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A New Era in Cybersecurity: The Shift from Static to Streaming

Streaming analysis of services accounts can offer several, essential advantages over static scans.

Malicious actors infiltrate a network through a single entry point, acquire access to accounts, and subsequently seal off that entry point, eradicating traces of the attack sequence. Static scanning, by capturing only a snapshot in time, may fail to pinpoint a crucial entry point and overlook other potentially hazardous activities.

Immediate Detection
Streaming analysis allows for real-time detection and response to events as they happen. This is crucial for identifying and mitigating security threats promptly, as opposed to static analysis, which often involves periodic or batch processing.


Dynamic Environment
In dynamic and rapidly changing environments, services and applications are continually evolving. Streaming analysis adapts well to such environments by providing continuous monitoring and analysis, ensuring that security measures are up-to-date.


Continuous Monitoring
Streaming analysis provides continuous monitoring of service accounts, enabling organizations to detect suspicious activities or anomalies in real time. This continuous visibility is essential for preventing and responding to security incidents promptly.


Adaptive to Behavioral Changes
Static analysis often relies on predefined patterns and signatures, making it less effective against novel or evolving attack techniques. Streaming analysis, on the other hand, can be helpful to identify changes in user behavior and emerging threats, improving its ability to detect new and sophisticated attacks.


Event Correlation
Streaming analysis allows for the correlation of events across different sources and timeframes. This capability enhances the ability to identify complex attack patterns that may span multiple service accounts or users.