Tyson Supasatit is Senior Technical Product Marketing Manager at Uptycs and helps the security community think differently about their endpoint data. Prior to Uptycs, Tyson spent nine years at ExtraHop helping people to think differently about network data. From 2000 to 2005, he wrote and edited the Association for Computing Machinery’s TechNews email newsletter.
The results for the 2020 ATT&CK Evaluations for Enterprise, performed by MITRE Engenuity, are out, and we’re excited about our participation and our journey as we were evaluated against the best solutions in the world. Based on the feedback during the evaluation process alongside measurable outcomes, we are delighted with our performance during our initial evaluation [read our press release here]. Notably, in addition to surfacing key indicators of behavior, attacks, and compromise, Uptycs linked the lateral movement of the attackers as they moved from host to host throughout the entire attack campaign.
As enterprises shift their workloads to the cloud, securing cloud environments has become an imperative.
Gartner forecasts that worldwide public cloud spending will increase by 18.4% in 2021 to a total of $304.9 billion. The market research firm predicts that the proportion of IT spending shifting to the cloud will accelerate, with the cloud projected to make up 14.2% of the total global enterprise IT spending market in 2024, up from 9.1% in 2020.
Osquery has grown in popularity because of its broad applicability in enterprise environments. What’s next for the open source project?
Today, Uptycs is introducing enhanced detection capabilities, including a new detections UI that correlates signals (events and alerts), assigns a composite threat score, and maps the associated signals to the MITRE ATT&CK matrix. This new experience equips analysts with the context they need to quickly triage their detections queue without feeling like they’re missing anything. Watch the demo video below to see the new functionality in action.