations to respond quickly to reduce the impact of incidents. By consolidating log events and network flow data from thousands of devices, endpoints, users and applications distributed throughout your network, QRadar correlates all this different information and aggregates related events into single alerts to accelerate incident analysis and remediation.
Ansible is the open and powerful language security teams can use to interoperate across the various security technologies involved in their day-to-day activities.
Customers can take advantage of the IBM QRadar Content Collection to create sophisticated security workflows through the automation of the following functionalities:
1. Log sources configuration
2. Offense rules enablement
3. Offense management
Ansible allows security organizations to integrate QRadar into automated security processes, enabling them to automate QRadar configuration deployments in recurring situations like automated test
environments, but also in large scale deployments where similar tasks have to be rolled out and managed across multiple nodes.
Security practitioners can automate investigation activities enabling QRadar to programmatically access newdata sources. Also, they now have the ability to enable and disable correlations rules to support incident prioritization in more complex security workflows.
Furthermore, users can leverage Ansible to change the priority of an offense, its ownership and track activities in its note field directly as part of automated processes.
Expertise: Fueling IBM’s security expertise is a research team that rivals any in the world—the formidably named IBM X-Force. This team is devoted to compiling, analyzing, and mitigating the growing number of Internet threats, and has developed one of the world’s most comprehensive databases of threats. Staying one (or more) steps ahead of increasingly creative and well-funded hackers, the X-Force tracks software vulnerabilities (up 36 percent in the past year), identifies sources of threats, and builds countermeasures. While X-Force knowledge is used to develop the pre-emptive security capabilities in IBM products and technologies, the team’s work is considered too important to be kept in-house. Instead, part of the X-Force mission is to educate the market about the nature of threats. To that end, the X-Force publishes its Trend and Risk report twice yearly, and its Threat Insight Report quarterly.
• Expertise: Fueling IBM’s security expertise is a research team that rivals any in the world—the formidably named IBM X-Force. This team is devoted to compiling, analyzing, and mitigating the growing number of Internet threats, and has developed one of the world’s most comprehensive databases of threats. Staying one (or more) steps ahead of increasingly creative and well-funded hackers, the X-Force tracks software vulnerabilities (up 36 percent in the past year), identifies sources of threats, and builds countermeasures. While X-Force knowledge is used to develop the pre-emptive security capabilities in IBM products and technologies, the team’s work is considered too important to be kept in-house. Instead, part of the X-Force mission is to educate the market about the nature of threats. To that end, the X-Force publishes its Trend and Risk report twice yearly, and its Threat Insight Report quarterly.
• Scope: In a fragmented industry, IBM offers the scope and breadth to build a business-wide security plan for customers. The company’s comprehensive security portfolio— comprising services, software, and hardware—covers a range of security solutions addressing user identity authentication, data and applications, and infrastructure protection. The breadth of portfolio and expertise enables IBM to build integrated end-to-end security solutions for every size business, based on their needs.
• Service Level Agreements: IBM stands behind its claims with robust service level agreements—including the industry’s first results-based money-back assurances for many solutions.
• Partner Network: Most midsize businesses work with one or more local partners who act as an extension of their IT team. IBM’s extensive network of certified IBM Business Partners
makes it easy to find a partner in your area to help you implement and maintain your solution.