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Data Obfuscation in QRadar

Obfuscation was introduced in release 7.2.6 as a means of encrypting payload data fields both on the database and within the GUI. The most obvious candidates for obfuscation are personal data or credit card numbers but any normalised field can be encrypted.

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QRadar Technical Blog: Adding Custom eMail formats

With the release of 7.2.6 the ability to create multiple eMail formats was implemented as an extension of the existing method for providing user-written versions.

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What is IBM Security App Exchange & A Look At Carbon Black's Response App

This series of blogs has been created with the intention of shedding some light on a still rather underused area of the IBM X-Force Exchange, and that is the Security App Exchange. The Security App Exchange has a whole host of applications that add a significant amount of helpful functions and content into three of IBMs most prevalent security solutions, QRadar, BigFix and X-Force Exchange.

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QRadar Use Case Demo's

This blog post contains a very useful list of IBM QRadar Use Cases

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SANS Names IBM QRadar As The Best SIEM For 2015

The QRadar team at IBM Security was delighted to see IBM Security QRadar named as the winner of the 2015 SANS Best SIEM Award. Every year, the SANS Institute surveys its more than 200,000 hands-on security practitioners, most of whom use commercial products, and publishes what the community likes best.

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Attack: Best Form Of Defense From The IT Insider

The IT Insider talks to Satisnet about CyberKombat – a brand new experience designed to replicate a serious cyber-attack on an organisation, giving security teams the opportunity to test their abilities in a real life situation.

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Cybercriminals compete through customer support and guarantees

Hacking was once the domain of extremely tech-savvy experts, but in recent years it has evolved into a diverse market complete with industry verticals, specialisations and intense competition that sees groups who aren’t willing to adapt fall by the wayside as more dynamic services take their place.

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