Reduce Threat Response Time and Cost, with Enhance Productivity and Automation
Today’s cybersecurity teams face hundreds to thousands of alerts each day, far more than the 10 to 15 they can effectively handle. They must also deal with dozens of security tools, manual processes and staff shortages.
With Infoblox Ecosystem Exchange, security organizations gain a highly interconnected set of integrations that enable them to eliminate silos, optimize their security orchestration automation and response (SOAR) solution and improve the ROI of their entire cybersecurity ecosystem, including third-party, multi-vendor assets. It reduces the time and cost of threat response through enhanced automation and real-time, two-way data sharing across the ecosystem enabled by extensive APIs.
With Infoblox, your security operations team can:
- Gain centralized visibility into devices and DNS-based threat vectors across on-premises, virtual and cloud deployments, including VMWare, AWS, Azure, Cisco ACI and OpenStack
- Decrease time to remediation by up to two-thirds
- Make threat analysts up to 3x more productive
- Reduce costs associated with manual intervention and human error
- Ease the burden on perimeter defenses by blocking threats at the DNS control point
Advanced Threat Detection
BloxOneTM Threat Defense automatically shares information with advanced threat detection solutions on incidents involving Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) activity and malicious domains. Infoblox then automatically blocks, logs events or takes appropriate action on these threats.
Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP)
Infoblox Threat Intelligence Data Exchange (TIDE) automatically sends information on malicious hostnames, IP addresses and URLs to the threat intelligence platform (TIP). TIP enables blocking and monitoring of more threats.
Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)
Infoblox sends information on IP addresses, infected devices and suspicious DNS requests and responses to SIEM. SIEM can use this information to perform analysis and take action.
Infoblox sends information on IP addresses, network devices and malicious events to vulnerability management. Vulnerability management uses that information to automatically trigger scans, enabling easier compliance and faster remediation.
Network Access Control (NAC)
Infoblox provides information on IP addresses, network devices and DNS security events. NAC solutions can use that information to get context to better prioritize threats and take more immediate action (such as taking the device off the network) to shorten time to containment.
Next-Generation Endpoint Security
Infoblox detects DNS-based malware communications and informs next-generation endpoint security technologies. These products can identify malicious processes, quarantine the endpoint or take other actions. For added protection, endpoint security solutions can incorporate Infoblox client agents.
Next-Generation Firewall (NGFW)
NGFW receives malicious hostnames, IP addresses and URLs from Infoblox TIDE. NGFW enables customers to block or monitor threats.
BloxOne Threat Defense blocks DNS-based data exfiltration, as well as DNS requests to malicious domains before forwarding the traffic to McAfee Web Gateway. The web gateway then scans traffic for further inspection with URL filtering, SSL and more.
ITSM, ITOM and Security Operations
Infoblox sends information on new devices, networks and IP addresses to ITSM, ITOM and Security Operations. Network and security administrators gain a consolidated view of all the device and event information Infoblox discovers.
Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR)
SOAR solution receives information on IP address, network devices and malicious events from Infoblox. SOAR uses that information to block/unblock/check domain and check information about IP/host/network/domain in IPAM. Infoblox automatically enriches IPAM with data from security tools and events.