Make the threat-of-the-day a non-event
Immediately know if your org was impacted
You can begin looking for its traces in your environment because the Stairwell platform pre-preserves your files as evidence. It extracts features out of these files – including files that may have been deleted – and continuously analyzes them against the latest threat intelligence.
Your team can simply copy the new threat report or the blog page into the Stairwell UI. Stairwell will extract any IoCs from this text and run a search of these IoCs (IP, Domain, YARA, Hashes) against your entire file corpus (past and present) to identify any matches. When matches are found, that’s a confirmation of the presence of the threat in your environment.
Once Stairwell identifies an IoC, you can use your normal incident response process to remedy it. Stairwell also expedites your deep-dive analysis of malware, including efficient identification of any variants so you can root the adversary out of your environment.
Quickly identify and triage emerging threats
Unfortunately, nation-state attacks, ransomware, and widespread supply-chain threats that could impact your organization are the new normal. Using the Stairwell platform, you can create processes for quickly responding to newly identified threats in an efficient, coordinated, business-as-usual fashion:
- Eliminate delays with an immediate search of your environment
- Establish emergency triage processes
- Establish communication processes within your organization and your customers in the event of either exposure or no evidence of the IoC
Who’s using it
Organizations and security teams in all industries find value with Stairwell’s ability to quickly determine whether the latest publicized threat affects them.
- The entire Security Operations Team can quickly analyze whether the newly identified threat – or a variant of it – has impacted your organization and respond accordingly.
- CISOs are able to respond to customers and board members about your organization’s status regarding emerging cyber threats that have hit the news.