Netenrich, a Resolution Intelligence company, today announced an integrated Threat and Attack Surface Intelligence offering to help enterprises reduce their digital brand exposure while overcoming skills gaps. Two new products, Knowledge Now (KNOW), a free global threat intelligence tool, and Attack Surface Intelligence (ASI) combine to deliver rich, actionable context for faster, more proactive response to known and emerging cyber threats.
Alert fatigue among IT and SecOps professionals is real, but that no longer needs to be the case. With the digital landscape evolving rapidly, security teams must be armed with the most comprehensive tools to prioritize the most critical threats that pose the greatest risk to their organizations. KNOW and ASI address growing risk and alert fatigue that IT and SecOps professionals face on a daily basis. ASI lets security teams continuously see what adversaries see as they target the brand online and via their shadow IT. KNOW provides free global threat information that lets defenders learn about, search, and gain rich context into malicious activity up to 15x faster.
By saving time prioritizing digital risk and threats, KNOW and ASI provide the ongoing intelligence overburdened IT and security analysts need to evaluate, prioritize, and respond to the most critical threats first.
“Threat intelligence and internal telemetry only paint a portion of the picture that does not always show the riskiest parts of the infrastructure,” says Brandon Hoffman, CISO at Netenrich. “With automation, context, and an outside-in perspective, we are changing the dynamic for SecOps, enabling them to focus on the most important risks in a timely fashion.”
The free global news engine, KNOW, curates insight from trusted sources and provides context vetted by Netenrich experts, ultimately reducing time analysts spend manually researching the latest cyber threats. It also goes deeper than competing solutions by delivering detailed context of specific threats and threat indicators.
“Deriving meaningful insights amongst the barrage of information from internal and external sources of security data is a daily struggle.,” said, Sean Cordero, Principal and Founder of Cloud Watchmen, Inc. “Contextualizing correlated and prioritized insights against the backdrop of new threats can move an enterprise closer to achieving a utopian-like SOC capability.”
KNOW is integrated into Netenrich’s ASI solution for correlation and prioritization of attack surface risks. ASI focuses on an organization’s dynamic attack surface through AI-driven monitoring and discovery. Automated scans help analysts find, evaluate, prioritize and mitigate risk from port, protocol, and service exposure like:
- Domain exposure
- Compromised e-mail addresses
- IP addresses, open ports
- Vulnerabilities with active exploit intel from KNOW
- Digital exposure from code repositories, public cloud, shadow IT
“Threat intelligence tools typically do a very superficial job in finding the threat but analysts are craving context to make this information relevant and actionable,” said John Bambenek, VP of Security Research and Intelligence at ThreatSTOP. “In order to move from ‘admiring the problem’ to actually preventing breaches, it is absolutely essential to go deeper and make that information available to analysts.”
ASI and KNOW streamline IT and SecOps to reach advanced levels of resolution intelligence, helping drive actionable results:
- 24X7 continuous coverage
- More proactive, preventive approach
- Faster action to prevent attacks
- Bridges critical skills gaps
- Stronger overall security posture
“We see more and more enterprises turning to MSPs and MSSPs to help manage their digital brand exposure and streamline SecOps,” said Raju Chekuri, CEO, Netenrich. “For this you need both an ‘outside-in’ adversary perspective and the right combination of automation and analyst expertise. By offering integrated threat and attack surface intelligence backed by proven SOC expertise our partners can deliver true resolution intelligence to save customers time and avoid devastating breaches.”
Anyone can subscribe to KNOW for free to get the latest cybersecurity news and threat updates in one curated and automated tool. For deeper insight into potential risks, security professionals can learn more about ASI.