Chief Information Security Officer's challenges – and how Exeon addresses them
We appreciate being in contact with a lot of Chief Information Security Officers. And we understand that while the attack surface and complexity of Cyber Security are growing, resources and budgets are limited.
This is why we compiled some of the most frequently mentioned CISO challenges – and how ExeonTrace effectively helps to master them, making ExeonTrace a trusted and powerful tool for various situations CISOs and security teams are facing every day.
CISO Challenge #1
I don’t know exactly what is happening in my network
CISO Challenge #2
Network traffic encryption makes my tools, which rely on deep packet inspection, become blind
CISO Challenge #3
Writing and maintaining SIEM use cases for network log data is cumbersome
CISO Challenge #4
I need better threat detection than static IOCs
CISO Challenge #5
My current tools (e.g. IDS) create too many false alerts
CISO Challenge #6
I need to identify shadow IT
CISO Challenge #7
It is cumbersome for security analysts to analyse the data stored in the SIEM
CISO Challenge #8
Whitelisting systems in SIEMs is risky and inconvenient
CISO Challenge #9
My SOC is flooded with alerts for networks that are irrelevant (e.g. guest WLANs) - Relevant alerts get lost
CISO Challenge #10
I am required to store network log data, but the huge data volume makes this very expensive
CISO Challenge #11
I can’t do traffic mirroring in my own or my outsourcer’s network
CISO Challenge #12
I don’t know whether I can trust the third-party applications in my network
Are you facing other challenges that we didn't cover yet?
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Main benefits of ExeonTrace
Visibility into your entire IT/OT network and all its interfaces to identify vulnerabilities (exposed services, shadow IT etc.) and malicious attack patterns in real-time.
Not affected by encryption
Algorithms are unaffected by encrypted payloads since they are built to detect attack patterns based on metadata and not deep packet inspection.
Light-weight log data
Analysis of light-weight network log data instead of data-heavy traffic mirroring. Metadata can be exported from existing network sources (switches, firewalls etc.) without hardware sensors.
Developed in Switzerland
As an established Swiss NDR solution, based on a decade of research at ETH Zürich, we maintain a high level of innovation and privacy, which is incorporated in our ExeonTrace platform.