Threat hunting is a proactive cyber security method designed to detect compromised entities/applications, malware, security gaps and more on the devices, nods and endpoints hidden in your network.
Logsign SIEM and SOAR platforms allow you to manage the cyber threat hunting process from end-to-end. The more effort it takes to detect a threat, the more damage it may cause. However, conducting proactive research with Logsign SIEM simplifies threat hunting. It enables you to examine malware indicators, create and report dashboards on the safety of your data processing environment, and alerts you when your systems are in danger. It also allows you to conduct historical analyses for all data and root cause analyses and detect the unauthorized accesses and violations of malware on the system. Logsign SOAR correlates and integrally evaluates threat-causing indicators and related factors. It enables all incidents to be examined in cooperation and accelerates incident response processes.
With pre-defined bots and playbooks, Logsign SOAR dramatically increases the capacity of your security team to investigate security incidents in detail and respond to them comprehensively. Workflow may be defined by using threat hunting data. Regardless of the number and density of the incidents on your network, threat hunting allows you to proactively detect and respond to any suspicious behavior.
When it comes to security, institutions need to act proactively rather than reactively. With proactive threat hunting, Logsign continuously monitors endpoints and conducts response processes when necessary. It also defines new risks to protect and defend institutions. To defend against the most advanced threats, it enables security teams to proactively benefit from current security solutions. Logsign SOAR categorizes IOC information, threat factors, and attack vectors obtained from global threat intelligence data based on separation, prioritization, and risks. It also uses the collected data during automations and semi-automatics manual incident response processes.