Your Virtual, Autonomous SOC
- Less noise, with 97% of false positive alerts resolved for you
- Deeply investigate 98% of alerts automatically and get actionable recommendations to remediate every alert
Intezer auto-resolves false positives, escalating only the important incidents to your team with a complete analysis report.
Intezer auto-remediates confirmed threats and provides ready-to-use rules for response and hunting purposes.
Just minutes to set up, no engineering required. Within a minute after each new alert, get assessments and recommended actions pushed from Intezer right to your endpoint security console or SOAR.
Get clear recommendations for response and automate deep analysis on every alert in CrowdStrike Falcon.
Do more with SentinelOne by having Intezer automate alert triage, incident response, and hunting.
Triage, resolve false positives, and investigate Microsoft Defender alerts automatically with Intezer, 24/7.
There is a large volume of alerts produced every day and manually performing analysis on all of these files is not scalable.
Intezer has given us the ability to provide in-depth reporting in a timely manner. Moreover, having a private instance for us to upload potentially sensitive data was a ‘must have’.
Check out the case study to see how Legato Security scaled up SOC analysis with Intezer
Connect Intezer to your detection tools (EDR, SOAR, etc.) with an API key and/or install a plugin.
Intezer automatically ingests your alerts and analyzes any relevant artifacts (files, URLs, memory images).
Decrease false positives by 85%; You get clear recommended actions and IOCs for every alert.
Have more questions? Want to know the technical details?
Intezer leverages a variety of techniques to analyze evidence, however, the unique core technology is Genetic Code Analysis. This proprietary technology identifies the origins of any unknown software or piece of code, which is a critical capability for investigating security alerts.
For crafting the bottom-line alert triage assessments, Intezer uses machine learning and AI models that take into account the multiple analysis results for each individual evidence, as well as information from the user’s existing security tools.
Intezer’s automated alert triage process starts by collecting all evidence associated with an alert (file, process, command line, IP, URL, memory image, etc.), deeply analyzes each artifact, and then builds an overall assessment for the incident with smart recommendations.
Intezer functions as an extension of your team to help you further reduce your SOC/IR workload, often working side-by-side with your existing security stack.
Some of our most popular integrations are for CrowdStrike, SentinelOne and Microsoft Defender for automating endpoint security alert triage, response, and hunting.
Intezer also integrates with multiple SOAR tools (such as Cortex XSOAR) to automate phishing alert triage and incident response. Intezer can also be interacted with and perform automated security operation tasks through our RESTful API and Python SDK. You can check out our full Integration list here.
The primary onboarding tasks are connecting your alert sources (adding an API key with the required permissions) and then adding members of your team as new users to Intezer.
After your API key gets added to Intezer, you should start seeing alert triage results in your dashboard within the hour. If you want to know more about getting started with Intezer, you can book a demo to talk with us about integrating Intezer into your tech stack and processes.
Top brands like Pepsico, Adobe, Equifax, Anheuser-Busch InBev, and other Fortune 500 enterprise security teams use Intezer to triage the high volume of alerts (and all the associated artifacts) from their endpoint and email security systems. Enterprise organizations also use Intezer’s Autonomous SecOps capabilities across their SOC, incident response, and cyber threat intelligence teams (as well as top security research teams, which frequently use Intezer’s best-in-class Malware Analysis toolset to analyze evolving and novel threats).