Use Cases

Detect And Respond To Advanced Threats Faster

Detect Malicious Emails
that Bypass Your Controls

Email remains a primary attack vector for any organization, regardless of size or industry. Email-based attacks continue to succeed because malware authors keep developing new techniques that bypass both traditional and “next-generation” security tools, leaving your systems and data at risk.

Security controls like Secure Email Gateways (SEGs) are effective for blocking some threats like spam, but cannot combat advanced malware like keyloggers and ransomware. The evasion techniques that are commonplace in advanced malware easily fool even “Next-generation” technologies like sandboxes that supplement SEGs.

Lastline Enterprise gives you the ability to protect your on-premises or hosted email. It is a complementary layer of defense to enhance your existing investments, enhancing your email security against advanced malware.

We designed the Lastline architecture to give you the maximum protection you want while offering the deployment flexibility and low TCO you need. Our subscription model, with low user-based pricing, gives you the flexibility of instrumenting everywhere in your network — whether on premises, or in the cloud.

Defeat Malicious Websites

Malware infections caused by malicious URLs and websites occur daily. Drive-by downloads install ransomware and other malicious code without your users’ knowledge. Next-generation firewalls (NGFWs), sandboxes, Secure Web Gateways (SWGs), and other ‘advanced’ security tools can detect basic threats from dangerous websites, but they are unable to detect evasive malware.

Lastline Breach Defender augments your NGFWs and other web security tools, identify malware designed to successfully evade those technologies and providing complete breach visibility.

Respond to
Network Breaches

Lastline Breach Defender provides a dynamic blueprint of a breach as it unfolds in your network. This blueprint provides your security teams with complete breach visibility, displaying movement of the attack across your network.

Lastline Breach Defender puts the complete breach visibility you need for an integrated response to malicious activity at your fingertips. It decreases time-to-mitigation by showing all affected systems, applications, and data sets, as the breach moves across your network. Armed with this information, your security team can remediate network breaches faster, with fewer resources, and lower costs.

Block Malicious Objects

Every second counts when you are under a cyberattack, and rapid, accurate, and effective blocking of malicious objects and the specific actions they perform is critical.

Lastline Breach Defender identifies key Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) to alert you to compromised systems and applications in your network. It delivers fast, actionable threat intelligence to your existing security technologies to trigger incident response and block attacks immediately.

Powerful APIs push blocking rules to NGFWs, send breach event information to your Security Information Event Management (SIEM), block malicious objects in-line with Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), and add evasive malware intelligence to SWGs.

Identify Anomalous
Network Activity

Identifying and understanding sophisticated malware operating within your network is essential for responding to threats quickly, before data exfiltration can occur.

Lastline Breach Defender 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.

You can identify anomalous activity and prioritize mitigation actions faster 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.

Protect Your Entire Enterprise

Lastline provides the visibility and context you need to stop breaches in their tracks.