In this blog, experts have been examining how the entire information and data is collected, analyzed and processed. And, because of the complexity of the task at that analysis stage, experts at McAfee have been looking at the task of augmenting capability of the human analyst with machine learning and automation. Learning mechanisms for machines and humans are quite critical to this final step.
At McAfee technologies, the greatest progress thus far in automating insights has been the application of McAfee Behavioral Analytics (MBA) and customer machine learning classifiers and McAfee Investigator using our data set of McAfee Enterprise Security Manager (ESM). This combination leverages deep neural network capabilities and machine learning to guide various analysts to insights that then lead to final decisions. The team at McAfee technologies is now focused on extending these guides of investigation at the core of McAfee Investigator, which encapsulate the top-class thinking and practices of expert hunters of the threat so that different analysts can gather more relevant and useful intelligence. You can get any related information to McAfee by simple visiting McAfee.com/Activate.
Those multiple guides of investigation are not just about the questions that good threat hunters generally ask, they are also about how the best and sharp minds answer those particular questions. Collecting and analyzing the objectives of attackers, different methods, and various techniques directly result in operational intelligence of the threat that leads to conclusions about some activity that is quite suspicious sometimes. For example, do we require to work with our tools of the endpoint to change the data and information they throw off and usually create so that experts at McAfee can be more effective with their investigations later on?
To capture these various multiple different inquiries, the team of experts at McAfee tapping into the various different resources of McAfee Customer Zero, our expert teams of Security Fusion Center. McAfee Product Management, Engineering, and the particular Office of the CISO are collaborating together to expand the investigational use cases that are quite relevant to actual investigations. The team of McAfee views their own Security Fusion Center as the best place to learn, to try new things, to fine-tune their own products and make them much better than before. In the entire process, the McAfee team want to help the teams of the Fusion Center triage which events matter, to get to the main root cause and an answer as quickly as possible.
These are several different investigations that are very much human-centric, even with all the Artificial Intelligence and machine learning completely baked in. Human-machine teaming does not try to reduce the role of the particular person. The experts are trying to help the human do a little more with their help and technology they provide.
Experts at McAfee technologies believe that by collaborating together and sharing best practices out there, augmented by the capabilities of the machine, we can help all the teams of security arrive at insights that lead to the final decision, faster and with much more confidence. And that action, that is achieved together, is a very much powerful outcome indeed.
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Robert Williams is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cybersecurity, malware, social engineering, Games,internet and new media. He writes for mcafee products at mcafee.com/activate and www.mcafee.com/activate