Face threats with confidence
Building an attack time-line is like writing a symphony.
You must be timely, you must stay in key, and one wrong note will become unbearable noise. Zazen's unparalleled view into your applications can help you understand what was accessed, by who, and when it happened. Instead of guessing or just being alerted that something unsatisfactory is going on, be confident when identifying anomalies in your systems.
Find the smoking gun
Investigations require the ability to peer deep into systems to discover evidence which might not be written to disk, only accessible live in memory, or are not reachable via an in-guest agent. When an a malicious actor makes the operating system lie about what its really doing it can be very difficult to gather data without doing a full memory dump and putting all the pieces together again. Zazen's framework is built to facilitate live and offline analysis of memory images. Discover processes, modules, open files, connections, or even unallocated structures that are present in memory but were hidden from sight.
Gauge scope with data, not guesses
Determining the scale of compromise is essential to contain an incident and to notify affected parties. Stealthy lateral movement can cause compromises to persist after initial remediation. Use Zazen to help assess scope by reporting upon affected endpoints, secondary compromises, and by observing what data was accessed when.
Empower incident handlers with better data
Most incidents follow a similar pattern of investigation, even if the root cause is wildly different. Incident responders acquire current state to preserve evidence, build a timeline, identify the point of entry, and check other systems for lateral movement. Data curated by Zazen simplifies many of these initial analyses, and automates these activities.
Promote incident data to operational action
Turn unpleasant situations into data collection opportunities, generating indicators of compromise to help protect your organization. Create Zazen policies from an observed incident to immediately identify repeat offenders.