Lumu Portal is a centralized and intuitive interface that makes it easier for you to operate cybersecurity proficiently, detect compromises and carry out investigations. Reduce reaction times and take clear and concrete actions for mitigating and eradicating incidents
In this article, we point out the key characteristics of the portal that help you set up and manage your organization’s compromise assessment.
These are some capabilities and benefits our customers value the most:
Transparent deployment for seamless data-collection, viewable on mobile, no client-installation needed, and more.
A centralized way to manage your incidents, track statuses and review which compromises have been solved—for simpler and faster activation of response processes.
Lumu’s Compromise Context equips security defenders with actionable and real-time insights—for understanding which compromises represent the most immediate threats.
Group and view malicious traffic and see how and where a specific compromise is spreading inside your network..
Lumu’s proprietary Compromise Radar™ analyzes compromise behavior and shows how your assets are communicating with adversarial infrastructure.
Download threat trigger resources to facilitate the configuration of your current cybersecurity strategy. See actionable steps for responding to incidents with integrated links to related articles by leading security researchers and Lumu Incident Response Playbooks.
Lumu automates and operationalizes this framework by presenting the ATT&CK Matrix for each incident found on the portal, helping organizations spot gaps in defenses, identifying priorities, and making more accurate decisions about approaching risks.
All your incidents and compromise activity in an easy-to-read dashboard with details on the activity and distribution of the Indicators of Compromise (IoC) that Lumu identified in your organization.
Set up and manage spambox analysis and understand who in your organization is being attacked, and how they are being targeted. Explore the Spambox documentation.
Manage gateways, virtual appliances, and agents. Review the Collectors documentation.
Manage user accounts, scheduled reports, and labels. Explore the documentation related to the Compromise section: