SECURITY ANALYTICS MOVES TO REAL-TIME PROTECTION

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1 SECURITY ANALYTICS MOVES TO REAL-TIME PROTECTION How ThreatBLADES add real-time threat scanning and alerting to the Analytics Platform

2 INTRODUCTION: analytics solutions have become an essential weapon against advanced threats. They reduce the impact of data breaches by giving security operations staff and incident responders powerful capabilities for capturing, reconstructing, analyzing and remediating attacks. Until recently security analytics products typically were brought into play after a breach had been detected, and used almost exclusively for retrospective analysis and forensics. But that is changing. Now companies like are adding real-time threat detection and protection to their security analytics offerings. They are giving security analytics platforms the ability to detect advanced threats and to alert administrators and security analysts in real-time. Embedding real-time detection in a security analytics solution provides three major advantages over deploying traditional security tools: An appendix answers frequently asked questions about deploying ThreatBLADES in s Analytics Platform. More attacks and threats are detected. analytics tools can capture, extract and reconstruct suspicious files and other artifacts for real-time scanning and analysis. These files and artifacts would not be visible to stand-alone gateway anti-malware products, nextgeneration firewalls, intrusion detection systems or SIEM tools. Attacks are detected and prioritized faster. Detection is integrated with an advanced alert system that delivers meaningful, risk-ranked threat intelligence to security analysts and incident responders in real time. An Overview of ThreatBLADES: Real-Time Threat Intelligence ThreatBLADES are threat intelligence software modules that run on the Analytics Platform (formerly Solera DeepSee) 1. They are modular, and can be deployed individually or in any combination on all form factors of the Analytics Platform: physical appliance, virtual appliance, and software. WebThreat BLADE Threats can be analyzed and remediated more thoroughly. Alerts include direct and immediate access to detailed forensic information that enhance threat analysis and risk management. MailThreat BLADE FileThreat BLADE This white paper examines in detail how real-time detection works in a security analytics solution to deliver advanced threat protection. It describes ThreatBLADES, and discusses how they: Support global threat intelligence sharing and real-time alerting. Facilitate dynamic analysis (sandboxing) of unknown malware. Add real-time contextual and actionable information to security analytics. Fit in an advanced threat protection lifecycle defense. Analytics Platform Figure 1: ThreatBLADES on Analytics Platform 1 For more information on the Analytics Platform, see 2

3 ThreatBLADES provide real-time threat intelligence services. Each one is optimized to: 1. Scan specific protocols. 2. Detect and extract files, URLs and IP addresses. 3. Inspect and categorize those files, URLs and IP addresses as known good, known bad (malicious), or unknown. 4. Based on that determination, take appropriate actions in real-time. The characteristics of the ThreatBLADES available today are shown in Figure 2. Figure 3 highlights the basic functions of the ThreatBLADES. 1 WebThreat BLADE Detect HTTP/S Traffic Analytics Platform MailThreat BLADE Detect Mail Traffic FileThreat BLADE Detect File Traffic WebThreat BLADE MailThreat BLADE FileThreat BLADE Protocols scanned HTTP, HTTPS** SMTP, POP3, IMAP, Webmail FTP, SMB, TFTP, NFS* File whitelist Malware scanning URL and IP reputation database * URL and IP risk scores * Real-time queries to the Global Intelligence Sandbox brokering to the Malware Analysis Appliance (optional) *Available soon ** SSL Visibility Appliance required Figure 2: Characteristics of the ThreatBLADES 2 3 Reconstruct Files and Classify URLs Check Local Database and Apply Policies Query Verdict Verdict Send File for Analysis 4 & Info & Info 5 Global Intelligence Known Good Add to Whitelist Suspicious or Known Bad Send Alerts Malware Analysis Appliance 6 Figure 3: Overview of ThreatBLADES on the Analytics Platform 3

