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Yahoo: All Our 3 Billion Users Were Hacked

The Yahoo hack saga continues, this time with more information provided by the company itself, who reckoned in a statement that more users were actually hacked in 2013 than it previously revealed.

Yahoo: All Our 3 Billion Users Were Hacked

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Splunk on SOAPA (part 1)
« Reply #1 on: May 22, 2017, 05:15:15 PM »
Splunk on SOAPA (part 1)
22 May 2017, 4:33 pm



I’ve written a lot about ESG’s security operations and analytics platform architecture (SOAPA).  SOAPA is happening because enterprise organizations are surrounding SIEM with lots of other security analytics and operations tools to accelerate incident detection and response.  As this occurs, many organizations are actively integrating these technologies together with the goal of building an end-to-end, event-driven, security technology architecture.

SOAPA is impacting security strategies of large organizations, leading to reactions and changes on the supply side.  What type of changes?  I recently sat down with Haiyan Song, EVP at Splunk, to discuss Splunk’s views on SOAPA.  Here are a few highlights of our discussion:

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