Introducing Active Breach Detection From LightCyber
identify ACTIVE BREACHES THAT BYPASSED YOUR EXISTING SECURITY SOLUTIONS
THOUSANDS of alerts and events each day?
Can your cyber security solutions meet the CHALLENGES of today’s threat landscape?
HOW DOES IT WORK?
LightCyber Magna automates the attack detection and validation processes that are typically performed
by armies of security analysts, and employs proprietary Multivariate Adaptive Detection to ensure very high attack
detection accuracy through dynamic profiling.
ACTIVE BREACH DETECTION
Reduces Attack Dwell Time and Limits Damage Potential
LightCyber Magna actively finds attackers that are operating within your network so that you can react
and remediate breached systems before any real damage is done
Increases Security Operations Efficiency and Efficacy
High detection accuracy drives very high true positive rates, and ensures that security analysts can focus
on the necessary work of responding and remediating breaches, rather than responding to the deluge of alerts
produced by conventional threat prevention or SIEM systems
Automated Forensics and Remediation
LightCyber Magna provides detailed and actionable forensics for each attack incident, and integrates
with 3rd-party security enforcement systems to automate remediation actions
LightCyber’s Multivariate Adaptive Detection automatically detects threats within the corporate network early in the attack lifecycle, allowing prompt remediation.
LightCyber’s Multivariate Adaptive Detection automatically identifies active attacks that have circumvented your threat prevention systems but before attackers can spread and steal data.
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