Artikel von Mark Settle

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Security Analytics, Elastic

Senior Product Marketing Manager, Security Analytics

Mark Settle previously managed product marketing at LogRhythm and marketing communications at telecommunications firm Zayo. Today, he heads up product marketing for all things security at Elastic. Based in Portland, Oregon, he appreciates coffee shops with good Wi-Fi and plentiful power outlets.


What’s new in Elastic Security 8.10: Scale your defenses and outpace attackers

Elastic Security 8.10 brings richer alert contextualization, generative AI in GA, a MITRE ATT&CK® coverage page, and cloud security posture management (CSPM) for GCP.


What’s next: Black Hat 2023 takeaways

Black Hat USA 2023 showcased cybersecurity advancements and cutting-edge research. This blog explores major trends and how they may shape the field in the coming months and years.


What’s new in Elastic Security 8.2: Streamline analyst workflows with context and expertise

Elastic Security 8.2 arms analysts with powerful insights and enhanced attack visibility. The release delivers alert contextualization, host inspection directly from an alert, new investigation guides, and the GA of threat intelligence.


Elastic Security 8.1: Stop novel attacks in their tracks

With Elastic Security 8.1, stop novel attacks in their tracks. Thwart emerging exploits like Log4Shell with malicious behavior protections for every host and new detection rules for centralized alerting.


Elastic Security 7.16: Accelerate SecOps with the most powerful Elastic Security yet

Elastic Security 7.16 adds new data integrations for Elastic Agent, expanded malicious behavior protections, memory threat protection for every OS, and enhanced ECS support for Osquery Manager. Plus, new and enhanced ServiceNow workflow integrations.


Neu in Elastic Security 7.13: wichtige Kontextinformationen für Analysten

Elastic Security 7.13 ermöglicht erstmals zentralisiertes osquery-Management und damit die zentrale Verwaltung und Analyse von Hostdaten.


Neu in Elastic Security 7.9: Malware-Abwehr, integrierter Cloud-Schutz und mehr

Erleben Sie Elastic Security 7.9 mit integrierter Malware-Abwehr und Datenerfassung, integriertem Cloud-Schutz, verbesserten Workflows für Analysten sowie erweiterter Datenerfassung und ‑analyse.


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