Stellar Cyber autonomously detects a broad range of threats in the entire cyber kill chain with high confidence through your entire environment. Stellar Cyber’s patented Interflow™ streamlines anomaly detection and investigation by creating context among events. Additionally, Interflow normalizes security data shared between integrated applications and third-party applications, driving single-pane-of-glass visibility and control across security toolsets.
Starlight - SOC Command Center
Capture The Right Data
Starlight eliminates blind spots through its unique set of data collectors that include agent sensors, network sensors, security sensors and deception sensors. These sensors can be deployed as software, hardware appliances or virtual appliances and can be collected from any environment. The sensors collect packets, files & logs and transforms the data collected into a proprietary Interflow data set that is reduced and fused data.
Detect The Real Threats
Once data has been collected, reduced and given context, Starlight runs advanced machine learning algorithms on the new and improved data set in order to detect higher fidelity security events. With this methodology of getting the data set right before applying detection techniques, Starlight solves the age-old problem of garbage in, garbage out. Security Analysts benefit with this approach by chasing down less false alarms.
Starlight’s Interflow data is the foundation for security investigation and threat hunting. Because Interflow fuses contextual data into packet and log records, security analysts have a single record that can be looked at when trying to prove that a detection is accurate and actionable. When looking for evidence for security detections, analysts no longer have to mentally try and stitch together data from packets and logs make sense of things.
Starlight delivers a variety of response actions once security events have been detected. The system can generate email or slack alerts, send PDF reports, submit data to SOAR tools such as Demisto and Phantom Cyber and even manually or automatically instructing firewalls to take appropriate response actions such as blocking an IP address or redirecting a user to a captive portal for further authentication.