by Anton Chuvakin | December 29, 2015 | Comments Off on A Quick Update on Our Research
Since some of you are asking, here is what is cooking….
Just done: vulnerability assessment and vulnerability management (finished Nov 2015)
- “How to Implement Enterprise Vulnerability Assessment”
- “A Guidance Framework for Developing and Implementing Vulnerability Management”
- “A Comparison of Vulnerability and Security Configuration Assessment Solutions”
Cooking now: SIEM updates, security monitoring use cases in depth (due Feb 2016)
- A minor update to the fabled “Security Information and Event Management Architecture and Operational Processes”
- Update to “SIEM Technology Assessment and Select Vendor Profiles” (we will rename it!)
- A new document on security monitoring use cases (fun!)
On the menu for Spring 2016: EDR (formerly ETDR) and IR
- Update to “Endpoint Threat Detection and Response Tools and Practices” (the doc that started all that EDR craze!)
- Update to “Security Incident Response in the Age of APT”
- A new document on EDR technology comparison (fun!)
Likely afterwards: threat intelligence and SOC
- An update to our paper on using threat intelligence
- A note on how to build a modern SOC
- Other fun stuff!
There you have it!
P.P.S No long blog posts — a lot of document writing is ongoing ….
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