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Automated Context Means Faster Remediation
As cyberattacks against your organization increase, it’s more important than ever to have a security program built on robust and reliable data to enrich your analysis and inform your decision-making process. And, as security operations become more and more advanced, they will require more data to power their capabilities and provide context to incidents instantly.
Security teams must have access to world-class intelligence and vast, internet-scale data sets that integrate directly into the security systems already in use, whether they’re commercial SIEM solutions or custom-built platforms.
Security Intelligence Services
RiskIQ’s Security Intelligence Services provides direct, high volume access to RiskIQ data, allowing mature customers the ability to use this data to programmatically defend against threats to their environment.
The RiskIQ External Threat Management platform provides the enrichment necessary to help analysts using a SIEM or other security platforms to make intelligent, informed decisions about alerts and cybersecurity events.
With RiskIQ, you can:
Leverage the most comprehensive data sets including passive DNS resolutions, current and historical WHOIS registrant information, SSL certificate information, as well as other web infrastructure components like analytics tracking codes.
Avoid false positives with additional data about why the system detected the anomaly, what the source was, whether the source is connected to known-malicious activity and other infrastructure that may be related to this event.
Pivot between the most extensive internet data sets in RiskIQ PassiveTotal to understand if the infrastructure flagged by an alert is related to malicious actors or threat actor groups.
Integrate these datasets into your SIEM or other platform using RiskIQ APIs, allowing for automatic enrichment of events. This improves prioritization and efficiency when investigating alerts, and allows teams to accurately address more alerts in less time.
Dive deeper into alerts through our vast databases of dangerous URLs, phishing pages, blacklisted hosts and domains, known malware hashes, and more.