“Cybersecurity threats are evolving so quickly that most IT departments and SOC teams can’t keep up – so they become concerned for the state of their organizational security,” said Guy Caspi, CEO, Deep Instinct.
The addition of the Advanced Threat Analysis provides a tool set that performs advanced analysis on top of threats found in the organization, as part of the D-Appliance management console. It includes static analysis, sandboxing analysis, screenshots and network dump of the potential threats.
The introduction of Deep Instincts’ Deep Threat Analysis Report, also part of its new threat analysis services, gives organizations a stronger line of defense by helping them better understand more about thwarted attacks on their environment. The executive report enables visibility of prevented threats almost instantaneously, unlike lengthy delays organizations experience expect with similar reports, enabling a clearer view of the threat environment and saving time and money analysing future dangers.
Deep Instinct has disrupted the traditional cybersecurity market with new levels of accuracy that enable it to predict and prevent new first-seen threats others cannot find. It uses a proprietary artificial neural network inspired by the brain’s natural ability to learn and is the first of its kind to be applied to cybersecurity. It scans 100% of the raw data sets with unprecedented, industry leading precision to protect against zero-day threats and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attacks, while ensuring lowest false positives and an overall safer organization.