Imagine if your existing infrastructure and security tools worked as one truly integrated system. You could automate workflows and accelerate system-wide response without human intervention. It’s not a pipe dream—it’s available now.
Tear Down Security Silos
Today’s enterprises typically have a dozen or more security products operating as independent security management silos. This disjointed approach prevents coordinated, enterprise-wide security response, allowing attackers more time to exploit system vulnerabilities. It also results in manual, inefficient processes that can’t scale to address the growth of BYOD and the Internet of Things. ForeScout tears down security silos.
Unify System-Wide Security Management
ForeScout orchestrates system-wide security management to make formerly disjointed security products work as one. This unique set of network, security and management interoperability technologies extends the power of ForeScout CounterACT® to more than 70 third-party solutions*, allowing the combined system to accelerate response, achieve major operational efficiencies and provide superior security.
ForeScout achieves this in three ways:
Sharing Contextual Insight
ForeScout dynamically shares endpoint device identity, configuration and security details with other security and management systems you own and use. This bidirectional data exchange adds to the overall properties that can be applied to the rules engines of other tools, enhancing policies and actions.
ForeScout allows systems to share policy-based decisions that previously required manual analysis and application across systems. Automating these workflows and processes results in coordinated, instantaneous response.
Automating Response Actions
Many security products such as advanced threat detection systems, security information and event management (SIEM) and vulnerability assessment tools can inform IT staff about security issues. ForeScout instantly applies this security insight to trigger an automated response and enforce its broad range of policy-based controls, such as isolating the device and remediating the endpoint to eliminate threats.