The reality is that most advanced attacks are detected after attackers have already compromised your environment. Security teams rarely have enough data to reconstruct how the attackers broke in or what they stole. Retroactive detection and analysis is critical to finding and stopping advanced attacks. But full packet capture solutions were historically the only choice for security teams that wanted a high-fidelity record of historical network activity. These solutions require costly storage and forensic experts to provide analysis necessary to retrace attackers’ footprints.
Key Challenges We Address
Detecting Multi-Stage Attacks
Applying Threat Intel to Historical Data
Reconstructing a Timeline of the Attack
How We Do It
Fidelis makes detailed network analytics affordable by collecting and storing rich content-level metadata from your network traffic. This provides a much lighter, faster and less expensive way to analyze historical data.
Captures Content-Level Metadata
Our Deep Session Inspection™ decodes and analyzes content in real-time, no matter how deeply embedded it is. It reassembles packets into session buffers in RAM, and recursively decodes and analyzes the protocols, applications and content objects in those session buffers in real-time - while the sessions are occurring. This allows us to “see deeper” into applications and, in particular the content that’s flowing over the network.
Detects and Investigates Retroactively
Investigate what attackers have done in the past. When you get new intelligence you can apply it to historical data to see if you have been compromised in the past. Fidelis provides a lighter, faster and less expensive way to analyze historical data because it only captures and stores rich content-level metadata.
Establish a Timeline of the Attack
Sensors deployed on your network continuously monitor and record key events so you can establish a timeline for suspected incidents by correlating alerts with events that happened in the past.
Intelligence provided by Fidelis analyzes historical data to investigate past events so you can rapidly detect threats in your environment, even when they happened in the past. You can also apply your own intelligence or commercial threat feeds.
Visibility Across All Ports and Protocols
We capture network traffic on all ports and protocols, including misuse of protocols and services on non-standard ports.
Detect Multi-Vector Attacks
Identify “low and slow” attacks that develop over time. By correlating seemingly unrelated events, Fidelis can identify when attackers move laterally, establish command and control footholds and prepare to steal data.
Accelerate Investigation Cycles
Simplify the most time consuming investigative task – gathering data - and make it much easier to get to the bottom of what is happening so your experts can focus on what’s important.
Pivot from Detection to Investigation
Pivot directly from real-time detection to historical investigation and analysis with a single solution and a single interface.
Full-Packet Capture for Alerts
When an alert triggers we perform full packet capture so you have the actual files and attachments that were transferred when the alert triggered.
Proactively Hunt for Attackers
Rapidly search historical network data for signs attackers are (or have been) active in your environment – including content-level metadata about files that have crossed your network in the past.
White Paper: Rapid Detection & Response Model
Learn how you can accelerate your ability to detect, investigate and stop attacks using a model based on proven strategies and methodology used effectively on the front lines by incident responders.
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Analyze all of your network traffic at multi-gigabit speeds. Fidelis Network detects the tools and tactics of advanced attackers including advanced malware, exploits, command and control activity and data theft techniques that bypass traditional network security systems.