Get deeper network threat intel with advanced analytics.
When protecting your business, you need to monitor your network and cloud-based devices. But is that enough? Monitoring is just the first step. You need to know what the data is telling you. What signals are you seeing about a potential threat? Where exactly are the weak spots in your network?
Verizon’s Network Threat Advanced Analytics takes you from simply monitoring cyber security threats to active threat analytics, management, and prevention. As one of the world’s largest internet service and network security providers, we can combine the visibility into NetFlow traffic on our IP backbone with the skilled analysts at our Security Operations Centers (SOCs) located around the world. By leveraging machine-based and human intelligence for network threat analytics, you get qualified and detailed threat assessments that can help keep your business secure.
What is Network Threat Advanced Analytics?
Our Network Threat Advanced Analytics combines automated detection and human intelligence from our Security Operations Centers (SOCs) that provide visibility into external network threats. Together, they move customers from simply monitoring issues to proactively addressing potential cyber security threats.
Network Threat Advanced Analytics model.
Network Threat Advanced Analytics blends automated NetFlow monitoring with human intelligence from Verizon’s SOC analysts.
Features & benefits
Network Threat Advanced Analytics pair Verizon’s network detection capabilities with broader global threat intelligence. You’ll get a detailed picture of threats to your business, helping you spot potential network-born attacks or data loss early. Other features and benefits include:
- Broad analysis. View six different attributes in NetFlow data
- SOC analysis. Get human intelligence on top of automated results
- Dedicated partner. Work with an industry leader every step of the way
- Online portal. Create an easy-to-navigate format with near real-time reporting
years of security experience
security events processed yearly (on average)
years as a Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader*
Security Operations Centers worldwide
*Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Managed Security Services, Worldwide, Toby Bussa, Kelly M. Kavanagh, Sid Deshpande, Pete Shoard, February 2018
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