Cybersecurity monitoring is complex and time-consuming when trying to parse through network and host data sources, implementing countermeasures, coordinating with various stakeholders, and initiating all aspects of incident response. Through our security orchestration, automation, & response (SOAR) solution, you can put these processes on auto-pilot to streamline data analysis and decision-making.
Security Orchestration, Automation, & Response (SOAR) streamline your defensive cyber operations (DCO) functions. Between threat detection, incident response initiation, and stakeholder notifications, SOAR tools empower your security operations center (SOC) to run smoothly and efficiently so you can focus on your program’s mission.
With infinite network events sparking anomalous activity every minute, it’s tough to manually decipher the false alarms from legitimate threats. Our automation and orchestrationprocesses accelerate the data analysis process so you can receive more alerts faster and more accurately identify cyber threats.
Various incident response procedures are required depending on the attack delivered and the network design. Our Security Orchestration, Automation, & Response (SOAR) solutions initiate response plans and notify the appropriate users automatically based on the specific intrusion.
Standardizing incident response through security automation takes the guesswork out of how to resolve a cyber incident. We use our incident remediation experience, mass supply of cyber threat intelligence sources, and robust development security operations (DevSecOps) approach to empower your leaders to make quick, accurate decisions.
Staying on course for mission success requires collaboration between all relevant parties. The same principle holds true when running a security operations center (SOC). We orchestrate stakeholder involvement across all teams by leveraging automated system notifications to accelerate incident response activity.
Threats in cyberspace are fast-moving and unpredictable. It takes a true expert equipped with best-in-class automation tools and cyber threat intelligence to stay ahead of the curve. Our team of engineers and analysts incorporates decades of combined incident response experience to proactively develop a security operations center (SOC) that serves your program mission.
Security operations center (SOC) analysts are often overloaded with false alarms and stresses of manually evaluating a threat that could be avoided if more information was shared internally and between organizations. We at BreakPoint Labs proudly participate in the DARPA Cyber Hunting At Scale (CHASE) program, which develops automated tools to detect and remediate known attack vectors in high volume datasets.
Security Orchestration, Automation, & Response (SOAR) platforms aren’t complete without a robust incident response tracker (IRT). We keep your program on a path to mission success by developing powerful IRT technology that automatically spots and reports indicators of compromise (IOC), classifies confirmed attacks, and details incident information such as source, impact, and forensics data.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the Department of Defense (DoD) has invested tons of resources in optimizing security operations center (SOC) automation and developing algorithms that accurately identify cyber threats. We are one of the many private businesses that support DARPA and its Cyber Hunting At Scale (CHASE) program through the development and testing of novel analytical techniques.
Across our commercial and federal client base, we’ve undergone numerous Security Orchestration, Automation, & Response (SOAR) platform deployments to monitor network activity and hunt for cyber threats. As a result, we can automatically track billions of network events daily, collect the data for analysis, and obtain key threat insights applicable to engagements that support program missions.
Our experience through the volume of Security Orchestration, Automation, & Response (SOAR) platform deployments is supplemented by the variety of environments we’ve worked in. Supporting hundreds of complex cybersecurity missions, we have served federal, state, and local government agencies, healthcare organizations, manufacturers, academic institutions, and enterprise businesses — all containing unique network designs and technology arsenals.