Evolve SECURITY AUTOMATION
Evolve Security Automation Platform – Evolve your Security
Threat Intelligence has responded to the evolving global threats and challenges of limited security budgets, skills and resources with an innovative Security Automation Platform – Evolve.
Security Automation maximises security budgets, streamlines operational security team capabilities, and provides far greater visibility and control of your organisation’s threats, risks and security breaches.
Our Security Automation Platform, Evolve,delivers three pillars of Security Automation:
- Automated Penetration Testing
- Automated Security Architecture Orchestration
- Automated Incident Response
Additionally, custom Security Automation modules and workflows can be developed to expand the platform features and customise the environment to better meet your organisations’ needs.
Automated Penetration Testing
As technology expands, so do vulnerabilities and attack vectors for an organisations’ systems and applications.
With Evolve organisations can now execute on-demand automated penetration testing to identify key attack vectors and security flaws faster than ever before. ‘Location-Agnostic Penetration Testing’now allows penetration testing environments to be orchestrated in the cloud or across your organisation’s security zones. Better quality penetration testing and repeatable real-time verification of risks.
Automated Security Architecture Orchestration
Evolve automatically builds security architectures and integrates Cyber Threat Intelligence feeds in the cloud for fast proactive protection. An added feature is the security monitoring which integrates with our Automated Incident Response when attacks and breaches are identified. The result is fast, effective security capability enhancements for security teams.
Automated Incident Response
Security Automation triggers incident response procedures as soon as suspicious activity is identified and ensures critical investigation data is not destroyed.
Step 1: Automated Evidence Collection captures critical data to ensure a thorough investigation can be performed.
Step 2: Automated Evidence Analysis is then performed to identify key Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) that form the fingerprint of the security breach.
Step 3: Automated Incident Response Actions are then executed to perform preventative actions and search systems throughout your environments to identify other machines that have been breached. Additional automated evidence collection can then be performed to continue the investigation, analysis and response.