And now, with Cylance’s new reporting capabilities, users can easily get near real-time interactive statistics, increasing their situational awareness and gaining insight into their potential attack surface. This video provides a brief overview of the new reports available from the Cylance management console:
The enhanced reporting provides users with even more visibility into settings that prevent compromise, as well as better visibility into events in their environment, including:
- The total number of devices with AQT and Memory Protection enabled / disabled
- The quantity and classification of malware events identified in the organization, and the level of malware events in an unsafe or abnormal state
- The number of PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) events identified in the organization
- The Top Malware Classifications events and the Top File Owners with the most threat events
- And more!
With a complex “detect and respond” focused security stack, teams are consistently one step behind attackers, always chasing attacks instead of preventing them. With significant pressures to create a best-in-breed security stack for their businesses, security teams have acquired more technology than ever before and layer upon layer of security controls in order to keep their organizations safe. Unfortunately, the opposite generally occurs.
With Cylance security solutions, organizations have a new, better option for securing their digital assets and optimizing their security resources. Learn more HERE (PDF).
This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by The Cylance Team. Read the original post at: Cylance Blog