IBM QRadar User Behavior Analytics Primary Use Case

reviewer1365630
Deputy General Manager - Network Security at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
We use IBM QRadar for monitoring user behavior in order to baseline the user activity. Then we print use cases around those behaviors to see if anything stands out. We can then see if something is going wrong in the enrollment from a user activity point of view. View full review »
reviewer1342335
Principal Security Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
Some of these products can be used in any vertical like healthcare, manufacturing, and vehicle. You can use these products in all types of verticals. But I found that there is a limitation in central verticals. These products do not do well in central verticals. View full review »
Misbah Fatima
Application Security Architect at Bank Al Habib Limited
Our primary use case with IBM QRadar User Behavior Analytics is seeing if there are log-ins from the same ID's but from different locations, this is one use case. Or if MAC addresses keep changing, this is another use case. Lastly, if the risk level is high, like with different IP's. These are the three use cases we have. View full review »
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Muhammad Moqeet
Senior Manager, Security Architecture & Operation, Corporate Security at Omantel
This is a security monitoring product and the primary use case is to detect strange behavior by users. For example, if we have a user that has not used the service for a long time and then all of a sudden, somebody logs in one night. This is not normal and the system will detect it. This is just one example of many use cases. View full review »
Dmytro Petrashchuk
VP of Cybersecurity at IT Specialist LLC
User Behavior Analytics is a part of IBM QRadar. It's a kind of application that can be installed over IBM QRadar SIEM. The primary use case is to detect user behavior anomalies, and through these anomalies, detect and better understand different threats and attacks. View full review »
reviewer1153392
Project Manager at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The first thing that we implemented for user behavior was to find out whether somebody is logging in at odd hours. It studies user behavior. View full review »
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