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Advance your XDR strategy with robust telemetry, actionable alerts, and machine learning based insights from your cloud workloads, with Threat Stack’s Cloud Security Platform.
XDR uses machine learning and analytics to contextualize and correlate alerts from across your cloud workloads, servers, network, email, and endpoints. You can achieve the benefits of XDR faster with Threat Stack which already leverages machine learning and analytics to reduce responders’ mean time to know.
Getting data out of disparate solutions can be difficult and fragile for an overburdened team. That is why we designed the Cloud Security Platform to be open from the beginning:
Threat Stack provides data collection and threat detection across your entire environment with both agent and agent-less technology. This is critical for XDR because it requires both breadth and depth of visibility in each environment to truly deliver on the holistic promise of XDR.
The telemetry is sent directly to Threat Stack’s SaaS platform, requiring no virtual appliances so that your operations teams can simply deploy and auto scale their environment while Threat Stack goes along for the ride.
Too many companies focus on tools and data, forgetting that their whole purpose is to make your security teams more effective. It does not matter how great your security solution is if no one is able to take action on its findings.
This is why we offer an optional managed service called Oversight. Even our enterprise customers with large teams of security analysts and incident responders leverage Threat Stack’s SOC to focus on the less sensitive 90% assets (“the herd”) freeing up time and resources to focus on the 10% critical assets, endpoint and network alarms, email alerts, and everything else their XDR is telling them about.
Since 2016 Threat Stack has briefed on adversaries prioritizing credential theft such as AWS Access Keys, exfiltrating them from pre-production and corporate environments to directly access the cloud provider’s management console and APIs. This allows adversaries to circumvent traditional network security like firewalls and network IDS, granting them direct access to workloads and managed services.
This is why your XDR strategy must include both your corporate and production environments, allowing you to proactively identify risks between the environments and quickly detect malicious credential usage.
Threat Stack’s agent based technology can be deployed in any cloud workload or on-premise server. These agents send data directly back to the Cloud Security Platform (SaaS based) for processing and alerting with no virtual appliances necessary.
Since 2005 organizations have attempted to unify their threat detection and management capabilities with SIEMs. Instead of unified threat management this hardened organizational silos, with each function getting its own SIEM - one for email, one for corporate networks, one for production environments, etc., and each business unit made its own technology selection.
XDR looks to solve that problem, allowing enterprises to either aggregate their SIEMs’ output into a unified threat management solution, or to skip deploying SIEMs altogether and head straight to a unified XDR strategy.