In such a fast-paced environment, traditional security solutions and classical techniques alone are no longer enough to effectively prevent intrusions. Cybersecurity professionals need to be equipped with information about the latest threats and their types.
BI.ZONE ThreatVision provides access to up-to-date analytics on the current threats and trends gathered from multiple sources. Our knowledge base includes indicators of compromise and indicators of attack, contextual information, possible implications as well as BI.ZONE expert guidance on how to neutralize incidents. Incoming data is verified and converted into a user-friendly format to help you respond to potential threats in time and build a robust cybersecurity strategy.
BI.ZONE ThreatVision collects and correlates data from a wide range of internal and external sources
Exchanging the latest threat data allows a faster detection of infrastructure breaches and more effective prevention
With BI.ZONE ThreatVision, you can monitor emerging and downward attack trends and hence promptly adjust your cybersecurity strategy
The platform accumulates industry-specific threat data to give you insights into the context for informed security decision-making
An up-to-date and detailed database of previously unknown threats and indicators of compromise enables a quicker and more effective incident response
BI.ZONE ThreatVision allows you to set up notifications of new threats relevant to your industry, with data filtering by threat type and level of criticality
How it works
BI.ZONE ThreatVision connects multiple data sources, both external and internal (BI.ZONE and partner data).
Before uploading, all data is tested and verified for accuracy and relevancy.
The platform classifies the uploaded data and converts into a single format while retaining as much context as possible.
REST API enables automatic data integration with security solutions as well as cybersecurity monitoring and management systems.
- visualize threat data (life cycle, data evaluation from different sources, general statistics)
- configure widgets to specific tasks
- configure individual filters by data sources, types and periods
- perform Google-like search by incidents
- get a brief overview of targets (indicators, incidents, attacks, etc.)
- view all target connections (attacks, sources, etc.) on a graph