When an alert has fired and a cyberattack is in progress, time is critical. In most situations, to amass the relevant information, understaffed incident response (IR) teams must execute many separate collection processes and mine volumes of log files. In the delay, volatile system data is lost. As a result, IR teams have an incomplete picture of what is happening during a cyberattack, often causing hasty decisions that lead to incorrect conclusions.
The data you need—no more, no less—to defend against attacks
Illusive’s Attack Intelligence System (AIS) provides access to rich, precise incident data delivered in real-time to security teams so they can rapidly analyze the situation, and respond effectively. Illusive captures forensic data from the systems where attackers are operating—both compromised endpoints and real-OS decoy systems—so defenders can:
Quickly make smart decisions under fire, leveraging real-time, precision intelligence. Immediately upon detection, IR teams can see the attacker’s position in relation to critical business assets and are equipped with context-aware data to understand the incident, focus the investigation process, and quickly determine the best course of action.
Magnify the power of limited IR resources by having a single, easily viewable source of unified forensic data that empowers both expert and non-expert defenders.
Improve long-term cyber resilience by gaining in-depth insight into the tools, tactics and techniques of the attacker to integrate lessons and improve future defenses.
Better forensics mean greater SOC efficiency
Combined with Illusive’s deception-based Attack Detection System, Illusive is the most effective and efficient platform for quickly detecting and stopping malicious lateral movement before attackers reach business-critical assets. Illusive’s Decoy Module enables organizations to deploy real-OS, centrally managed decoy systems anywhere in the network—in minutes, and with almost no IT support. Illusive’s endpoint forensic collection can also be extended to support any other alerting mechanism in the security operations center.