Innovative SOC Strategy Helps Tackle the Cybersecurity Skills Shortage.
Global Investment Firm Bolsters Small Security Team With Autonomous Security Operations
Records processing in JASK differs from the methods SIEM solutions take to process events into alerts. JASK’s multi-step analysis results in Insights - a collection of related threat signals that provide context and timeline for an analyst to review. This brief provides an overview of JASK’s records analysis methodology
The integration of AI-driven security solutions from JASK and Cylance offers enterprises and security service providers superior operational efficiency in the security operations center (SOC).
The real-time integration of JASK & Carbon Black provides high-value alerts and extended contextual investigation insights to our joint customers, all within a cloud-native environment.
Reduce triage time and improve MTTR: automatically turn data to Insights, and Insights to immediate actions with AI-driven leaders JASK and Demisto.
A modern SOC should be built with modern tools: a cloud platform architected to provide the analysts all of the critical information needed to effectively manage the risk of cyber threats to the organization.
The legacy SIEM architecture no longer meets the needs of the modern SOC. Analysts today spend too much time triaging each alert, due to lack of context and visibility, leaving little time available to perform more valuable risk-mitigating functions such as threat hunting. Worse yet, due to the tremendous alert volume, many organizations don’t even manage to review all the alerts.
Today the SOC team is forced to spend much of their time hunting down information on alerts rather than identifying risk, responding to incidents, determining the incident impact, and reducing the time to detect breaches.
The SOC is drowning in systems which are giving them information, but lacking enough context to make good decisions. As a result, most SOC teams are spending too much time on validation and not enough time on problem-solving.
JASK is modernizing security operations with products and services to reduce organizational risk and improve human efficiency.
JASK's Rod Soto sits down with ASIStv for an interview during Blackhat 2018.
City Colllege of San Francisco Distance Learning | CNIT 152 Incident Response October 22 2018 Lecture | The Robot in the SOC: What is SOC Automation
JASK was all in at BlackHat 2018! Watch everything we had in store for the attendees, from flashmobs to a 1923 speakeasy.
JASK took a different approach to the buzz of BlackHat 2018 and gave attendees a chance to “paws” and recharge with friendly service dogs.
Today’s SOC teams are struggling to gain efficiencies that are grounded by the limitations of legacy, on-premise technologies. As a result, organizations are turning to cloud-based solutions to offer the flexibility and scalability they need to keep pace with the modern threat landscape.
Security analysts are frustrated by technology that doesn’t support their needs, they are forced to manage multiple systems and manually correlate and analyze data.
Rocky DeStefano, JASK VP of Product, presents Part 3 of JASK Expert Analysis series. In this episode, Rocky discusses the latest available remote administration tools.
Rod Soto presents Part 2 of JASK Expert Analysis series. In the series, Current Crimeware and Nation State Activity, Soto will discuss the latest need-to-know analysis of the current threat landscape.
In the JASK Expert Analysis series kick-off, Kevin will present on Current Crimeware and Nation State Activity. He will discuss the latest need-to-know analysis of the current threat landscape.
Ultimately, SIEM platforms are ready for a move to the cloud. The two primary functions of a SIEM platform are to ingest network data and perform rigorous correlation and analysis on the data. However, in today’s world of massive data volumes and advanced analytics capabilities, the SIEM on-premise model has cracks that are now widely recognized across users.
At JASK, our customer success program runs on Slack. Outside of our weekly scheduled calls, almost all of our interactions with customers happen in Slack.
This week at JASK, we introduced templated rules to our customers. Templated rules make it easy for customers to create a single rule for a data source that has multiple event types.
JASK is traveling the country in 2019 on our SIEM Insanity Tour to let people get a first-hand experience of a modern SIEM.
In this post, we will cover how to use the JASK API to identify gaps in rule coverage.
How to expand the funnel by customizing workflow inside the JASK platform and pulling the additional metrics via API.
JASK announced a record-breaking quarter (ending March 31, 2019).
JASK announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has given the company a 5-Star rating in its 2019 Partner Program Guide.
JASK announced the appointment of Kyle Derr as chief architect.
JASK announces new dynamic multi-cloud visibility and workload monitoring features that extend its leadership position as the market’s first cloud-native SIEM.
CB Insights today named JAS to the third annual AI 100 ranking, showcasing the 100 most promising private artificial intelligence companies in the world.