Thirtyseven4 EDR Security: Live Endpoint Threat Hunting

In the immediate future, Thirtyseven4 will be releasing its upcoming Version of next-gen EDR Security Console, Version 8.3.  Thirtyseven4 EDR Security 8.3 is a comprehensive, yet simplified unified solution that integrates the most current and innovative technologies in protecting districts and businesses from today’s most advanced and evolving threats. In addition to BitLocker Encryption Management for Data Security, 8.3 will include Endpoint Threat Hunting (ETH). ETH is an effective way to search files for malicious hashes across endpoints. ETH detects hidden attacks based on the hashes provided by a user and aids in thwarting them (hunting) before they can have opportunity to inflict or cause any harm to a system.

How it works?

High threat level malicious data is pulled from an open source MISP server into the Endpoint Threat Hunting platform and an automated ETH is performed on deployed clients. MISP is an open-source software solution for collecting, storing, distributing and sharing cyber security indicators and threats about cyber security incident analysis and malware analysis. This activity is run daily or weekly so that the actions can be performed on real-time hashes present on the client.  Absolute endpoint interactivity for information gathering is also available via Thirtyseven4 Live ETH

Live ETH fetches endpoints in real-time to gather information from pre-defined data sources on the endpoints. Thirtyseven4 integrates with external threat intelligence platforms like MISP and Mitre Attack, and from various sources, including security advisories or threat intelligence feeds to maximize security. Users can also upload CSV files containing multiple hashes for bulk searching.

In addition, Thirtyseven4 EDR Security 8.3 will include advanced EDR Automated IOC Blocking based on hash values as well (XDR).  An IOC or Indicator of Compromise is evidence that someone may have breached an organization’s network or endpoint. Thirtyseve4’s IOC Blocking does not merely alert of a potential threat, but Thirtyseven4 goes beyond and signals that an attack has already occurred. The included 8.3 Automated IOC Search proactively searches on event logs and configured SIEM event management.  This feature integrates with the MISP server for instant Threat Feeds. Real-time IOC Blocking has also been implemented within 8.3, allowing submitted file hashes continued investigation of malicious content and real-time blocking.

Check back for more updates and posts about additional new features incorporated within Thirtyseven4 EDR Security 8.3 and trust us to protect you.

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About Thirtyseven4 EDR Security:

Thirtyseven4 EDR Security exceeds cyber security insurance requirements and includes:

• Advanced EDR Capabilities
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Advanced Next-Generation Anti-virus protection
• Automated/Monitored/Dynamic Endpoint Detection & Response (EDR) functionality
• A.I. based Ransomware Protection
• Next-Generation Malware Engine
• Automated Curative Response
• Removal of Current Antivirus Product
• Integrated Patch Management
• Anti-Keylogger modules
• Asset Management
• Firewall
• PC-Tuning
• Content Filtering
• Malware Detection & Removal
• Vulnerability Scanning
• Email Security
• Advanced Device Control

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