Take POCs for FireEye, Palo Alto Networks Products from Months to Minutes
Deployment Playbooks for POCs
There have been horror stories about security teams spending 6 to 12 months on proofs of concepts (POCs) while hoping to deploy new security solutions. At Threatcare, we understand that product implementation is not only time-consuming, but also costly to organizations — especially in terms of resources. If you’re looking for a solution that saves time and money during this process, Threatcare’s Violet platform is the answer.
At Threatcare we focus on giving organizations the ability to run network intrusion simulations to verify their cybersecurity. These simulations simplify product evaluations, security controls monitoring, and security staff training.
Violet is cloud-based and works directly from a browser (or bot), taking only minutes to setup. Many of our partners POC and deployment processes have been minimized from months to hours using the Violet platform. Since Violet generates benign traffic on an organization’s host computer, it can help gather time and quality-efficient metrics during a FireEye network security solution deployment or Palo Alto Networks Wildfire deployment (among many other solutions).
FireEye, Palo Alto Networks Deployment Tests
Violet generates traffic that should be detected and defended against by a deployed FireEye appliance. Tests use regular expressions (regex) such as domain match, web analysis, callback, callback block, and binary analysis patterns to validate FireEye appliance detection.
Palo Alto Networks WildFire service sits inline, using a multi-technique approach to discover and automatically prevent incoming unknown exploits and malware. It helps organizations attempt to discover invasions and practice resistance. Palo Alto Networks wildfire simulation, should be captured, analyzed, and quarantined by any sandbox solution.
Using Violet’s Playbooks users can test their security stack continuously to verify that their systems are protected.
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