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eSentire

Company

eSentire, the global leader in Managed Detection and Response (MDR), keeps organizations safe from constantly evolving cyber attacks that technology alone cannot prevent. Its 24×7 Security Operations Center (SOC), staffed by elite security analysts, hunts, investigates, and responds in real-time to known and unknown threats before they become business disrupting events. Protecting more than $5.7 trillion AUM in the financial sector alone, eSentire absorbs the complexity of cybersecurity, delivering enterprise-grade protection and the ability to comply with growing regulatory requirements.

Solutions

As an outsourced SOC service, eSentire offers a wide spectrum of threat protection capabilities:

Rapid intrusion detection and response auto-detects and responds to known and unknown threats with:

  • Real-time blocking of IOCs, signatures, and previously unseen attacks, including phishing, malware, ransomware, and botnets
  • An extensive, proprietary rules library covering 40+ threat categories
  • Highly-customizable rules and policies, including executable whitelists, geo-IP, and blocking access to specific sites

Log aggregation for threat hunting enables log correlation and playbook development to support and guide analysts, regardless of the network size, by:

  • Aggregating and correlating log data to assist with reporting, compliance, and attack forensics
  • Finding, tracking, and mapping threats to affected resources by querying, exploring, and pivoting across logs

Insider and persistent threat detection, regardless of the tools, tactics, or procedures (TTPs) used, by focusing on the few fundamental adversary behaviors:

  • Automatically learns and constantly updates “normal” definitions for each host within a customer’s unique, growing, and changing environment
  • Understands and ties together internal reconnaissance, collection, and exfiltration behaviors across time and the network
  • Speeds investigations and provides comprehensive customer understanding with ThreatCases, contextual maps of unfolding threats

Vendor Certifications

activereach is a certified reseller of eSentire MDR solutions.

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eSentire’s Malicious Activity Assessment augments our risk assessment providing 45 days of continuous visibility looking deep into network activity to detect known, unknown and evasive threats that may already be present or bypassing your preventative measures. Utilizing full packet capture, network data is fed to 24×7 SOC analysts who leverage proprietary hunting methods to detect and confirm an attacker’s presence.

Isolation of threats discovered are performed on your behalf to ensure attackers are shut down before they can accomplish their objectives. Critical insight is fed to your security team illuminating where your preventative measures failed with daily alerts and weekly reports, including an executive report, that summarizes SOC investigations pinpointing areas in need of defensive refinements that aids your security staff in mitigating areas of greatest risk.

To request a 45-day Malicious Activity Assessment please complete our Demo Request form.

Further Information

Please visit our solutions page on managed detection and response for further information.


What our customers say

As an educational establishment on three sites, with both boarding and day pupils, it is essential that our IT systems provide the users with all that they need across education, marketing, finance, external visitors to the sites and Charity Services.

With such a large demand there has, over time, been inevitable conflicts and ill-feeling created.  activereach have given us the support, knowledge and guidance to improve our structures and systems in order that the user has the best possible service.  Significant progress has been made thanks to the team at activereach.  We are not at the final solution, but a more cohesive team approach is developing.

Ian Mullins
Executive Director of Education & Operations, Licenced Trade Charity

Did you know?

In 57% of breaches analysed in 2018, malware was not delivered using infected files – instead using “fileless” techniques injected directly into RAM, evading traditional anti-virus protection.

Source: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2019

Solution: With anti-virus software becoming increasingly weak at protecting networks, companies can benefit from investing in breach detection, and zero trust techniques to segment their network to limit damage from any malicious actors that have found a way through your defences.

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