Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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Run DNS forensics with QRadar’s big data security extension

With the new big data extension in QRadar, you can process a large
volume of unstructured data as illustrated in this demo. The author performs a
version of DNS forensics he takes a list of all the domains visited
by all employees. He then correlates it with the IBM Security
X-Force IP Reputation Intelligence Feed and registrar information for
each of those domains from whoisxmlapi.com. From this analysis, he produces
three reference sets that are fed into QRadar for creating or modifying
existing rules.

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