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Lumeta is a real-time visibility, vulnerability, and risk management solution that enables cloud, network, and security teams to find and secure unknown, rogue and shadow clouds, network infrastructure, and endpoints.
Gain real-time visibility into your dynamic infrastructure
including cloud, virtual, physical, software-defined network infrastructure, endpoints, and operational technology (OT)/Internet of Things (IoT). With Lumeta, you can eliminate 100% of your blind spots and monitor changes or unusual behaviors to eliminate any gaps in coverage that may leave you exposed.
Lumeta discovers, maps and alerts on topology changes across the entire hybrid enterprise, including multi-cloud environments. Delivering a holistic view across all of your physical and virtual/cloud infrastructures, Lumeta CloudVisibility provides an authoritative perspective for your enterprise security operations center (SOC) to prioritize issues for remediation and ensure network protection.
Lumeta monitors the hybrid infrastructure for telltale signs of nefarious activity and prioritizes findings for investigation and remediation. With Lumeta, your threat intelligence feeds are made actionable to correlate a comprehensive understanding of your enterprise’s active IP address space against known threats as new threat data becomes available, and as new endpoints connect to the network.
Lumeta discovers and monitors every cloud account, network, path and endpoint for changes in real-time to identify new leak paths that are often due to misconfigurations or malicious activity. Lumeta finds inbound and outbound leak paths to the Internet, virtual private cloud, in between network-segmented, firewalled enclaves, or across IoT/OT environments.
Lumeta uses a unique patent-pending technology to produce a comprehensive network summary that includes a recursively crawling cycle of targeting, indexing, tracing, monitoring, profiling, and displaying a network’s state. Through passive and active methods, you get a view of your entire infrastructure, including cloud instances and assets, as well as all IPv4/IPv6 connections and devices.
Frost & Sullivan expects the total number of IoT devices to grow from approximately 12.44 billion devices in 2016 to over 45.41 billion by 2023, representing a global compound annual...Learn More