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Bitdefender has launched a new solution for network monitoring and analysis of network traffic for businesses. This is IntelliTriage, which uses Network Traffic Security Analytics (NTSA) to detect suspicious network activity.

IntelliTriage not only needs to improve the understanding of the network, but also the response to security incidents. For example, the solution offers automated triage alerts. According to Bitdefender, the solution is well suited for Managed Security Solution Providers (MSSPs), Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and mid-sized companies that are confronted with advanced attacks, vulnerable IoT devices, internal threats and compliance issues.

IntelliTriage also uses machine learning to automatically monitor and analyze the behavior of devices throughout the network. This includes encrypted network traffic in all infrastructures. The analysis that the solution does is based on the findings of half a billion systems worldwide.

IntelliTriage also helps detect advanced attacks, also known as APT attacks. The machine learning ensures that APT attacks can be detected with great accuracy. As a result, the investigation times for incidents are much shorter and the business risk lower.

Preventing alarm fatigue

Moreover, security guards do not have to worry about ‘alarm fatigue’. Security analysts often find it difficult to respond to high-priority alerts because there are hundreds of alerts from numerous security products. As a result, there is a chance that an incident may be missed or ignored. APTs can then remain present in the infrastructure for a long time.

However, IntelliTriage’s detection solutions must provide full visibility of the infrastructure. A detailed explanation of how to assess the severity of an incident is provided, as well as smart triage-based alerts. This allows analysts to focus on the real incidents.

Furthermore, IntelliTriage is integrated with Bitdefender GravityZone. This allows customers to use local single sign-on and simplified product licenses. The solution also benefits from contributions from the community. On a forum, customers receive 24-hour technical support from experienced technicians.

This news article was automatically translated from Dutch to give Techzine.eu a head start. All news articles after September 1, 2019 are written in native English and NOT translated. All our background stories are written in native English as well. For more information read our launch article.