Threat Detection

Be the hunter, not the hunted

Be the Hunter, Not the Hunted

Over the past 5 years, the amount of encrypted traffic used on the internet has increased. Attackers now use encryption as part of their campaigns for phishing attacks and delivery of malware and ransomware.As organisations migrate to private/public cloud architectures, there is a greater need for organisations to understand the encrypted landscape and the threats that come with that. In a recent survey, 27% of security professionals indicated they were most concerned about losing visibility into the data centre after adopting TLS 1.3 (PR Web).Decrypting traffic for manual review is prohibitively costly and slow. Enterprises are looking for automated, efficient, and effective solutions (with low false positives) that solve their needs.

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The fundamental technology solves the challenge of hackers hiding via encrypted channels, blind to our security tools, and shines a spotlight on any potentially malicious activity.

Bryan Littlefair : CISO

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

Today’s controls on your enterprise network are no longer fit for purpose. Cybercriminals now use encryption as their primary method of communication.

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