4 As illustrated in the diagram: 1. The ThreatBLADES continuously scan traffic over their respective protocols. 2. The ThreatBLADES work with the Analytics Platform to extract and reconstruct files in real-time, and to extract URLs and IP addresses. 3. File signatures (hashes) and URLs are checked against a local database. When known bad files and URLs are found, the Analytics Platform immediately sends alerts to administrators and security analysts. 4. If a file or URL is not found in the local database, a query is sent to the Global Intelligence. The Global Intelligence checks a massive security database containing threat information from over 15,000 customers and 75 million users, and returns a verdict (good, bad or unknown) and additional information including a risk score. 5. If a file is still unknown, it is automatically sent to the Malware Analysis Appliance for dynamic analysis (sandboxing). The Malware Analysis Appliance detonates the file in a secure, isolated environment, observes suspicious and malicious activities as the file executes, and returns a risk rating and other information about the file. 6. The Analytics Platform takes appropriate action. Good files are added to the file whitelist, so they will not have to be re-analyzed in the future. Files with high risk ratings can trigger automatic realtime alerts to administrators, analysts, incident responders, managers and others. Analysts can then use the Analytics Platform to reconstruct the full details of the attack and take appropriate remediation actions. The next sections of this paper describe how deploying ThreatBLADES on the Analysis Platform enhances critical security processes: Threat intelligence sharing and real-time alerting Detection of unknown malware Threat analysis and reconstruction Going Real-Time: Threat Intelligence Sharing and Real-Time Alerting When it comes to security intelligence, nobody can afford to be an island. A threat intelligence network can help enterprises share signatures and data about: Previously unknown zero-day malware. Targeted and polymorphic malware known to only one or a handful of organizations. Botnets, malnets (malware networks), websites used for phishing, and legitimate web sites that have been compromised. Indicators of compromise (IOCs) that provide clues about advanced, complex attacks. This information helps enterprises in the network inoculate themselves against unknown and rare threats, block more attacks at the perimeter, and more swiftly identify and mitigate those attacks that do get past the perimeter defenses. The Global Intelligence provides a cloud-based infrastructure for sharing real-time threat data among 15,000 customers with over 75 million users. It includes: An extensive malware database updated by 39 anti-virus scanning engines and feeds from anti-virus vendors, anti-malware clearinghouses and the entire customer base. An industry-leading URL reputation database updated continuously with information on good, bad and suspect URLs, IP addresses and domains, based on over 1 billion web requests per day. The results of sophisticated tests to identify malnets, botnets, APT command-and-control servers, compromised and infected web sites and other web sites under the control of spammers, cybercriminals and hackers. Information on zero-day malware and advanced attacks produced by behavioral analysis, dynamic analysis (sandboxing), script scrubbers, and machine and human analysis. ThreatBLADES automate the use of threat information from the Global Intelligence, so that the information can be utilized in real time by the Analytics Platform. 4

5 When a ThreatBLADE identifies a file or URL that is not present in the local database on the Analytics Platform, a query is sent to the Global Intelligence in real-time. The Global Intelligence replies with information about the file or URL. Information about files includes the file type, MD5 and SHA1 hashes, and a risk score of Information about URLs includes the URL category (out of more than 100 categories in the database) and a threat score of The Analytics Platform can use this information to send realtime alerts to administrators, analysts, incident responders, managers and others, warning them about malnets, malware, suspicious activities and attacks. These alerts, and the information shared from the Global Intelligence, allow security personnel to take immediate action against known attacks and to quickly initiate investigations based on warning signs. Capturing the Unknown: Integrating Dynamic Malware Analysis Shared threat intelligence helps organizations track malware that has already been identified by someone. But to detect new and unknown malware they need dynamic, next-generation malware analysis, also known as sandboxing. Sandboxing detonates suspect files in a safe, isolated environment and monitors the behavior of the software. Suspicious and malicious activities are observed and assessed. Common examples include changing registry settings, starting up new services, trying to disable antivirus packages, and trying to contact an external server. Dynamic analysis identifies advanced malware by its actions, without relying on signatures or any previous evaluation. ThreatBLADES can act as real-time file brokers to s nextgeneration sandboxing solution, the Malware Analysis Appliance. As each ThreatBLADE monitors traffic, it sends unknown files in real time to the Malware Analysis Appliance for analysis. The Malware Analysis Appliance collects detailed information on the activities of each unknown file, identifies suspicious activities, and assigns a risk score of 1 to 10 based on the observed behaviors. This information is returned to the Analytics Platform, where it can generate alerts to administrators, analysts and others. Alerts can be tailored based on the risk scores and company-specific rules. 2 ThreatBLADES save money for organizations that deploy sandboxing. By automatically pre-filtering known files and brokering only unknown files to the sandboxing appliances for analysis, they reduce the number of sandboxing appliances needed for a given volume of network traffic. ThreatBLADES also make the security staff more efficient and effective by giving them real-time risk-based alerts, so they can react more quickly and give top priority to the most serious and relevant threats. Enriching Analytics: Providing Contextual and Actionable Information ThreatBLADES enhance the post-breach analysis and incident response capabilities of the Analytics Platform, and ensure that many types of data are available for analysis through the Analytics Platform. This includes information about malware files, details about packets, and extensive meta-data about malnets, botnets, APT command-and-control servers, applications, user sessions and websites. This information helps security personnel reverse engineer attacks and identify sources and root causes, which in turn allows for faster and more complete remediation. For example, the Analytics Platform might alert a security analyst that a previously unknown file, detected by the MailThreat BLADE and brokered to the Malware Analysis Appliance for analysis, had been given a High Risk rating (Figure 4). 2 For more information on the Malware Analysis Appliance and its dynamic malware analysis capabilities, see: 5

