The Breach Detection dashboards, Breach Detection (classic) and Breach Detection - iDefense, are powered primarily by the iDefense, and Emerging Threats integrations, but are also affected by the Tor, ISC Port and NetFlow feeds, enable you to monitor all Asset Manager zones relative to security threats.
Both Dashboards - In Asset Manager 3.3.2, both dashboards present data in these categories:
Breach Detection Dashboard: The classic Breach Detection dashboard also uniquely presents data fed by the Emerging Threats integration in the ThreatFlow Charting widget.
Breach Detection Dashboard - iDefense: Presents unique data from iDefense such as Threatflow by Malware Family and Threatflow by Threat Type.
Refresh your browser to update all widgets on the Breach Detection dashboard. Or, set an interval at which to automatically refresh a selected widget on the dashboard (Edit > Gear icon > Edit Widget Settings).
Are your network's active security controls preventing communications to known zombie and command-and-control (C2) networks and servers? This widget helps you watch in real time for exfiltration to known bad servers and networks that were identified via open-source and closed-source intelligence feeds and repositories.
If CTP finds access to C2/Zombie machines, the following may be occurring:
Firewall rules are not effective at limiting outbound sessions over protocols known to be at-risk.
Firewalls/NGFW/IPS/DLP solutions are not effective at limiting or blocking access to known bad networks or servers.
Given that one or more egress points let traffic out, security architecture is not uniform across the enterpri
ThreatFlow has the following dependencies and requirements:
The threat categories associated with this ThreatFlow Charting widget will display only if your organization has a subscription to Emerging Threats Pro. Without this subscription, the widget will show all of the threat conversations between a company's internal IPs and zombie/threat IPs in a single category.
Your organization must hav a single source of NetFlow data such as Gigamon NetFlow because Asset Manager can only receive NetFlow from a single source. If you have multiples, consider using a NetFlow aggregator.
NetFlow data must be directed to your Asset Manager Command Center.
The ThreatFlow view shows the intersection of threat intelligence feeds and NetFlow data.
Nefarious Ports Summary
This dashboard view is designed to highlight any devices found with open known-vulnerable ports. After nefarious ports candidate devices have been identified, your organization is advised to manually validate any exploit activity and take action to remediate compromised assets.