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Anomali ThreatStream combines threat data from feeds and other sources with data from inside the network to surface relevant threats to an organization.
By mapping Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) with a strategic threat model, analysts using the ThreatStream platform are able to quickly identify, investigate and react to security threats.
Anomali brings together all your threat intelligence data, turning it into useful, highly actionable information. With ThreatStream organizations have a powerful platform to manage millions of IOCs.
Anomali also offers an APP Store where users can access, trial and purchase 3rd party threat intelligence feeds.
ThreatStream integrates with many common security and IT products, allowing businesses to quickly start finding threats lurking on the internal network by taking advantage of tools they already own.
Once suspicious IOC activity is detected within your network it’s critical to understand the nature and scope of the threat. Anomali gives you all the context at your fingertips.
Clicking an IOC match takes you to the ThreatStream investigation portal where you can determine:
Anomali supports multiple threat models, including Kill Chain, Diamond Model and STIX/TAXII.
A corporate brand is just as much of a target as company data. ThreatStream provides users with the tools to monitor for two common tactics, typosquatted domains and compromised credentials.
Anomali believes in the power of the community as a force multiplier in the defense against cyber threats. To that end ThreatStreams offers secure collaboration capabilities to allow cybersecurity analysts and organizations to share intelligence seamlessly.
Trusted Circles: ThreatStream offers simple creation of public and private communities for secure sharing. 2-way Collaboration: TheatStream allows users to easily contribute intelligence to their communities. Company-proprietary information can easily be extracted or masked to ensure the confidentiality of shared information.
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