IronNet Cybersecurity—a leader in Network Detection and Response (NDR) and Collective Defense, announced their Enterprise Security Program Review (ESPR). It’s a joint security offering with Unlimited Technology, DirectDefense and Exero. As the first of its kind in the NDR space, the Enterprise Security Program Review measures the existing as well the required future state of an organization’s infrastructure against the National Industry Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity controls. The ESPR will assess, check and evaluate an organization’s existing security controls, risk exposure, and help implement individually tailored security solutions.
Applying a holistic methodology to cybersecurity, this addresses cyber risks missed by single-solution providers. Moreover, ESPR is the only comprehensive solution to support both large and small enterprise customers ensuring the installation, operation and further modifications of a successful cybersecurity defense platform.
Direct Defense will perform the information security assessment of the any client infrastructure and retest effectiveness of security controls as well as the currently used tools. As a managed security service provider (MSSP), the company will offer managed security services for IronNet.
IronNet’s Collective Defense platform offers behavior-based analytics especially at the network level that detect anomalous activity at individual enterprises an allows organizations of all sizes to share threat data anonymously. This too at network speed, to increase visibility into incoming cyber attacks.
This type of a collective defense allows customers to leverage a wider pool of cybersecurity expertise as well as higher-order behavioral analysis. Exero provides health-based monitoring for all endpoint devices in a customer’s network. This increased visibility to endpoints helps visualize trends and patterns regarding the endpoint behavior of a network in real time.
“The recent SUNBURST attack was a wake-up call that organizations need a defense-in-depth strategy that includes real-time threat intelligence sharing and collaboration,” said IronNet founder and co-CEO, General (Ret.) Keith Alexander. “The Enterprise Security Program Review is a groundbreaking offering that will help organizations define and greatly enhance their cybersecurity posture across a number of important dimensions.”