Get intrusion detection for your network that enables you to inspect traffic between devices, not just at the edge. As part of the AnchorPoint ITR service, our Security Engineers can also correlate events from your existing IDS/IPS into a single console for complete network visibility while preserving your investments.
Catch threats targeting your vulnerable systems with signature-based anomaly detection and protocol analysis technologies. Identify the latest attacks, malware infections, system compromise techniques, policy violations, and other exposures.
Analyze system behavior and configuration status to track user access and activity. Detect potential security exposures such as system compromise, modification of critical configuration files (e.g. registry settings, /etc/passwd), common rootkits, and rogue processes.
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More than 2,000 correlation directives (and growing) to alert you to the most important threats.
Our SOC automatically receive new IDS signatures and updates correlation directives for the latest threats.
AnchorPoint’s Security Engineers will help you forward IDS and IPS event logs from your existing devices to the ITR Sensor for event correlation.
We utilize the Kill Chain Taxonomy to highlight the most important threats facing your network and the anomalies you should investigate. You can easily see the types of threats directed against your network and when known bad actors have triggered an alarm.
The Kill Chain Taxonomy breaks out threats into five categories, allowing you to understand the intent of the attacks and how they’re interacting with your network and assets:
Alarms and events associated with known Indicators of Compromise (IoCs) are highlighted throughout our reports. This allows you to prioritize security events that contain data linked to malicious activity..
Correlating IDS/IPS data with multiple security tools reduces false positives and increases accuracy of alarms.
See attack type, number of events, duration, source and destination IP addresses, and more.
AnchorPoint will set up email notifications and implement phone messaging services such as SMS.
Our SOC will generate tickets for alarms based on our service-level agreement, or you can manage your own ticket delegation. You have access to our built-in ticketing system and you may choose to use an external ticketing system and we’ll help with the integration.
Accelerate your response work by reviewing consolidated threat details provided by the AnchorPoint SOC. Exclusively for AnchorPoint Integrated Threat Response (ITR) customers.
We’ll show you the directive event, the individual event(s) that triggered the directive event, and the correlation
level of the directive rule.
Here are examples of the visibility you get as an AnchorPoint ITR customer:
The AnchorPoint Security Analysts will conduct their own, random analysis. For example, we will search the SIEM database for events that came from the same host as the offending traffic triggering an alarm.
AnchorPoint’s Security Analysts search the your asset inventory for assets involved with an alarm. Integrated vulnerability assessment scans indicate whether an attack is relevant by identifying vulnerable operating systems, applications and services and more.
AnchorPoint’s SOC team uses integrated packet capture functionality to capture interesting traffic for offline analysis. Our analysts inspect packets using the Tshark tool, but you can download the capture as a PCAP file and view it using the tool of your choice.
Our team searches for any raw logs that are related to activity reported by an alarm. For example, we look for logs that are related to the source IP address that was reported in the alarm.
The network intrusion detection system (NIDS) component available in AnchorPoint’s Integrated Threat Response service is deployed and configured by our Security Engineers.
Some key benefits of NIDS are:
The host intrusion detection system (HIDS) component available with AnchorPoint’s Integrated Threat Response service is simple to set up.
Here’s what our Security Engineers will do:
1. Build an agent in our Security Operations Center (SOC).
2. Deploy the HIDS agent to the target system, either automatically from AnchorPoint’s back-end console, or by manually downloading and installing it.
3. Change the configuration file on the agent to specify the files, folders, and registry keys that you would like monitored.
4. Verify HIDS operations by looking at the HIDS events.
Some key benefits of HIDS are: