Security Intelligence can be characterized in two ways.  Firstly, we describe security intelligence as the result of some advanced analytics.  It’s the wisdom gained from reviewing every available bit of data and normalizing, correlating, indexing and pivoting it to discover the dozen things your team needs to investigate as soon as possible. Alternatively, we use security intelligence to characterize the iterative process of eliminating false positive results by continuously tuning the system analytics to remove an increasing number of interesting but non-threatening incidents. 



QRadar Security Intelligence analyzes tremendous amounts of data (logs, network flows) and uses context to transform it useful, actionable information as is depicted. Here's what a security team member would see when they begin to investigate an offense record triggered by a correlation rule. The analyst can quickly see the who, what and where behind the offense and quickly determine if it's a legitimate threat or a false positive.





The IBM QRadar helps eliminate noise by applying advanced analytics to chain multiple incidents together and identify security offenses requiring action






Securing today’s businesses requires a new approach.  Companies need to gain insights across the entire security event timeline. While IBM is widely known for our Security Information and Event Management or SIEM, and for our Log Management solutions, our product strategy delivers a complete set of solutions that span the security event timeline that all IT organizations wrestle with.