Threat briefings provide guidance about potential threats to your network. Threat briefings can cover an industry-wide security event, where the ExtraHop system surfaces detections related to known compromises. Threat briefings can also be specific to the results of machine-learning analysis of your network; these briefings are called Security Analysis Briefings.
Threat briefings contain detections of scans, exploits, and indicators of compromise (IOC) that are related to the threat. The information in each briefing varies depending on the type of threat. Information related to the briefing is cloud-updated as details emerge about IOC, potential attack vectors, and known risks.
Threat briefings are available from the top-left corner of the Security Overview page. Click any title to go to the detail page for that briefing. The detail page is updated as more information is discovered.
Here are some ways you can keep track of threat briefings:
- Create a threat briefing notification rule to receive emails when a new threat briefing appears.
- Click Create Investigation from the detail page to add the detections associated with the briefing to an investigation.
- Click Archive Briefing from the detail page when you no longer want to monitor the briefing; the briefing is automatically restored and a notification email is sent if the briefing is updated. You can view older briefings in the Archived section on the Threat Briefing page. Click Restore Briefing on the detail page to move the briefing back to the Active section of the Threat Briefing page.