Protection Platform

Complete Breach Protection and Visibility At Your Fingertips

Lastline’s Technical Foundation

Lastline’s Breach Protection Platform delivers complete breach visibility by generating a dynamic blueprint of movement of the attack as it unfolds across your network. Armed with this information, you can remediate breaches faster, with fewer resources and lower costs.

Lastline Breach
Protection Platform

The Lastline Breach Protection Platform consists of malware analysis, network analytics, threat analytics, and breach response.

These components work together to provide the complete breach visibility you need for an integrated response. The Breach Protection Platform decreases time-to-detection and time-to-mitigation by showing all affected systems, applications, and data sets as the breach moves across your network. This insight enables you to focus your breach response and risk mitigation actions for maximum effectiveness.

Unmatched Malware Analysis with Deep Content Inspection

At the core of Lastline’s Breach Protection Platform is our network-based malware detection technology, Deep Content Inspection™. It simulates an entire host (including the CPU, system memory, and all devices) to provide comprehensive malware analysis. It interacts with the malware to observe all the actions a malicious object could take, providing unmatched visibility into the malicious behavior engineered into the code. Deep Content Inspection is superior to other methods of malware analysis like OS emulation and virtualization because it provides greater visibility into malicious behavior and is virtually impossible to detect.

Deep Content Inspection analyzes email, web, and network traffic in real time—not minutes or hours—providing the quickest time-to-notification and time-to-remediation.

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Network Analytics Identifies Malicious Activity in Your Network

Lastline’s Breach Protection Platform monitors your network activity, including low-level events and seemingly benign activity, to uncover all malicious events. It facilitates hunting of latent threats residing in your network, resulting from file downloads, website content, and email attachments.

Network Analytics enables you to identify and prioritize mitigation actions by mapping all network traffic associated with a breach. You can quickly understand the scope of the threat, including compromised systems, communication between local and external systems, and data sets accessed and uploaded.

Threat Analytics
Provides Global Context

Lastline’s Threat Analytics provides global context for any malicious activity detected locally on your network. It enables you to understand how activity on your network relates to activity detected across Lastline’s customer base, such as:

  • Any malware seen by Lastline customers that references an IOC discovered in your network
  • Any malware that targets a specific domain or URL
  • Industries affected by the attack
  • C&C traffic
  • DNS traffic

Our blog post on the NotPetya malware attack is an example of the level of visibility we can provide.

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Identifies Additional
Malicious Activity

Lastline Breach Analytics identifies relationships among what appear to be unrelated events from the breach. It identifies additional IOCs, suspicious files and unusual behavior exhibited by systems, services, and applications.

It correlates the data from the malware analysis, network analysis, and threat analysis and applies machine learning and AI to link disparate behaviors together. This correlation and analysis provides you with a more complete view of the breach and faster detection and response of previously unseen threats.

Respond to Breaches
Automatically or Manually

Armed with the visibility and context of the breach, you can use Lastline’s Breach Protection Platform to respond quickly and effectively to breaches early in their lifecycle. You can block unwanted network activity or export threat intelligence to update existing processes. For example, you can:

  • Automatically block unwanted breach activity with in-line deployment of Lastline Sensors
  • Export relevant IOCs to update rulesets in your Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW) or Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS)
  • Add malware intelligence to your Secure Web Gateways (SWGs)
  • Send breach event information to update your correlation directives in your Security Information Event Management system (SIEM)
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Integrate with Your
Existing Security Controls

Lastline’s open architecture was designed to complement your legacy security investments and optimize your existing workflows. Through our diverse Technology Alliance Partners and robust APIs, you can integrate data sharing bi-directionally with your third-party products and workflows.

You can use your existing security infrastructure to send suspicious content to Lastline for analysis, to increase your visibility into malicious behavior in your network and respond to breaches faster. And, as described above, you can also export actionable threat intelligence from Lastline to your existing security controls and workflows.

Lastline has built an extensive partner network of leading security vendors. The built-in integration with our Technology Alliance Partners accelerates breach detection and response. In addition, you can deploy our robust APIs to integrate third party tools quickly with the Lastline Breach Protection Platform.

Superior Protection, Easy to Use

With unmatched accuracy, protection at all malware entry points, and full visibility into malicious activity, Lastline is a compelling solution to defeat network breaches.