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Why is CFTR known as a Threat Response platform? Isn’t it the same as Incident Response?
Traditionally, in the security domain, incidents have been considered as a prerequisite for the response which means that for a response to be delivered an incident has to have occured. This model of incident management is reactionary in nature and is no longer effective given the present threat landscape where response time is the most critical parameter. To prevent bad actors from intruding into our networks, it is essential that threats, which later could evolve into incidents if executed or exploited successfully, be considered as the fundamental and primary focus for delivering a proactive response. Cyware’s CFTR has been designed as a comprehensive threat response platform to tackle all kinds of threats including malware, vulnerabilities, incidents, campaigns, and threat actors. CFTR comes with unique cyber fusion technology that “Connects-the-Dots” between different threats providing greater visibility and channelizing effective response. Additionally, CFTR comes with dedicated modules for full threat intel management, digital asset management, action tracking, and threat briefing management that are essential to managing threats at a macro level.