Today’s VSOC Platforms Can’t Provide
Sufficient Protection — Here’s Why
Too Noisy to Work
Today’s VSOC platforms relying on AI-powered detection often cause alert fatigue, as the systems trigger alerts for any detected suspicious anomalies. 55% of IT and SOC teams admit that they lack confidence in responding to these alerts.* Similar scenarios might unfold in the automotive industry.
*Source: Trend Micro
Too Late to Act
Today’s VSOC platforms utilize a general log collector, providing security logs that are not directly usable. This often results in lack of actionable intelligence, including attack origin. It leads to manual efforts for further investigation and potential delays in risk remediation.
Too Vague to Trace
Today’s VSOC platforms struggle to break down incidents into specific tactics and techniques. This leads to an unclear understanding of attackers’ goals and methods, making it challenging to implement necessary remediation plans.
Specificity to the Automotive Industry
xNexus is powered by 100+ unique attack stories that map tactics and techniques used in automotive attacks (inspired by MITRE ATT&CK).
xNexus consolidates cross-data sources into one platform, enabling VSOC teams to investigate attacks in fewer steps and to operate in a more streamlined manner.
xNexus facilitates compliance with UN R155 requirements for cybersecurity management systems, monitoring, response, detection, and data forensics.
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