Unknown Threat Detection is a Challenge
Today’s advanced persistent threats (APTs) use multiple tactics, techniques and procedures to bypass perimeter security tools and penetrate your network. In fact, attackers may lie dormant in your network for weeks and months before they choose to strike. Disconnected tools that look at a single attack vector can’t identify sophisticated, multi-staged attacks – and even if there is some basic integration between tools, it is generally not enough to provide a full and continuous picture of an evolving attack. Meanwhile, SOC analysts struggle to keep up with the flood of alerts coming from dozens of point tools and SIEM systems. To detect unknown cyber attacks, SOC teams require pre-integrated sensors that look across the attack surface to see the bigger picture and glean insights that might otherwise go unnoticed.
Accelerate Detection of Unknown Threats
Verint Threat Protection System features multiple pre-integrated detection engines that monitor payloads, network, endpoints, lateral movement and command & control communications, to detect advanced cyber attacks across the kill chain. Verint Threat Protection System dynamically orchestrates the intelligence gathered from these engines, continuously processing new findings as attack information is collected or identified. In this way, Verint Threat Protection System transforms thousands of leads into a handful of prioritized incidents that reflect the complete attack storyline, together with recommended next steps to respond to the attack.
- Creates an accurate picture of an emerging attack by collecting leads from integrated sensors and transforming them into actionable intelligence.
- Reduces false positives by continuously working to gather new evidence to automatically enrich incidents and confirm attacks.
- Reduces the complexity of investigating incidents with an accurate chronology, detailed forensic evidence, and a recommended remediation plan.
- Prioritizes incidents and eliminates noise to increase the productivity of incident response teams.