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Glossary

XDR

(eXtended Detection & Response)
XDR (eXtended Detection & Response) designates a holistic approach to cybersecurity operational. It stands out for its ability to consolidate and automate on a unified SaaS platform all data, analyzes and responses to cyber threats, regardless of their origin, supplier or specialization.

SIEM

(Security Information and Event Management)
A SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) is an IT security tool that is used to collect, store and analyze large volumes of log data from all sources in the enterprise. It is used to take advantage of each of these data (collected) to identify and analyze, from a platform, the events and/or incidents that may take place on the company's computer network.

EDR

(Endpoint Detection and Response)
EDR stands for Endpoint Detection and Response. The term EDR first appeared in 2013 in an analysis by the consulting firm Gartner. Analyzing the fact that hackers primarily target employee workstations, Gartner has introduced the concept of “Endpoint Detection and Response” to designate a security solution to detect and remedy cyber threats targeting endpoints (computer, server).

CTI

(Cyber Threat Intelligence)
Cyber ​​Threat Intelligence (CTI) defines cyber threat research, analysis and modeling. It'is used to prevent and detect computer attacks.

IoC

(Indicator of compromise)
IoC (Indicator of compromise) is qualified technical data that makes it possible to detect malicious activities on an information system. These indicators can be based on data of various types, for example: a file hash, a signature, an IP address, a URL, a domain name… but in all cases, the technical data alone (observable, see this word) is not enough to talk about IoC.

SOC

(Security Operations Center)
Security Operations Center (SOC) is an organizational structure dedicated to the implementation of all the security operations of an organization against cyberattacks. These actions include the supervision and protection of an organization’s information system (workstations, networks, website, applications, databases, etc.)

SOAR

(Security Orchestration, Automation and Response)
A Security Orchestration Automation and Response system covers three major functions: response, orchestration, and automation of computer security systems. Along with SIEM and CTI, this is one of the three main functions of a SOC.

STIX

(Structured Threat Information eXpression)
STIX (Structured Threat Information eXpression) is an open standard describing objects of interest in the field of defensive computer warfare, and the links they can maintain between them.

CERT

(Computer Emergency Response Team)
The primary mission of a CERT is to contain computer security incidents, minimize their impact on the organization's operations and reputation, and facilitate post-crisis remediation and reconstruction.

Firewall

(Firewall)
A firewall is a network security system that helps protect your computer from unauthorized access. It does this by blocking incoming and outgoing requests to your computer, based on rules that the network administrator has predefined.

ISAC

(Information Sharing and Analysis Center)
ISAC (Information Sharing and Analysis Center) is a non-profit organization that provides a central resource capable of gathering information on cyber threats against critical infrastructures and share them with its members.

Shadow IT

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Shadow IT is a term used to refer to hardware and software deployed by employees within an organization without the knowledge or approval of its IT department.

Traffer

(Worker in the underground community)
From the Russian word “Траффер”, also referred to as “worker” in the underground community, traffers are responsible for redirecting user’s traffic to malicious content (malware, fraud, phishing, scam, etc.) operated by others.