Thanks to the use of artificial intelligence, security monitoring and management systems allow for quick detection of attacks and can present detailed threat analysis. Machine learning-based systems are able to identify, track and evaluate any device with access to an IP network in real time.


Network Detection and Response (NDR) is a new category of security solutions that complement and go beyond the capabilities of Security Information & Events Management (SIEM) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) products. NDR is a tool that allows your administrators to neutralize attacks in the early stages of Cyber ​​Kill Chain and introduce procedures based on the MITRE ATT&CK framework with detailed computer forensics.


With the widespread adoption of the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and the digital transformation, networks are becoming an increasingly valuable target for sophisticated adversaries, making NDR solutions an indispensable tool for threat detection. NDR is an excellent first step towards a more proactive security stance as it has immediate benefits and is much easier to implement and configure than SIEM and EDR.


NDR solutions:

  • monitor East-West traffic and apply advanced behavioral analysis and machine learning to quickly detect, classify and respond to threats,
    • automate reactions allowing the security team to focus on the most important network events.

Security orchestration, automation and incident response platform

SOAR, or Security Orchestration, Automation & Response, refers to a stack of solutions that allows you to organize and automate different parts of security management and operations to improve the accuracy, consistency, and efficiency of security processes and workflows by automating threat responses.


SOAR consists of 3 main components:

  • Security Orchestration – Automatically aggregates data from multiple sources, adds a security context to it, and models workflows based on integrated scenarios.


  • Security automation – includes the automation of many repetitive activities related to the threat detection process. SOAR automates the collection of enriched incident data and can perform common investigative activities on behalf of the analyst.


  • Incident response – includes segregation, containment and elimination of threats. The response methods depend on the type and extent of the threat. Some threat responses can be automated for faster results, such as quarantine and blocking file shortcuts across the entire organization, isolating the host, or disabling access to compromised accounts.


Deficiency in cybersecurity skills, tight IT budgets, dynamic changes in threats and the need to optimize security operations – these are the main reasons why organizations choose SOAR implementation.


For SOAR, we work with Palo Alto Cortex – the industry’s most comprehensive platform for orchestrating, automating and responding to threats with native management and threat analysis.


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Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) software provides security professionals with both visibility and history of activities in their IT environment. SIEM is a group of complex technologies that together provide a centralized overview of network infrastructure. SIEM provides data analysis, event correlation, aggregation and reporting, as well as log management. Although SIEM technology has been around for over a decade, today it has become a critical component of security strategies. So why do you need SIEM?


Short answer: If you encounter a violation and are asked “What happened?”, You don’t want your answer to be “I don’t know.”


Thanks to SIEM it will not, because you will get:


  • Insight into the details of a security incident – thanks to correlations and aggregation, you will get a full picture of the activities related to the attack on your network.
    • Regulatory Compliance – Providing insight into events and correlating them with SIEM will help you achieve a positive result for IT audits.
      • Effective incident response process – once you can see what is happening, you can manage it. SIEM will allow you to automate processes and involve the right people.

Network traffic monitoring, storage & forensic analysis

Advanced network traffic analysis – including storing the analysed traffice – is the strategy chosen by moste mature enterprises.Information gathered from those systems help quickly answer the critical cybersecurity questions: how the breach happened, what data has been exfiltrated, what has been damaged, who was affected and how to remediate.


Identifying the application, session reconstruction, contextual analysis and automated responses – all of this while maintaing computing power to digest terabytes of data – let’s you defend from attacks successfully.


In our deployments we use NIKSUN NetDetector and Full Packet Capture – managed by centralised console called Omnia.


NIKSUN solutions has the following advantages:

  • Keeps the copy of network traffic for forensic analysis
    • Can re-create application session from gathered data
      • Can classify and analyze wide protocol spectrum
        • Can acquire traffic in dispersed IT infrastructure – to assure visibility
          • Throughput of over 100Gbps
            • „Plug and play” deployment


              All of this to secure your full visibility into your network!

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