New Infocyte HUNT App for Splunk Enterprise Provides Data-Centric, Post Breach Detection
With this integration, Infocyte and Splunk customers gain a single pane of glass reporting that enables improved threat discovery and analysis, and faster incident response times.
New cyber threats continue to evade current security controls. Advanced persistent threats (APTs) have driven enterprises and government agencies to implement more aggressive and reliable ways to detect hidden compromises that have evaded traditional first-line defenses. Organizations are now implementing practices to proactively hunt for malicious software and users hidden in networks.
Infocyte has developed a new integration with Splunk Enterprise to provide users with an enhanced data-centric hunt, incident investigation and response capabilities. The new Infocyte HUNT App integrates Splunk Enterprise with the Infocyte platform to provide Splunk users with post breach detection, leveraging Forensic State Analysis (FSA) for more comprehensive and scalable detection of fileless implants, persistence mechanisms, and forensic evasions. With this integration, Infocyte and Splunk customers gain a single pane of glass reporting that enables improved threat discovery and analysis, and faster incident response times.
With the Infocyte HUNT App, Splunk users benefit from a comprehensive endpoint threat detection platform that allows them to identify threats and search for other machines that are compromised when a threat is detected.
Additional Infocyte HUNT App for Splunk capabilities include:
- Reduced Incident Resolution Time – Pivots from Infocyte findings to historical logs and machine data for faster correlation and investigation.
- Trend Analysis and Reporting – Customized search, display and reporting of hunt findings over time.
- Alerting and Event Triggers – Trigger endpoint scans based on SIEM / Sensor alerts.
- Single Pane of Glass Security – Platform integration enables a single pane of glass for security management and data collection analysis.
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