While many organizations rely on Splunk to alert them of malicious activities, the security teams’ limited bandwidth is challenged by triaging and investigating the huge amount of alerts. These teams are further overwhelmed by lagging indicators and limited information about threats.
Powered by the broadest automated collection from the deep, dark web and closed sources, Sixgill's Darkfeed provides leading-edge indicators in real-time as actors buy and sell malware, hashes, IP addresses, and domains.
Join us for an introduction to Darkfeed and how it works within Splunk to stop threats. During this webinar, attendees will:
- Understand unique and preemptive intelligence provided by Darkfeed
- Get an illustrative demo of triaging and investigating alerts from Splunk using Darkfeed’s rich context
- See how easy it is to conduct deeper investigations of emerging threats or forensic investigations via Sixgill’s Investigative Portal