Packetsled Query Language (PQL) addresses the need of analysts to ask questions from large amounts of data without being forced to learn a complicated query language. It is a simple, intuitive expression language that lets users focus on finding what they need quickly.
Whether your network analysts are spending too much time on false positives or neglecting to recognize false negatives, when actual cyber threats go unnoticed, fear not. Here are 4 ways to combat false positives and negatives in your network security program.
Mixmode’s platform utilizes third-wave, context-aware AI to inform the user of threats (including Zero-Day, and encrypted traffic) on their network, and reduces the rate of false positives in intel and alerts consistently by 90% or more.
HighCastle used MixMode to provide insights to its Security Operations Center (SOC) analysts so they could better understand clients’ cyber risks, minimize time spent chasing false positives and spend the majority of their time responding to actionable information.