Your primary goal is the establishment of a cloud SIEM platform to provide monitoring, management and threat intelligence, cyber threat hunting can be difficult to do well and most organizations have come to realize how critical it can be for overall detection and response programs.

You need consolidated security across networks, cloud and mobile, providing the highest level of threat prevention against both known and unknown targeted attacks to keep you protected now and in the future, no matter what anyone tells you, no investigation is complete or comprehensive if it only includes host-based forensic analysis, as a matter of fact, and, as more organizations move data and workloads to the cloud, cyber criminals are targeting cloud services as a new entry point into companies.

With an ever changing threat and computing landscape, modern security teams must bring together the people, process and technology to enable threat hunting, detect and alert strategies need to be revamped to shift from reactive forms of incident response to proactive threat hunting.

Combine security orchestration, incident management and interactive investigation, to provide insight on best practices for collecting and managing IT event data to enable higher visibility, faster threat hunting and deeper investigation, furthermore, such tools leverage artificial intelligence to assist security professionals in providing swift response to immediate threats.

Build threat hunting and a dark web investigations practice; active monitoring of threats on networks and network segmentation; have an effective awareness program; move to cloud solutions, manage your risk a penetration, and testing identifies vulnerabilities in your environment and allows you to remediate them, before an adversary takes advantage of them.

Attack methods and strategies evolve constantly, making threat detection an always-moving target.

As your enterprise creates a vision and strategy that enables you to create your own unique, long-term success, learning about all the technologies involved is essential since threat modelling can be applied to a wide range of things, including software, applications, systems, networks, distributed systems, things in the internet of things, business processes, etc.