Palo Alto Networks LightCyber

LightCyber brings award-winning Automated Behavioural Analytics to the Palo Alto Networks Next-Generation Security Platform and further enhances and extends your ability to prevent attacks at the internal reconnaissance and lateral movement stages of the attack lifecycle.

The LightCyber approach focuses on network and endpoint traffic, and on activity within the networking traffic, to drive its primary analysis.


Unsupervised machine learning to prevent unknown threats.
LightCyber catches post-intrusion activity that does not involve malware or known exploits by learning expected behaviour and detecting anomalies indicative of an attack.

Broad inputs to maximise detection accuracy and efficiency.
LightCyber analyses behaviour across networks, users and endpoints to automate investigations and confirm suspicious behaviour by pinpointing the endpoint process responsible for an attack. To achieve this, it analyses the process in the cloud.

Attack mitigation across the entire attack lifecycle.
LightCyber detects all stages of the attack lifecycle after the initial intrusion, focusing on hard-to-detect, low-and-slow reconnaissance and lateral movement to which most security products are blind.

Integrated remediation to prevent cyberattacks.
Because LightCyber accurately detects attacks, it can block compromised devices and disable user accounts automatically, or administrators can do it through the click of a button.

Watch this video of Lee Klarich, EVP of product management at Palo Alto Networks, and Giora Engel, co-founder and chief product officer of LightCyber, describing how the technology works.

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