Lastline’s unique approach to breach detection is the culmination of more than ten years of R&D specifically focused on advanced and evasive breach weaponry and tactics. The result is a software-based platform designed to integrate breach detection capabilities seamlessly into your existing security portfolio.
Evasive Malware has evolved to bypass not only traditional security, but also first-generation APT detection technologies. Lastline's sandbox emulates the entire machine, providing unparalled ability to detect evasive malware.
By linking together the various stages of the attack chain, Lastline is able to increase the confidence in scores assigned to breach signals in your network. Signals are prioritized by score to reduce noise and save incident responders time.
Automatically block known threats and malicious outbound communication including botnet activity, command-and-control sessions, data theft, and network-based lateral movement attempts.
Push blocking rules to NGFWs, send breach events to SIEMs, block in-line with IPSs, add advanced malware understanding to SWGs and more. Lastline's open architecture lets you use what you have — there's no need to rip and replace.
Detailed analysis of the entire attack chain connects drive-by exploitation with malicious downloads and command and control traffic, increasing confidence in the accurate identification of active breaches.
Complement your traditional managed security services, provision your service in hours, and provide breach detection — hosted by Lastline or in your private cloud — to maximize your margins and expand service reach.
Hardware independence, virtual sensor support, and predictable per-user licensing allow you to cover your entire enterprise and scale coverage for free.
Import custom IDS/IPS rules, YARA rules, and threat intelligence to adjust environment for analysis and defend against threats specific to your organization.
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