BrightPoint Security Enhances Community-Based Threat Intelligence Capabilities
December 21, 2015
It’s no secret that criminals will always search for ways around even the most advanced security, whether with the mission to takeover, destroy or steal. Cyber attacks are imminent for all businesses that find themselves doing well – or at least appearing to be. Early warning signs aren’t always there to shield businesses from threat; but when they are, BrightPoint Security can provide solutions, intelligence and protections amongst their IT infrastructures and partner ecosystems.
BrightPoint Security’s Threat Intelligence Platform provides “automation, curation and the sharing of threat intelligence” amongst enterprises, helping them to shield against cyber attacks based on trends and vulnerability. In the latest Sentinel release BrightPoint Security has added enhancements to give IT security professionals better insight, almost immediately, for predicting when potential threats could strike, as well as the risk level that comes with it, enabling IT to enforce security controls.
Of interest here is the use of community-based threat intelligence which allows businesses to share experiences, providing insight to one another and awareness of current and emerging threats across enterprises, their digital ecosystems and infrastructures. In this way community member will be able to at first assessment to remediate potential risk, while calculating velocity, time and frequency of future attacks.
An evolved technology from the already widely received Security Command Platform (SCP), Sentinel adds modules and deeper insight to how to avoid these attacks through Sentinel’s Trusted Circles. As BrightPoint Security notes, the solution is unlike other threat intelligence platforms that focus only on the tracking of popular, volume-based threats. Utilizing early prediction forecasts, Sentinel is characterized as a weather map of trending threats to the digital ecosystem.
"An industry first, this predictive insight and threat trending dashboard gives organizations the solution to determine the urgency of response needed to protect themselves," states Rich Reybok, BrightPoint CTO. Reybok continues, “Today's offering helps customers drive security strategy and get the most out of their security investments and resources by now having the ability to respond to the most immediate and relevant impending threats and to mitigate exposure fast.”
The latest release of Sentinel allows integration with Carbon Black, scanning the environment for any and all internal threats to provide real-time insights within set perimeters. "Working with BrightPoint's evidence-based solution enhances our support across customers' ecosystems and infrastructures with predictive insights into risk-prioritized actions for remediation," said Brian Hazzard, Bit9 (News - Alert) + Carbon Black VP of Technical Alliances. "Adding the endpoint into the mix of threat vectors deepens organizations' overall view of the threat landscape of their organization and those with whom they share information in their ecosystems."
Edited by Peter Bernstein
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