Raptor Eye SOAR is a combination of software programs and tools that allow
organizations to synthesize and automate security operations, threat intelligence, and incident response
in a single platform.
For example, using a firewall app, Raptor Eye SOAR can automatically block the IP address of a computer that is attempting to brute-force a login. SOAR can complete this task much quicker than it would take for a human admin to receive an alert, open the firewall app and manually block the offending IP address. Because SOAR provides the core data collection and analysis functionality of SIEM, it’s possible to use just SOAR
Important components of the Raptor Eye SIEM solution are notification and alerting. A security analyst
can configure triggered events according to particular data points discovered during the log collecting
and correlation stages. When vulnerabilities are found, the SIEM system can transmit real-time
notifications to the security team for additional analysis and remediation.
Raptor Eye SIEM's real-time notification and alerting enable analysts to respond to assaults considerably more quickly than they previously could, potentially lowering your Mean-Time-to-Detect (MTTD) and Mean-Time-to-Respond (MTTR) times (MTTR). Additionally, it might shorten the time a threat actor spends in your environment, protecting your business from revenue losses and reputational harm.
The network and its operations are probably the subjects of many inquiries from your security staff. Raptor Eye SIEM places a high priority on reporting since we think that information should be disseminated in an insightful manner. The Raptor Eye SIEM solution offers prepackaged reports right out of the box and also supports template customization so you can receive the reporting your company requires. You can support corporate goals using Raptor Eye SIEM's reporting and dashboards, which also provide executive-level data that meaningfully display security metrics. Your Executives might be interested in learning how MTTD and MTTR have changed over the past few months. Alternatively, your security analysts might be interested in seeing account activity, and how frequently users access particular programs, canceled accounts, or suspicious users.
Raptor's Eye SIEM instantly alerts you to important changes made to your files and folders. It executes real-time file integrity monitoring. The file integrity monitoring function of Raptor Eye can be used to safeguard the most important files located everywhere in your company. Stay aware of malware-related registry modifications, unauthorized access to private files, and theft of personal information. monitor specific file views, edits, and deletions, as well as alterations to a group, owner, and permissions. Create new use cases for User & Entity Behavior Analytics (UEBA) and Endpoint Threat Detection using data collected by File Integrity Monitoring. Stay alert on any illegal or unintended modification of private files or registry settings, whether brought on by a hacker assault or a mistake in change management.
Your ability to detect and respond to catastrophic cyberattacks is undermined without quick and effective threat detection, giving attackers more than enough time to steal or obliterate the sensitive data held by your organization. To protect your business from significant harm, early threat detection, and beforehand action is needed to tackle a particular cyberattack or security breach. A crucial part of Threat detection and incident response is gathering and processing data from all across your network pool. The Raptor Eye SIEM platform offers comprehensive visibility throughout your environment, from gathering security and log data to providing comprehensive analytics, enabling effective and efficient threat detection, investigation, and response.
Raptor Eye is a purpose-built SIEM solution with a risk-based vulnerability management feature that is quick, easy, and low-risk path to deliver the functionality you need to meet the organization's vulnerability management goals and continue to develop the vulnerability management program over time. Raptor Eye is suitable for both smaller and larger enterprises. Raptor Eye swiftly and effectively finds network flaws, vulnerabilities, incorrect setups, and potential threat vectors. The first step in preventing an attack is to take this action. With out-of-the-box, pre-configured templates and focus scanning efforts based on the particular makeup of your environment, Raptor Eye gets you up and running quickly. Raptor Eye runs a "live update" after each time a new plugin is added to look for the most recent data.
Our ground-breaking cloud-native SaaS technology, Raptor Eye SIEM is designed for security teams that are overburdened with data and always facing new threats. Raptor Eye's easy user interface, created from the bottom up, offers analysts relevant analytics into cybersecurity threats so you can swiftly defend your environment and decrease noise. The security analytics feature of Raptor Eye makes it easier for your security teams to prioritize and concentrate on the work that counts by easing the burden of maintaining data and the operating infrastructure
The core component of Raptor Eye SIEM is the collection and normalization of logs, putting them forward in a more analytical manner. At the point of ingestion, flexible log collecting from on-premises or the cloud guarantees that metadata is automatically gathered, giving you visibility as soon as feasible. Through our innovative Machine Data Intelligence Architecture, Raptor Eye SIEM effectively normalizes log data and enriches it to increase searchability and analytics across various log sources.
Organizations must be able to rely on solutions that can identify and respond to both known and unidentified security threats given how quickly the cybersecurity landscape changes. Utilizing the Raptor Eye SIEM solution, successfully prevent contemporary security breaches like: Security flaws and assaults resulting from unauthorized users trying to access private networks and digital archives Credential compromise can lead to these attacks.