CISO Challenge #7

It is cumbersome for security analysts to analyse the data stored in the SIEM

SIEM queries tend to be highly CPU-intensive as there is lots of unprocessed data that needs to be analysed. In addition, SIEMs typically come with very little, pre-defined network-specific use cases, making SIEM analysis time-consuming for security analysts.

Exeon’s approach

ExeonTrace’s algorithms process the input data to a graph database that reduces the data size compared to the input data by the factor x100
This makes data analysis/threat hunting in ExeonTrace extremely performant
ExeonTrace comes with pre-defined use cases making manual queries obsolete
Intuitive visualisations support the work of the security analysts

Benefits for CISOs and security teams

Light-weight graph database analysis accelerates the speed of queries
Pre-defined use cases reduce the manual work of security analysts
Out-of-the-box visualisation for threat hunting
Efficiency gain for SOCs

ExeonTrace vs. SIEM

NDR, the smarter way

ExeonTrace can be used with or instead of a SIEM. Either way you’ll get world-class security AI and award-winning algorithms combined with ready-made threat analyzers, created in Switzerland by a highly talented team of data scientists, machine learning experts, white hat hackers, and network security specialists.

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