Vulnerability and Threat Management
Vulnerability and Threat Management is the act of identifying, assessing, classifying and remediating security concerns as well as analysing the cause of the problem to address it accordingly. It counts as an essential piece of the IT managment task in a company to ensure that their information is secure. Therefore, Watad provides Properly planned solutions to ensure the saftey of company information and help the IT managment department through the following:
|SOAR||SIEM||ATP (Advanced Threat Protection)||Vulnerability Management|
SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation and Response)
In the age of constant technology improvement, keeping the tech architecture safe comes first in mind to ensure that the organization’s digital assets are secure. However, during a day trillion of transactions and traffic is made in a network that makes it hard to monitor, detect and respond to incidents fast. Therefore, Watad offers you a solution in partnership with DF Labs called IncMan SOAR. IncMan SOAR counts as the only SOAR platform capable of full automation of the incident life cycle.
- Community forums
- Searchable knowledge base and FAQs
- Latest files and documents
- DFLab’s Framework Integrations
- Instant Access to DFLab’s Support
- IncMAN SOAR Community Edition
SIEM (Security Information and Event Management)
Today’s networks have become more and more complex every day and trying to protect it from malicious intent have become almost like running a race against a malicious attacker that intend to steal the organizations’ and their customers’ information. Thus, it is essential for any company to safeguard its intellectual property, to avoid any business disruption, and to do so they must proactively monitor their system so they can rapidly detect and respond before any harm could happen to the data.
Therefore, Watad offers IBM Q radar. A Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) system that is made to provide the organization’s security team visibility into the enterprise-wide data and give them actionable insights into the highest priority threats.
Different information that the IBM Q radar can analyze:
ATP (Advanced Threat Protection)
FortiSandbox: Zero-day Threat Protection
FortiSandbox improves zero-day threat detection efficacy and performance by leveraging two machine learning models—patent-pending enhanced random forest with boost tree and least squares optimization applied to static and dynamic analysis of suspicious objects. It also accelerates threat investigation and management processes by adopting standards-based on the MITRE ATT&CK framework for malware reporting.
The Fortinet automated breach protection strategy enables FortiSandbox to easily integrate across both Fortinet and non-Fortinet products to provide real-time threat intelligence and speed threat response.
FortiSandbox analysis also includes malware that targets industrial control systems (ICS) so it can deliver the same sandbox benefits to organizations that manage both Information Technology (IT) and Operation Technology (OT) business segments.
- Static Routing Support
- File Input:
- Offline/sniffer mode
- On-demand file upload
- File submission from integrated device(s)
- Option to create a simulated network for scanned file to access in a closed network environment
- File Submission input: FortiGate, FortiMail, FortiWeb, FortiADC, FortiProxy and FortiClient (ATP agent)
- JSON API to automate uploading samples and downloading actionable malware indicators to remediate
- Certified third-party integration: CarbonBlack, Ziften, SentinelOne
- Inspection of new threats including ransomware and password protected malware mitigation
- AI-based Static Code analysis identifying possible threats within non-running code
- Heuristic/Pattern/Reputation-based analysis
Keeping up with the attackers is hard work; especially with limited resources, and the continuous changes that happen almost every second in the attack surface. Watad can help you change that and easily secure your organization using the worldwide trusted remote security scanning tool Nessus. Nessus is trusted in more than 30,000 organizations, and it counts as one of the most widely deployed security technologies in the planet.