Digital Vaccine filters help your organization control the patch management life cycle by providing pre-emptive coverage between the discovery of a vulnerability and the availability of a patch as well as added protection for legacy, out-of-support software. Delivered weekly, or immediately when critical vulnerabilities emerge, Digital Vaccine filters can be deployed automatically to Trend Micro TippingPoint® products, powered by XGen™ security, with no user interaction required.
Threat Digital Vaccine (ThreatDV) delivers a weekly malware filter package to help protect against the latest advanced threats. It prevents and disrupts malware activity, secures sensitive data, and optimizes network performance. ThreatDV also includes reputation feeds that are updated multiple times a day with a threat score between 1 to 100 assigned to each entry based on analysis of the activity, source, category, and threat.
Develop customized security filters in-house, eliminating risks associated with sharing sensitive application information with third-party vendors. You can author filters that address threats specific to your organization, accurately defining parameters and triggers that dictate what, when, and how events are inspected. Open source rules can also be imported to extend the value of your TippingPoint solutions.
The TippingPoint ThreatLinQ security intelligence portal gives you an effective way to evaluate the changing threat landscape and connect the intelligence you gather to specific policy changes. Your team can proactively optimize network security and reduce business risks thanks to full, real-time analysis.
Through a combination of reputation feeds and malware filters, the ThreatDV subscription service disrupts malware activity including ransomware, data exfiltration, espionage, and click fraud. The malware filters are designed to detect infiltration, exfiltration, phone-home, command-and-control (C&C), domain generation algorithms (DGA), and mobile traffic.
Digital Vaccine filters maximize protection with machine learning to create mathematical models to predict whether network traffic is malicious or benign. These models are evaluated against network traffic and the TippingPoint Next-Generation Intrusion Prevention System (NGIPS) makes real-time decisions to immediately and accurately block malicious traffic that emulates known or unknown malware family characteristics with minimal impact on network performance.
The Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) was launched to reward security researchers for responsibly disclosing vulnerabilities.
Digital Vaccine filters provide global threat intelligence to help you gain control of your organization’s patch management life cycle by providing pre-emptive coverage between the discovery of a vulnerability and the availability of a patch, as well as added protection for legacy, out-of-support software. Digital Vaccine packages are delivered weekly, or immediately when critical vulnerabilities emerge, and can be deployed automatically with no user interaction required.