CISO Challenge #10

I am required to store network log data, but the huge data volumes make this very expensive

Compliance and regulation standards across industries require the storage of network traffic. However, with the ever-rising amount of network traffic storing network data becomes very expensive

Exeon’s approach

ExeonTrace’s algorithms aggregate raw network log data and store them in a graph database
Volume reduction compared to the incoming meta log data (e.g. NetFlow raw data): in the order of 100
Volume reduction compared to storing pcap raw data: in the order of 10’000-100’000
This allows for long-term archives with limited resources

Benefits for CISOs and security teams

Storage option between raw log data and a processed graph database
Graph database requires significantly less storage resources
Lower costs

Future-proof NDR approach

ExeonTrace doesn’t effect network performance

Larger companies that use traditional NDR report a decrease of their network performance due to the bandwidth required for mirroring. Since ExeonTrace uses very light-weight logs there is no such effect on the network performance.

Other challenges you might have:

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Main benefits of ExeonTrace

Comprehensive Visibility

Visibility into your IT network to identify weaknesses before they are exploited by attackers (exposed services, shadow IT, insecure and risky communication etc.)

No traffic mirroring

Algorithms are analysing light-weight network log data

Reduced SOC workload

Ready-made use cases and ML models, automated cross-data correlation and intuitive visualisations make the SOC work more effective and efficient

Not affected by encryption

Metadata analysis is unaffected by network data encryption