Our primary use case is to use it to identify unknown files. It checks to see if it's a malicious file or a clean file because this is a sandboxing solution which is why it's used on-prem. They don't want to share their own files to the cloud so they use it on their own prem-solutions. It checks even static or dynamic checking to see if it's clean or it's malicious then it makes a verdict.
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What is Cisco Threat Grid?
Cisco Threat Grid crowd-sources malware from a closed community and analyzes all samples using proprietary, highly secure techniques that include static and dynamic (sandboxing) analysis. It correlates the results with hundreds of millions of other analyzed malware artifacts to provide a global view of malware attacks, campaigns, and their distribution. Security teams can quickly correlate a single samples of observed activity and characteristics against millions of other samples to fully understand its behaviors in a historical and global context. This ability helps analysts effectively defend against both targeted attacks and the broader threats from advanced malware. Threat Grid’s detailed reports, including the identification of important behavioral indicators and the assignment of threat scores, let you quickly prioritize and recover from advanced attacks.
Cisco Threat Grid is also known as Threat Grid, ThreatGrid.
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Cisco Threat Grid Customers
Center for Internet Security (CIS), ADP
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What users are saying about Cisco Threat Grid pricing:
- "If I remember correctly, the licensing cost is a little bit higher than that of the competitor."