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Integrated Response with v32 of IBM Resilient

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Email integration is an important tool in the IR process. Email ingestion allows alerts to be consumed from external tools that do not have available APIs. Email-driven phishing attacks are also one of the most common investigations for most security teams. A key capability v32 of the Resilient platform is a complete overhaul of the email connector. This updated email capability, now integrated into the core Resilient platform, simplifies the ability of IR teams to capture email-borne malware of phishing attacks and generate incidents and artifacts.

View the corresponding webinar to learn how the new features in the v32 release can help improve your integrated response to attacks and how native email integration can be leveraged as part of workflows and playbooks. You'll also learn what to expect with the updated look and feel of the Resilient platform and significant updates to the Privacy Module to support global regulations.

View the recording: https://ibm.biz/Bd2Yvt

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Integrated Response with v32 of IBM Resilient

  1. 1. Customer Webinar: Integrated Response with v32 of Resilient January 16th, 2019
  2. 2. 2 IBM Security Agenda • The Updated In-Product Email in v32 • Updated UI in Resilient • Privacy Updates and Upcoming Regulations • New Integrations Available • Upcoming Customer Events
  3. 3. 3 IBM Security Our Speakers Monica Dubeau, Privacy Program Manager, CIPP/US IBM Resilient Martin Feeney, Product Manager IBM Resilient
  4. 4. v32 In-Product Email
  5. 5. 5 IBM Security Objectives of In-Product Email • We want to simplify email setup, maintenance, and processing by bringing all aspects of it into the main product UI. • Reduce the time and effort involved in creating and maintaining the existing email product extension. • Emails connections will be defined and tested within the UI. Emails will now be directly referenceable within UI contexts such as rules and scripting. • Make emails an integrated part of Resilient, visible on the incidents as objects in their own right. • Allow operators to collaborate via email with whomever they require within the context of the incident, with all such emails recorded on the incident. • Triage inbox to highlight emails that require manual intervention, whether to define new rules to automatically process them, or to modify existing rules and/or scripts to update processing logic. • First release focuses on inbound emails and triage inbox, subsequent releases will enhance initial capabilities as well as adding support for outbound emails.
  6. 6. Updated Resilient UI
  7. 7. 7 IBM Security • IBM Design Studio’s Carbon ̶ Developed and supported by a dedicated team in Austin, TX ̶ Carbon Library: reusable HTML and SCSS enables consistent markup, styles, and behavior ̶ Well documented • Full-screen width • Layout changes ̶ e.g. Incident Details sidebar moved to the right • First phase in ongoing UI refresh, there’s more to come. UI Refresh
  8. 8. 8 IBM Security Incident Details Example
  9. 9. Privacy Updates in Resilient
  10. 10. 10 IBM Security The following new regulators were added to the Privacy Module: • Alberta Health • Bermuda • Canada (PIPEDA) • Vermont (Data Brokers) Significant Additions and Updates The following regulators were updated in the Privacy Module: • Belgium • Colorado • Connecticut • Gibraltar • Iowa • Nebraska • NYDFS • Vermont
  11. 11. 11 IBM Security Text box to document conclusion Important Features for PIPEDA (Canada)
  12. 12. 12 IBM Security Guidance that helps user assess risk Important Features for PIPEDA (Canada) continued
  13. 13. 13 IBM Security
  14. 14. 14 IBM Security Upcoming Privacy Additions China (Financial PBOC) Hong Kong (Monetary Authority)
  15. 15. Integration Update
  16. 16. 16 IBM Security 73 Apps Available: IBM and Business Partner Supported and Community Supported New Integrations Available on the IBM Security App Exchange
  17. 17. 17 IBM Security New and Notable Apps Slack Transfer information between Resilient and Slack with this functions-based integration A full list of newly released apps and a description of their features is available in the Resilient Community: ibm.biz/CommunityDiscussion IBM and Business Partner Supported Community Supported Microsoft Exchange This package can be used to access Microsoft Exchange email and meeting capabilities from Resilient • Google Cloud Functions to Sandbox • IPinfo IP Address Enrichment • MxToolbox • Pastebin • Pipl • Search Twitter • URL to DNS • Wiki Lookup X-Force Collections Enrich incidents in Resilient with context from IBM X-Force Exchange, a threat intelligence sharing platform.
  18. 18. 18 IBM Security ibm.biz/resilientcommunity
  19. 19. 19 IBM Security Join the Resilient team at THINK 2019 in San Francisco • Meet with key Resilient technology and business executives • Attend the Resilient User Group meeting (Monday 1-3PM, Feb 11) • Network with other Resilient customers More information and registration details at: https://www.ibm.com/events/think/
  20. 20. 20 IBM Security Engage 2019 – Regional and Global Customer Forums • Regional Engage Customer Forums ̶ Europe: • Zurich, Switzerland - March 19 - 20 • London, England - March 21 - 22 ̶ United States: • San Francisco, CA - April 9 - 10 • Atlanta, GA - April 11 - 12 • Resilient Cyber Range Experience - Cambridge, MA: ̶ May 7 ̶ July 11 ̶ October 14 • Engage Global Customer Forum ̶ Cambridge, MA – September 17 - 19
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