Visualize and analyze your network and security data in a cybersecurity mesh architecture
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appNovi integrates with Cisco solutions to retrieve cyber assets, cyber asset properties, and network traffic. appNovi aggregates Cisco infrastructure data and converges it with other infrastructure data sources to provide a searchable repository of your enterprise’s infrastructure to understand the full network.
When contextually converged with other IT asset data sources such as CMDB data or IaaS sources you can continuously monitor your cyber assets. Integrating with other security data sources provides the ability to identify gaps in security controls, and aggregating NetFlow provides network context to understand risk.
appNovi integrates with Cisco to retrieve log and telemetry data to visualize your network connections. When aggregated alongside other connection information you visually understand end-to-end network access, understand direct and indirect dependencies between cyber assets, and identify the components of applications.
appNovi integrates with Cisco to retrieve vulnerability and security event data for inclusion in security data visualization and analysis. Joint customers are able to identify and map the attack surface, prioritize vulnerabilities based on business impact, and ensure efficient non-disruptive incident response.
What is XDR? XDR seeks to integrate data from the IT data sources enterprises have: user data, infrastructure configurations, email, network traffic, workloads, and more. By delivering converged data, XDR aims to provide security teams with a richer, more...
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