• Attackers are sophisticated and design threats to evade traditional prevention and detection methods. In many breaches, the attacker has been inside the organization’s environment for months on end.

  • Threat hunting is the discovery of malicious artifacts, activity or detection methods not accounted for in passive monitoring capabilities. Essentially, threat hunting is the process of identifying unknown threats that otherwise would be hiding in your network and on your endpoints, stealing sensitive data.

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Fidelis threat hunting solution

  • Threat hunting is often misused as “detection”. While threat detection identifies known threats using indicators and behaviors, threat hunting takes it to another level by identifying the unknown.

  • In order to do threat hunting right, you need the right tools, and most importantly, the right data. Rich metadata collected from network sensors, endpoints, and cloud environments allows for cross-session, multi-faceted and malware behavior analysis, which are critical for post-breach detection and threat hunting of the unknown.

The Biggest Barriers to Threat Hunting are Lack of Time and Skills

  • In the Fidelis 2019 State of Threat Detection Report, only 46% of all respondents said they currently employ threat hunting.

  • The Fidelis Elevate™ platform delivers one seamless threat hunting and IR solution that provides the visibility, insight and speed to hunt for threats through the forensic depth required to facilitate a rapid and informed response.

  • Pull files and images immediately for forensic analysis and evidence.

  • Quickly pivot on content and context between network, endpoint and deception products.

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