A scalable, cloud-based platform for maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of your existing SIEM/XDR
Using automation and MITRE ATT&CK, the CardinalOps platform continuously assesses your detection posture and eliminates coverage gaps in your SIEM/XDR – so you can easily implement a threat-informed defense.
What’s more, it drives cost savings by recommending new ways to tune noisy and inefficient queries, reduce logging volume, and eliminate underused tools in your stack.
- Sumo Logic
Detection Posture Management Platform
Curated Rule DataBase
5,000+ Best Practice Rules
Continuously expand your MITRE ATT&CK coverage based on your business priorities and risk
- ATT&CK Mapping Engine
No spreadsheets required
- Prioritization Engine
Gain new high-fidelity detections
- Analysis Engine
Identify broken and noisy rules
- Rule Simulation Engine
Test rules before deployment
- Reporting Engine
Validate your detection posture
- Curated Database
Best practice detections
Integrates quickly via SIEM/XDR APIs
Setup time is typically less than an hour because the platform easily integrates via the native API of your SIEM/XDR. This enables it to quickly query the SIEM/XDR to understand its detection ruleset, log sources, and other metadata.
There are no agents to deploy or appliances to configure. Sensitive log data never leaves the SIEM/XDR, and the platform is SOC-2 certified.
The detection posture for multiple SIEM/XDR instances can also be managed from a single console. This enables a federated view of ATT&CK coverage and rule health across multiple instances; automated consistency of rulesets and log sources across multiple instances; and automated SIEM/XDR migrations.
Our platform supports popular enterprise SIEM/XDR solutions including:
enterprise security (ES)
- IBM QRadar
IBM QRadar on Cloud (QRoC)
- Chronicle SIEM
- Falcon LogScale
- Log Analytics
- + new integrations being added all the time
Built on MITRE ATT&CK
Everything we do is based on MITRE ATT&CK, which has become the standard framework for understanding adversary behaviors, communicating with other teams – and building a threat-informed defense.
We are not simply a consumer of MITRE ATT&CK, we are also a contributor to the ATT&CK defender community. Our security research team, composed of world-class security experts with nation-state expertise, has contributed multiple sub-techniques to the ATT&CK framework during its ongoing evolution.
Continuously evaluating your detection posture vis-a-vis ATT&CK is essential because – big “surprise” – adversary techniques are constantly evolving. Case in point: the ATT&CK framework began with just 97 techniques and v12 now encompasses more than 500 techniques and sub-techniques.
Your Command-and-Control Center
The CardinalOps console provides an overall view of your rule coverage and health, which can be filtered based on your organizational priorities to focus on specific areas of interest (such as APT groups targeting your sector).
You can also drill down into any technique on the ATT&CK map and view the platform’s recommendations for new detections (to address gaps), as well as mitigations for broken and noisy detections, and cost saving recommendations.
You can drill down into any recommendation to see the full rule in the native query language of your SIEM. Rules are automatically customized to your environment (log sources, indexes, naming conventions, etc.).
Each recommendation includes a description of the type of attack it detects, which tactics, techniques, and APT groups it covers, and a test workflow to see how often the rule would have fired in the past 90 days, based on historical log data.
Once you have reviewed and approved the rule, you can push it directly into your SIEM from the CardinalOps console.
Learn how to make your SOC more effective
SIEM Migration: Challenges and Strategies
In this exploration, we delve into the intricacies of SIEM migration, focusing on critical aspects like the SIEM style, data acquisition, correlation methods, securing the SIEM, and the imperative task of migrating SIEM detection coverage.
CardinalOps Contributes to MITRE ATT&CK for Fourth Consecutive Release
CardinalOps, the detection posture management company, announced today that it contributed updates to the latest version of MITRE ATT&CK, a globally-accessible knowledge base of adversary tactics and techniques based on real-world observations.
Global 500 Energy Company Repsol Selects CardinalOps to Enhance Detection Posture and Reduce Risk of Breaches
“CardinalOps delivers the breadth of security coverage that we need to fix our detection gaps, resulting in a more secure environment and efficient security operations,” said Javier García Quintela, Global CISO of Repsol.
Gartner® Report: Hype Cycle™️ for Security Operations, 2023
Read this complimentary report from Gartner® – Hype Cycle for Security Operations for 2023. Learn about Automated Security Control Assessment and how it can strengthen your security posture.
2023 Report on State of SIEM Detection Risk
In our third annual report, CardinalOps set out to gain visibility into the current state of use case development and threat detection coverage in enterprise SOCs. We analyzed, aggregated and anonymized data from production SIEM
Tel Aviv Stock Exchange Selects CardinalOps to Reduce Risk of Breaches Due to Undetected Attacks
Enables financial services firm to operationalize MITRE ATT&CK with Splunk and eliminate detection coverage gaps based on organizational risk and priorities.
The Future of Risk-Based Detection
Join us on June 20 at 3:30 pm EDT for this SANS webinar. SecOps experts discuss major challenges for the modern Security Operations Center and how to operationalize MITRE ATT&CK to build a threat-informed defense.
CardinalOps Contributes Updates to MITRE ATT&CK Techniques Related to Abuse of Mail Transport Rules
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Learn how to identify and fix a rule you don’t know is broken
Based on analyzing thousands of detections, our research team has compiled the top 10 ways that SIEM rules break (silently) over time.
Noisy rules give adversaries an easy path to exploit weaknesses in your defenses
This research summary lists the top causes of noisy rules in your SIEM, followed by 5 best practices to help minimize noise.