6 With the Analytics Platform, the analyst could pivot from the file and display many types of related information, such as the source of the (Figure 6), the user who requested it, the IP address from which it was sent, other s and files received from that address, and other users and servers that received the same file. Figure 4: Information from the MailThreat BLADE about a suspect file (fax.pdf.exe). Note the risk rating of 10, Very High Risk. Figure 5: Malware Analysis Appliance report showing suspicious behaviors of the file The analyst would then have access to a full report from the Malware Analysis Appliance detailing suspicious actions taken by the file, with a risk score for each action (Figure 5). Figure 6: The Analytics Platform lets the analyst pivot from one piece of information to find additional facts about the attack This information would allow the analyst to confirm that an attack was in progress, reconstruct the timeline and details of the attack, and immediately pinpoint the users and systems affected by the attack. He or she would be able to target a response with high accuracy and stop the attack sooner, ideally before any damage was done. The analyst would also have critical information related to cleaning up and removing the malware, and to fortifying the network and systems against subsequent attacks. These steps would be much more difficult if the analyst had to rely solely on logs from an IDS or a SIEM product. A log entry might show that a suspicious file had entered the network, but it would have taken much more time to associate that file with the other elements of the attack. It also would have taken much more work to determine the source of the malware, its role in the advanced attack, and its spread within the organization. This is only one example that shows the power of the ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform for detecting, analyzing and resolving advanced threats. A similar investigation could be triggered by many other threat indicators, such as a file downloaded from an infected web site or a malnet, an coming from a server associated with spam, or a file transferred by FTP from a server in the data center to an unknown website. By reducing time to detection and resolution with ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform, enterprises can lower response costs, mitigate data loss, and better protect company reputation and customer loyalty. 6

7 Real-Time Detection and Analytics in an Advanced Threat Protection Lifecycle Defense But where do real-time detection and security analytics fit in the big picture of a defense-in-depth security strategy? Figure 7 shows s diagram of an advanced threat protection lifecycle defense. The first stage, ongoing operations, involves products that detect and block known threats. This is typically the role played by secure web gateways like the ProxySG, by network-based tools for detecting and blocking known malware, such as network anti-virus products and the Content Analysis System, and by network security products such as next-generation firewalls (NGFWs) and intrusion prevention systems (IPSs). The first stage also includes technologies that enable visibility into encrypted traffic, such as the capabilities provided by the SSL Visibility Appliance. Events and files that are not known to those signature-based perimeter blocking tools must be escalated to the second phase of the lifecycle defense, which is focused on incident containment and mitigation. This is where ThreatBLADES and the Malware Analysis Appliance play a major role. They help enterprises detect and analyze indicators of compromise and unknown files in real time using information from the Analytics Platform, the Global Intelligence, and results of the dynamic analysis of zero-day threats performed by the Malware Analysis Appliance. The alerting capabilities of the Analytics Platform give administrators, analysts and others the opportunity to mitigate the effects of the attacks before major damage is incurred. The third stage is focused on security incident resolution and remediation. This is where organizations gain significant value from security analytics solutions like the Analytics Platform. ThreatBLADES enhance the power of the Analytics Platform to initiate swift incident analysis, by providing associated attributes of indicators of compromise and zero-day threats in real time. Contributing this real-time detection component to the solution, ThreatBLADES help enterprises reduce the time to resolution and minimize the window of exposure. 3 Figure 7: Diagram of s Advanced Threat Protection Lifecycle Defense 3 For more information on advanced threat protection lifecycle defense, see 7

