Single-pane-of-glass view on the effectiveness of your existing security systems through log correlation: firewall, sandbox, IPS and endpoint security.
While organizations have long needed to safeguard their IT assets and their sensitive data, new threats and new regulations arise every day. Therefore, organizations need to validate that their existing security investments are always operating to their full potential.
LinkShadow enables you to evaluate the performance of your security devices' detection and prevention capabilities with our Link Luminescence Engine (LLE) that analyzes and correlates information related to blocked threats, and validates the effectiveness of your multi-layered defense-in-depth infrastructure.
The management dashboard gives a holistic view on the security posture of your organization. Built to be a completely configurable solution, the management dashboard allows CISO’s to find information they need to monitor and take decisions regarding their network. LinkShadow allows the CISO to monitor the key security metrics in his/her organization by choosing the key metrics that matter to their organization. The dashboard is completely configurable allowing you to choose the widgets that represent the security threatscape of the organization.
LiveShadow aims to provide CISO with a compilation of all the critical incidents that are taking place at the moment as well as realtime highlights of the critical events detected recently. LiveShadow also provides an intuitive system health summary which CISO can easily refer to in order to understand the overall security situation of the environment.
There are three main sections in the LiveShadow screen; Critical Findings which lists the most risky users and entities detected by the system as well as top machine learning anomalies identified, Realtime Connections which shows number of connections along with number of attacks in realtime view, and Entity and User threat summary which lists the most recent anomalies detected as well as a collective summary of users and entities in the ThreatScore Quadrant.
Clicking on any of the widgets in the LiveShadow screen will navigate to the relevant window showing more information about the user or entity that caused the anomaly.
New threats emerge every day from inside and outside the perimeter. Detecting these threats that bypass other security controls is important, but predicting their impact is even more crucial. Understanding behavioral patterns and correlating this information enables organizations to identify potential attacks with varying magnitudes of consequences and severity, and then prioritize actions to respond.
LinkShadow performs anomalous behavior detection as all traffic coming in and out of your organization is constantly scanned. Detect threats, learn and adapt to user patterns, and keep track of everything, so that each attack can be scored for proper prioritization. See which entity is most dangerous to the organization by understanding where it can cause a crisis, or is something to be wary of, or should be watched closely, or needs to be acted on immediately.
Organizations need to be attentive to traffic coming from, or going to IP addresses belonging to countries known to host low reputation servers including phishing sites or malicious software. In addition, attempts to access published web sites or services from locations in which you have no customers, suppliers or remote employees should be scrutinized.
LinkShadow identifies, monitors, and blocks network communication based on the geographic location of the source or destination IP address. Use Geo-Intelligence technology to get insight into where your traffic is going, and the source of incoming traffic, enabling you to hone in on known traffic .vs unknown traffic, and make informed decisions on whether there is a compromised node or inside threat scenario.
In most organizations security breaches go undetected. These hidden threats often go unnoticed for months. It is imperative to find these threats before serious damage can be caused.
With LinkShadow, it is possible to find and address threats in your environment. Visualize cyber-attacks and modern-day threats in your network in real-time with a Live Attack Map powered by best-of-breed threat intelligence to identify sophisticated and hidden dangers lurking in normal network traffic. Get insight into the top attack sources, the types of attacks and the top entities being targeted on your network.
With increasingly sophisticated malware hitting enterprise networks daily, it is critical to guard the crown jewels effectively to combat these threats, especially, since they are getting more difficult to identify. However, such threats can be averted.
With LinkShadow, organizations can analyze and profile network entities to uncover early signs of a breach, and underlying malicious behavior to pinpoint threat actors hiding in plain sight. Get alerted if a system is misused by detecting whether the entity is behaving normally by comparing historic and current port usage patterns, whether the right protocols are being utilized on accessed ports, and gaining visibility into relationships with other network entities.
You may take your eyes off your network, but rest assured we won't. With the dynamic nature of the network environment, it is fundamental to continuously monitor and collect real-time data across systems, to adapt your security program and better protect the business.
LinkShadow allows you to classify nodes through automated discovery of the entire IT infrastructure within the enterprise, to ensure all assets are protected and up-to-date for the compliance audit. Drill down into the details to answer critical questions around how many systems are managed and unmanaged in your network, do they have endpoint security or not, and what is the type of device.
ThreatShadow presents CISO with an overall compilation of AI from all the Machine Learning algorithms built into the system, allowing CISO to focus on real threats that matter. ThreatShadow helps CISO draw the line between false positive and critical incidents. Using intelligent threat scoring and collective profiling of entities and users, ThreatShadow identifies risks taking place in the environment right now and presents CISO with visual representation indicating where did the risk originate from as well as where is it heading to in case the threat is laterally moving across the network and assets.
ThreatShadow allows CISO to cross compare the current environment situation with previous dates to verify if certain threats are persisting across time. This feature helps CISO identify the most vulnerable assets and users as well as evaluate the efficiency of other security systems such as firewalls and end-point security.
This is a sub-tool of the Identity Intelligence module which shows a more detailed view into a specific selected user
This table shows the detailed information about the selected user like their name, company ID, department, reporting to, phone no., country etc.
The graph below shows the login patterns of the user and any spikes in it indicates unusual user activity.
The Entity Inspector is a sub-tool of the Asset AutoDiscovery module. It gives an in-depth analytics and details about a selected asset.
The Asset Summary contains details like IP address of the device, MAC address, last login detail, category of the device etc. It also lets you see if the device is managed or unmanaged as well as if it has end-point security in place.
Shadow 360 gives complete visibility around any activity that raises a flag. Any anomalous trigger can be studied in depth through a specter graph, which entails the history of fluctuations in user activity. This allows the analyst to determine the criticality of any event whether from the past or present.
Shadow 360 has an advanced time series analytics that uses a Session Data model also known as session serialization; it automatically stitches together incident timelines including both normal and abnormal user activity, for all threats detected. This reduces the manual effort security analysts spend on investigations and increases their productivity. As each entity in the organization is linked and correlated with the kill chain stage it is in, and hence can act as predictive analytics to block a future breach. The security analyst can then go ahead and act to stop an attack before it actually takes place.