Reveal Technology Risks
Global IT Infrastructure,
Risk & InfoSec Platform
Effectively managing security and risk requires a profound grasp of your worldwide network. Redjack provides intelligence on both internal and external cyber risks for some of the most prominent public and private entities across the globe.
Prioritize What to Defend
The most important benefit of the Redjack platform is its ability to drive understanding and agreement across the organization about what to defend and how. By identifying the risks in a way that considers business function in combination with technology processes, organizations can collaboratively approach resiliency and transformation.
The data we collect and the analytics we provide have a significant impact across IT, cybersecurity, business strategy, and risk management.
Our innovative use of communication data to identify dependencies represents a groundbreaking approach to data analysis.
We see everything in the environment that communicates. If a device sends one packet, it’s in our inventory. The level of dynamic accuracy sets us apart.
Unlike other tools that simply regurgitate and compile information, our proprietary technology gathers behavioral data and applies data science to create a smart inventory at scale.
Redjack provides evidence that you protected the most important things in a breach and that the attack was contained.
How Redjack Works
Global enterprises and consultants use Redjack for a diverse range of purposes depending on their business needs.
Remediate one-hop to compromise
Identify network bad neighborhoods
Prioritize vulnerabilities and alerts
Dynamic asset inventory and visibility management
Implement a zero-trust security framework
Risk & Compliance
Business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) planning and simulation
Cyber insurance reporting and management
Contract and legal support
Compliance monitoring and reporting
Risk assessment and mitigation
Third-party risk management
Understanding what to transform
Adding security to every business requirement
Evaluating budgets and project plans
Evaluating growth plans against security
The license fee for our software depends on the number of digital assets detected by our sensors in an organization.
Redjack's platform provides significant ROI for customers by offering:
Improved Security Posture
Redjack enhances visibility into assets such as hardware, software, and network devices. This leads to a better understanding of security risks and vulnerabilities, helping to prevent cyberattacks, data breaches, and other security incidents. Customers can avoid financial losses, legal liabilities, and reputational damage.
Time and Cost Savings
Redjack simplifies asset management by automating inventorying, tracking, and management processes. This reduces manual efforts, saving time and costs for IT and security teams. They can focus on strategic tasks instead of routine administrative work.
Compliance and Auditing
Redjack simplifies compliance and auditing for industries with strict regulations. It generates detailed reports and audit trails, reducing the risk of non-compliance penalties.
Redjack's upcoming feature will integrate with patch management systems, identifying vulnerable software and automating patch deployment. Timely patching prevents security breaches and expensive system downtime.
Asset Utilization Optimization
Redjack's data and visualizations help organizations optimize asset utilization. It reveals underutilized resources, allowing customers to make informed decisions and avoid unnecessary expenses.
Incident Response and Recovery
Redjack is crucial for incident response and recovery. It offers a complete overview of affected assets, enabling teams to swiftly isolate compromised systems, gauge the incident's magnitude, and implement fixes. This minimizes impact and downtime.
In addition to the software license fee, the cost to deploy is mainly hardware associated with the sensors in addition to minor labor costs to configure the software.
Redjack offers comprehensive analysis of NetFlow traffic and goes beyond that by analyzing assets and monitoring their movement throughout the enterprise. We assess the complexity of critical business functions and their interplay, and proactively identify and flag weaknesses in the enterprise.
Yes, Redjack works in hybrid environments. While our proprietary sensors collect valuable network information, we can also consume cloud provider logs and integrate them into our analysis. We are especially adept at monitoring containerized environments like Kubernetes by monitoring dynamic asset lifecycles as they originate, move, and die out, across the enterprise.
Redjack works in combination with essential security tools such as SIEM, anti-virus software, firewalls, and vulnerability management systems. This integration allows for the prioritization of alerts that require immediate resolution, using Redjack criticality assessment scoring and data science techniques.
The key difference between Redjack and Rapid7 is that Redjack is focused on managing and monitoring cyber assets within an organization and providing insights into their security posture and risk level, while Rapid7 offers various security solutions (including pen testing) without going deep into cybersecurity asset management or providing the ability to see within Kubernetes containers.
Our sensors create an intelligent inventory of assets by tracking their movement across the enterprise. We can track assets as they move within/across business functions, inside Kubernetes containers, and while simultaneously changing IP addresses. Our competitors only track IP addresses without simultaneously looking at the additional identification information.
Currently, the formats of other sensor data are not conducive to our ingestion process. We are exploring possible future integrations.
Redjack doesn't charge for individual sensors so it's primarily the cost of acquiring the hardware by the customer which is not usually an obstacle.
Redjack's involvement can be as short as a couple of hours. More typical is on the order of 1-2 weeks when factoring in the customer process for procuring hardware through their own controls and getting security approval for collecting the data.