Identifying and Prioritizing Threats
Identifying malware is valuable. But every day there are lots of malware appearances within any network. You can't chase them all at the same time. Which ones matter the most? Are they stand-alone incidents or part of a larger chain of orchestrated activity? Understanding enough about the attack to be able to articulate – or at least hypothesize – the attacker’s intent and target what analysts want - not just another malware alert. From this intelligence, threat prioritization can be established, followed by a logical march of defensive and offensive measures.
Click Security RtSA Response
Click’s solution associates and tracks security events and anomalies as they occur. Both user-defined and anomaly-driven analytics are used to identify and prioritize threats. Click’s solution highlights key statistics that can be used to ascertain and prioritize threats at their most basic level. Then, through functional aggregation and correlation, threat prioritization can occur with much sharper accuracy and impact assessment.