Cisco Threat Response automates integrations across select Cisco Security products and accelerates key security operations functions: detection, investigation, and remediation. It is a key pillar of our integrated security architecture.
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Cisco Threat Response integrates threat intelligence from Cisco Talos and third-party sources to automatically research indicators of compromise (IOCs) and confirm threats quickly.
Cisco Threat Response adds context from integrated Cisco Security products automatically so you know instantly which of your systems was targeted and how.
Cisco Threat Response shows your results on intuitive, configurable graphs for better situational awareness and quick conclusions.
Cisco Threat Response provides the capability you need to collect and store key investigation information, and to manage and document your progress and findings.
Cisco Threat Response makes it easy to continue deeper investigations into integrated Cisco Security products. Want to see exactly where that malicious file went? One click and you are inside Cisco AMP for Endpoints with everything you need to know about its trajectory.
Cisco Threat Response lets you take corrective action directly from its interface. Block suspicious files, domains, and more--without having to log in to another product first.
Use your AMP for Endpoints admin credentials or Threat Grid Cloud credentials to log in now. Have Umbrella or Email Security? Your access is coming very soon.
Just one simple configuration step turns on the integrations which today are AMP for Endpoints, Threat Grid, Umbrella, and Email Security. But that’s just the start.
Cisco Talos Weekly Threat Roundup is a great place to learn about the latest threats. Just paste the indicators of compromise (IOCs) into Threat Response, and prepare to be wowed.
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Want to know which systems were affected by that malicious file? Integrate AMP for Endpoints with Threat Response and you’ll spot them right away... and then be able to secure them.
Need to know which devices connected to that malicious domain? Integrate Umbrella with Threat Response and you’ll see that too... and be able to block those domains.
Want to find out who sent that malicious email attachment? Integrate Email Security with Threat Response and you’ll find out everyone who sent it and so much more.
Curious if anyone else has seen that file and knows why it is suspicious? Integrate Threat Grid with Threat Response and get detailed intelligence about malware, associated paths, and more.
Does Threat Response work with anything else? Integrate other security products and threat intelligence feeds with Threat Response through its robust APIs. It’s not always about Cisco.
An effective security operations center is not just about great technology. It’s about how your people, processes, and technology work together to identify threats and swiftly take corrective action. Let Cisco Incident Response Services help you prepare for, manage, and recover from network attacks and data breaches.