To have a chance at early detection of a targeted attack, organizations need "smart eyeballs" on context-enriched activity reports. This requires the participation of domain experts from outside the security organization.
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Real-time monitoring can provide immediate notification of high-risk or known bad conditions, but will not catch all activity that requires further investigation.
Monitoring for targeted attack detection is more effective when real-time monitoring is augmented by activity analysis reports that are focused on specific domains, and are
distributed to domain experts in the network, server, database and application support areas for "lean forward" examination.
Behavioral profiling and the addition of threat intelligence data can improve the effectiveness of breach detection.
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