Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA)

Protect your organisation from advanced threat capabilities

What is Advanced Threat Analytics?

Security is the cornerstone of Microsoft’s cloud platforms, particularly Office 365 and Azure. With the reach of IT systems are extending further, there is now a need, a requirement, for a proven, secure and dependable solution in a world where enhanced security threats are the new normal.

Identity-driven security is at the heart of Microsoft Cloud Security solutions, such as Azure AD, Azure Information Protection and Intune. Advanced Threat Analytics provides an additional layer of protection for enterprise organisations in an ever-changing threat landscape, detecting attacks against your existing on-premises authentications.

Gone are the days of relying solely upon traditional security defences such as Firewalls, and simple anti-virus software. This is where Advanced Threat Analytics comes in. Using behavioural analytics and machine learning, unusual and anomalous activity can be detected through Intrusion Detection and Prevention Systems (IDPS) and measures can be put in place to prevent such an attack happening.

Protection against suspicious activities

Advanced Threat Analytics provides a solution to help detect advanced attacks such as, Pass the Hash, Ticket and Malware.

Detect suspicious activity in real-time:

Dramatically reduce the risk of costly damage to your organisation

Succinct, real-time view of your attack timeline

Intelligence to learn what ‘normal behaviour’ looks like on your network and analyse the behaviour

Report on suspicious user activities or device behaviours

The importance of Advanced Threat Analytics in numbers

146 days

Median number of days an attacker will reside within a network before they are detected.

>63%

Over 50% of all network breaches are down to compromised user credentials.

£380 Billion

The potential cost of cybercrime to the wider, global community.

£2.9 Million

The average cost of a significant data breach to an Enterprise organisation.

Peace of mind for your organisation, with Advanced Threat Protection

Quickly detect threats with behavioural analytics

Adapt as fast as your potential attackers do

Drill-down into only important events

Reduce false positive fatigue

The benefits of Advanced Threat Analytics

With Advanced Threat Analytics, your IT teams can identify advanced, persistent threats, as well as other malicious activity.

ATA provides your organisation with a step beyond traditional defences. ATA uses machine learning to identify how end users, devices and networks interact, using behavioural measures to detect when these ‘normal’ patters changes.

ATA identifies threats quickly, in a succinct way allowing you to focus on the priority alerts that could directly impact your organisation.

Where malware is previously unknown, ATA will provide your organisation’s IT teams with concrete detection of any incoming zero-day attacks.

Secure your organisation with Advanced Threat Analytics. Speak to Content and Code today about how our security and governance solutions can help your organisation stay protected

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