Get the industry’s first threat hunting service that operates across integrated endpoint, network and cloud data
It’s no secret that security teams rarely have the time to proactively hunt threats. Between triaging alerts, managing security policies and responding to fire drills, teams often lack the time or resources for threat hunting. Plus, threat hunting is complex; doing it well requires a unique combination of security expertise and deep understanding of data sources across the enterprise. Even fully mature security operations centers need help. We’re happy to tell you that the help you need has arrived.
Palo Alto Networks is proud to announce the upcoming general availability of Cortex XDR Managed Threat Hunting, a round-the-clock threat hunting service powered by our internationally recognized Unit 42 threat research team. The service was originally made available in February as a limited-time Community Access offering, and has already delivered significant value by identifying real-world attacks for our customers and revealing adversary tactics in third-party testing. In the recent MITRE ATT&CK® APT29 evaluation, the Cortex XDR Managed Threat Hunting service boosted our overall attack coverage, allowing us to detect 90% of all attack techniques – a mark unsurpassed by any other vendor.
With their deeply-rooted expertise in threat hunting, Unit 42 analysts have been known for exposing inner workings of APTs such as Sofacy, OilRig and SilverTerrier, and have recently uncovered a number of threats specific to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cortex XDR Managed Threat Hunting combines their deep expertise with the unique data correlation and detection capabilities built natively into the Cortex XDR platform to help you find hidden attacks with incredible accuracy.
Your organization can now leverage the best minds and best technology in the business to improve your security posture without additional overhead, gaining confidence that your organization is protected against stealthy attacks.
Cortex XDR Managed Threat Hunting is expected to be available for all customers in early June.