Automated and AI-based endpoint, detection and response (EDR) solutions are adept at finding anomalies across your network, but not without a major pain point: Too often, they lack the context to understand when an anomaly is a perfectly acceptable sanctioned event, according to Maurice Stebila, CISO at Harman International Industries, a division of Samsung that manufactures visual and audio devices, connected car systems, enterprise automation solutions and connected services.
Security analysts end up wasting their time investigating these sanctioned events, instead of focusing on potentially more serious anomalies that might actually constitute a threat, continued Stebila, in an interview with SC Media at the 2020 RSA cybersecurity conference.
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