With too many alerts and disparate systems to manage, poor tool implementation and the lack of resources, it's tough for organisations to implement effective Threat Detection, Investigation and Response.
What is Threat Detection, Investigation and Response?
Threat detection involves identifying potential threats and is primarily done by the SecOps teams. This typically includes collating and sending information to a centralised log management system, commonly known as Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) and analysing it for irregularities.
Investigation is the process of analysing and evaluating the alerts generated during the threat detection phase to determine the nature and scope of the threat. This includes filtering false positives, identifying the root cause of the infection, assessing the potential impact and determining the appropriate course of action, leading to increased actionability.
Response involves taking action to contain, eradicate, and recover from the incident and prevent future incidents. This includes isolating affected systems, removing malware, patching vulnerabilities and implementing security controls to prevent future attacks.
How Threat Detection, Investigation and Response helps your organisation?
Why Red Piranha's Threat Detection, Investigation and Response Program?
Flexibility in deployment with simple in-line deployment or primary gateway setup “Smart SOC”.
Our unified platform approach reduces the total cost of ownership and offers immediate visibility across the network, endpoints and cloud.
Integrated service delivery and MDR efficiencies with cross-stack correlation.
Direct access to our 'village' of security professionals for 24x7 monitoring and protection.
Human-machine teaming for improved incident response and alert prioritisation.
On-demand proactive threat hunting to detect advanced APTs and embedded attacks to reduce dwell time.
Increased threat-centric prevention, detection and response capabilities that enhance security operations productivity.