The LEADING SECURITY OPERATIONS PLATFORM
ThreatNexus™ is the industry’s leading enterprise security operations platform that seamlessly fuses the security fabric through a proprietary graph engine, enabling security teams to perform the full spectrum of threat management and incident response through a single pane of glass.
Instant Threat Response
Accelerate remediation times with automated and semi-automated responses.
Utilize ThreatNexus extensive integrations in order to build workflows by intuitively dragging and dropping actions. Develop playbooks of best practices to scale operations and meet compliance requirements. Provide complete automation of incident response.
Get to the root cause faster
ThreatNexus includes a powerful visual investigation canvas, allowing any analyst to seamlessly use the full power of the graph in order to find the root cause of an incident in a fraction of the time – while also utilizing any other disparate investigation & forensic sources that exist in the organization.
Make Threat Intelligence truly actionable
By bringing together threat intelligence and the actual logs, ThreatNexus makes any threat intelligence data actionable, allowing any analyst to instantly identify, investigate and hunt for malicious actors within their own environment and logs.
Proactively hunt for threats
Leveraging it’s highly contextualized graph technology, analysts can utilize ThreatNexus to intuitively formulate hypotheses and proactively hunt for threats across their environment, in a fraction of the time.
Accelerate remediation times and increase analyst caseload capacity with automated and semi-automated responses
ThreatNexus Orchestration Engine enables a full range of automation capabilities – to be used as a playbook to standardize incident management processes; to semi-automatic workflow; to complete automation of incident response.
Measure your performance, improve your processes
ThreatNexus collects key KPI’s and statistics that matter to the organization, allowing for effective reporting and benchmarking that facilitate better communication to stakeholders, internal process improvement and efficient time and skill management.
SOC teams are inundated with huge amounts of security data from dozens of disparate systems. Despite investing heavily in detection tools, organizations remain vulnerable because analysts lack the means and context to effectively investigate threats, with typically less than 1% of alerts investigated.
Today’s solutions fail to connect the dots across the threat landscape forcing analysts to rely on manual efforts to triage threats, driving up the time required to investigate and respond.
There are no shortage of point solutions across the security ecosystem to address slivers of the problem. The result is a growing set of discrete tools that are not effectively communicating that exacerbate the challenges facing management and security analysts.
It’s no secret that the bad guys are often lingering inside the environment for often weeks/months. Many times detected. Yet the lack of context and ability to easily and graphically understand the complete story line of a threat, leads to detected attacks often going overlooked.
There is a growing shortage of cybersecurity analysts. This challenge is particularly acute with rising caseloads. In addition, the sophistication demands on analysts further shrinks the pool of effective analysts.
ThreatNexus Provides the Command and Control to Power Next Generation Security Operation Centers
Common use cases
Security information and event management is a crucial and widely used security technology, yet many security architects struggle to get value from their often expensive deployments.
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