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Anomali

Anomali® delivers intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, these include Anomali ThreatStream®, Anomali Match™ and Anomali Lens™. Private enterprises and public organizations use Anomali to gain unlimited visibility, speed time to detection, and constantly improve security operations. Anomali customers include more than 1,500 global organizations, many of the Global 2000 and Fortune 500, and large government and defense organizations around the world. Founded in 2013, it is backed by leading venture firms including GV, Paladin Capital Group, Institutional Venture Partners, and General Cayalyst.

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Latest Content From Anomali

Research Report: SANS 2019 SOC Survey

by AnomaliOct 16, 2019

SANS Common and Best Practices for Security Operations Centers (SOC)

Lack of skilled staff, budget, and effective automation are the most commonly cited reasons for failing to achieve excellence in existing SOCs. To gain management support for resources, SOC managers need to move beyond quantity-based metrics to business-relevant metrics.

In this survey, senior SANS instructor and course author Christopher Crowley, along with advisor and SANS director of emerging technologies John Pescatore, provide objective data to security leaders who are looking to establish a SOC or optimize an existing one.

Get an overview of common and best practices, defendable metrics that can be used to justify SOC resources to management, and which key areas SOC managers can prioritize to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of security operations.

See how your SOC stacks up to others, get the full report.


Research Report: SC Media Expert Focus: The Community Approach to Sharing Security Intel

by AnomaliOct 16, 2019

When Everyone Participates—Sharing and ISACs Can Be a Vital Source of Security Intelligence

Information Sharing Analysis Centers (ISACs) are private sector organizations that are sometimes known as Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations (ISAOs). They are one of the most effective weapons against mass cyberattacks, but companies often join ISACs without a firm plan in place on how to interact and leverage threat intel for the biggest return.

The key challenge ISACs face is getting members to understand that its intelligence is only valuable if everyone gives and receives. ISACs can deliver huge security benefits to companies, but it requires cooperation and active participation on the part of all members. An ISAC's effectiveness is predicated on seeing rivals as teammates in fighting attackers.

Read the full Expert Focus from SC Media and Anomali.