- Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response (TDIR) Use Case Packages
- Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response (TDIR) Use Case Packages Hierarchy
- Compromised Insiders Use Case Package
- External Threats Use Case Package
- Malicious Insiders Use Case Package
External Threats Use Case Package
The External Threats use case package categorizes all uses cases related to external threats.
The External Threats use case package is a top-level classification that groups all use cases in which an adversary deceives users, accesses valid credentials, or exploits corporate assets.
External Threats use cases include:
Phishing DOCUMENTATION COMING SOON
Ransomware DOCUMENTATION COMING SOON
Brute Force Attack DOCUMENTATION COMING SOON
Cryptomining DOCUMENTATION COMING SOON
Malware Use Case
Learn about the Malware use case and what Exabeam functionalities are aligned to solve it.
The Malware use case describes when an attacker develops malicious programs or code to access your system without authorization or damage your data or system.
In the Threat Detection, Investigation, and Response (TDIR) Use Case Package hierarchy, the Malware use case falls under the External Threats use case package. It doesn't contain any scenarios.
In Incident Responder , use the Malware turnkey playbook to analyze suspicious files and detonate potential malware.
View more information about what malware is and how it happens on the Exabeam Community.