Improve Threat Detection With High Fidelity Alerts and Minimal False Positives

Threat detection teams continuously monitor incoming security alerts from a variety of systems and triaging them to determine whether they point to signs of malicious activity.

There are several factors that make threat detection particularly difficult. Criminals are continually changing their attacks, using evasive, polymorphic and self-obfuscating malware. They are also automating their attacks, increasing the volume and frequency.

The result for SOC teams is a massive volume of alerts that exceed their capacity to investigate, leaving many alerts simply ignored. This is exacerbated by the on-going staffing shortage as well as the large percentage of alerts that are false positives, wasting limited time on unneeded investigations while real attacks slip through.

Improve Threat Detection with Network Detection and Response

Lastline Defender™ delivers the industry’s highest fidelity insights into advanced threats entering or operating in your network. You can protect network, web, and email traffic with Lastline Defender’s agentless, cloud-based architecture.

Lastline Sensors provide comprehensive visibility into traffic that crosses your network perimeter (“north/south”) as well as traffic that moves laterally inside your perimeter (“east/west”), for both your on-premises network and cloud infrastructure.

Place unlimited Sensors throughout your on-premises and cloud networks

Lastline Defender uses a combination of four complementary technologies powered by artificial intelligence to detect and analyze the data collected from across your network to detect advanced threats that other tools miss, while significantly reducing false positives:

Powered by Artificial Intelligence
Network Traffic Analysis (NTA)

Detects anomalous activity and malicious behavior as it moves laterally across your network

Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDPS)

Detects and prevents known threats entering your network


Detects malicious content attempting to enter your network via the web, email, or file transfers

Global Threat Intelligence

Updates Lastline Defender’s detection and analysis capabilities in real time

The result of combining multiple detection technologies, automatically trained on both network traffic and malicious behaviors, with network-wide visibility is high-fidelity alerts that detect zero-day attacks and evasive malware,accelerate threat response by focusing efforts on the highest risk alerts, and dramatically reduce false positives and alert fatigue.

Lastline Defender significantly reduces the number of intrusions your SOC has to investigate (e.g., 214 PB of data analyzed in one month in one network to only 4 intrusions affecting 10 hosts)

Defending the Perimeter is No Longer Enough

Detecting lateral movement with a network is now considered an essential capability. Security practitioners know that attackers follow a familiar pattern: First they establish a foothold on the network and then move laterally to compromise internal servers and databases.

Lastline Defender analyzes anomalous network traffic and device behaviors in real time to speed detection of lateral movement. It monitors application-level network protocols and internal protocols, aggregating network data for context and historical analysis. Lastline Defender then generates an intrusion blueprint of a threat as it moves laterally across your network, as well as a detailed timeline of malicious activity, which speed complete remediation.

Lastline Defender shows an attack’s progress in your network including compromised systems and communication with external systems.
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