Use Case Engineering
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Use Case Engineering
As cyber attacks continuously become more aggressive and sophisticated, so too must enterprises continuously optimize their detection and response workflows to stay protected – in an agile, yet cost-effective, way. But despite advances in security analysis and automation, SOC teams still struggle to optimize their threat detection & response use cases to filter out false positives and focus only on high-fidelity alerts.
At CyberProof, our Use Case Engineering service continuously identifies and fills gaps in your threat detection and response workflows as your landscape evolves.
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HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
With CyberProof’s use case engineering, you get →
Reduced alert fatigue and more targeted responses
CyberProof baselines your threat landscape and existing coverage against the MITRE ATT&CK matrix and your top business risks to prioritize threat use cases. Our Use Case Factory goes beyond out-of-the-box detections to create new detection rules, hunting queries and enrichment sources.
As a result, the quality of alerts generated by your security analytics platforms improves significantly, as only approved alerts related to specific use cases are generated. Meaning your SOC can respond to alerts in a more effective and targeted way.
Continuously improving cybersecurity defense systems
CyberProof’s team of engineers and developers identify and fill gaps in detection and response while continuously developing and deploying content as your threat landscape changes.
Our unique Use Case Factory uses Agile principles for the ongoing development of kits, containing detection rules, corresponding response playbooks and third-party API integrations for enrichment and automation.
Improved SOC workflows at each and every stage
Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of each stage of the SOC workflow – from alert triage, investigation, and threat hunting to incident response and remediation.
CyberProof’s use case kits provide a central repository where the use cases are organized by various filters such as MITRE tactics, attack type, sector, and more.
Relieve the pressure on your team while maintaining control
Re-focus your internal teams on higher impact activities, with the peace of mind that our expert team is carrying out your day-to-day monitoring and triage of security alerts while proactively hunting and responding to validated threats.
Our CDC platform provides complete transparency into all activities being carried out by our analysts. This includes clear KPI reporting and threat coverage of all alerts and incidents, as well as a ChatOps channel that lets you communicate with our team in real time.
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Frequently asked questions
What is a Use Case?
Uses cases are used to develop detection rules to fill monitoring gaps in technologies such as the SIEM. But to successfully limit the impact of a cyber attack, use cases need contextually relevant content to detect and respond to threats. At CyberProof, we deploy a ‘Use Case Kit’ for each attack scenario which includes a detection rule, response playbook, and API integrations to enable alert enrichment and automations.
What is the Use Case Catalog?
The Use Case Catalog is our central repository where use cases are grouped under MITRE tactics and techniques. New use cases are continuously added to the catalogue based on cyber threat trends and the catalog is used to quickly select and onboard existing Use Cases for clients who may operate in the same industry, or face similar threats.
Is this service included in your MDR offering?
Our Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service uses our extensive catalog of existing Use Cases to ensure you are covered against the most common threats. However, if more complex Use Cases are required that require custom detection and response content, which is not covered in our catalog, then we can help you with our Use Case Engineering service.