GoSecure, a managed eXtended detection and response (XDR) services provider, has announced the Titan Identity solution to help incident response teams improve their credential theft response times.
Titan Identity is an "alerts-as-a-service" solution that leverages Titan Identity's low false-positive alert technology and works in conjunction with incident response teams' existing workflow systems, GoSecure said. It also comprises more than 30 threat detectors and machine learning models designed to minimize false-positive security alerts.
What Titan Identity Offers
Titan Identity lets incident response teams analyze log information from Active Directory and other sources in real time, GoSecure noted. In doing so, the solution helps incident response teams stop cyberattacks before they can compromise their organizations' assets.
Key features of Titan Identity include:
- Visibility across an organization's hosts, servers, virtual machines (VMs), containers, desktops and laptops
- Support for security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) playbooks
- Automated performance testing
- Access to a team of data scientists that can help an organization identity and address cyberattacks
In addition, Titan Identity can "complement" an organization's security information and event management (SIEM) tools, GoSecure CTO Jeff Schmidt said. He noted that Titan Identity also provides "rich coverage of attacks against enterprise identity without needing to make trade-offs between detectors on a fixed budget or increase the equipment, index or logging budgets."
GoSecure Expands Partnership with Microsoft
The Titan Identity launch comes after GoSecure in October 2022 added support for Microsoft's security products. This enables GoSecure to ingest data from Microsoft security products and generate "more timely, accurate and actionable threat intelligence," the company indicated.
GoSecure provides MXDR and advisory services to help organizations secure their networks, endpoints and inboxes. The company partners with MSPs and other technology providers. To date, GoSecure has established partnerships with at least 12 MSPs.