8 Summary Adding software blades with real-time detection capabilities directly into a security analytics solution provides three major advantages. Enterprises can detect more attacks and threats s Analytics Platform can capture traffic coming across all major transport protocols used for web, and file transfers and extract suspicious files in real time for scanning by the ThreatBLADES. Many of these malicious files would not be available for scanning by network anti-malware or IDS products, and would enter the network undetected. In addition, ThreatBLADES provide seamless integration with the Global Intelligence, which provides unrivaled threat intelligence in real time, and with the Malware Analysis Appliance, s nextgeneration sandboxing solution. Enterprises can prioritize and respond to attacks faster ThreatBLADES work with the alerting features of the Analytics Platform to deliver contextual, actionable intelligence to administrators, analysts and incident responders in real time. Risk scoring and rich contextual information help focus attention on the threats that matter. Enterprises can analyze threats in more detail and remediate attacks more thoroughly ThreatBLADES automatically provide critical information for threat analysis and resolution, allowing analysts to reconstruct attacks and identify root causes more quickly and completely. Putting these advantages together produces bottom line results that include: More accurate and efficient threat detection. Fewer successful attacks. Less damage from breaches that do gain a foothold. Lower costs to identify and remediate the effects of attacks. For more information on the concepts and products discussed in this white paper, and to determine how these solutions can help in your environment, please visit at 8

9 APPENDIX: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What are the benefits of deploying ThreatBLADES on the Analytics Platform? More attacks and threats are detected, because ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform scan more protocols and detect more files and other artifacts than standalone anti-malware, IDS and SIEM products. Attacks are detected and prioritized faster, because ThreatBLADES combine automated, real-time detection with an advanced alert system to deliver meaningful real-time intelligence to analysts and incident responders. Threats can be analyzed and remediated more thoroughly, because the ThreatBLADES and Analytics Platform together provide more contextual, actionable intelligence in real time for threat analysis and remediation. Is the Analysis Platform needed to use ThreatBLADES? Yes, ThreatBLADES are software blades that only run on the Analytics Platform. Are ThreatBLADES a replacement for network anti-malware products? No, network anti-malware products are still useful for detecting and blocking known malware. For example, the Content Analysis System provides comprehensive whitelisting and dual network anti-virus engines for comprehensive malware blocking. But ThreatBLADES scan all protocols for malware and indicators of compromise, broker unknown files to the Malware Analysis Appliance for examination, and provide associated information about known and newly-analyzed malware so attacks can be analyzed and reconstructed by the Analytics Platform. Are ThreatBLADES a replacement for secure web gateways? No, secure web gateways are still the best way to detect and block web-borne threats. But ThreatBLADES can scan other protocols in addition to HTTP and HTTPS. Also, as part of the Analytics Platform, they can be placed at many locations on the network, for example between network segments, at data centers, and in front of critical business systems. Can the Malware Analysis Appliance be used without ThreatBLADES? Yes, the Malware Analysis Appliance can be deployed without ThreatBLADES. But automated file brokering and pre-filtering, which are provided by ThreatBLADES and by the Content Analysis System, make sandboxing more efficient by allowing the sandboxing product to evaluate only unknown files. Also, ThreatBLADES automatically integrate output from the Malware Analysis Appliance with the analysis and forensics capabilities of the Analytics Platform. What is the relationship between WebThreat BLADE and WebPulse? The WebThreat BLADE is part of the Analytics Platform. It relies on WebPulse, a part of the Global Intelligence, for comprehensive real-time cloud-based threat intelligence. WebPulse provides real-time threat intelligence from customers about URL categories and malicious IP addresses and URL links. Can ThreatBLADES be deployed on all form factors of the Analytics Platform? Yes, ThreatBLADES can be deployed on the physical appliance, virtual appliance and software versions of the Analytics Platform. 9

10 Is ProxySG needed to use ThreatBLADES? No, ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform can be used without a ProxySG appliance (Figure 8a). Many other configurations are possible, including ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform A Web Server deployed with the SSL Visibility Appliance and the Malware Analysis Appliance (Figure 8b), or as part of a comprehensive Advanced Threat Protection Lifecycle Defense that includes ProxySG and Content Analysis System appliances (Figure 8c). B Web Server LB/WCCP SSL Visibility Appliance Internal ThreatBLADES Internal ThreatBLADES Analytics Platform Global Intelligence Analytics Platform Global Intelligence Malware Analytics Appliance C Web Server SSL Visibility Appliance LB/WCCP Internal ThreatBLADES ProxySG Figure 8: ThreatBLADES and the Analytics Platform can be deployed with other solutions in many configurations Analytics Platform Malware Analytics Appliance Global Intelligence Content Analytics System 10

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