LookingGlass Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) integrates the world’s leading collection of threat data, turning an overwhelming aggregation of information into usable, actionable threat intelligence.
LookingGlass™ ScoutPrime™ accelerates time-to-action as a threat intelligence platform ideal for complex threat analysis. Offering the industry’s largest collection of threat intelligence data feeds layered on real-time global Internet intelligence, ScoutPrime provides search, analysis, and collaboration tools ideal for Threat Intelligence Analysts and Third Party Risk Managers. With multivariable advanced searches, Threat Indicator Confidence™, the ScoutPrime Graph Explorer, shareable workspaces and dashboards, and advanced notification mechanisms, ScoutPrime users can perform more risk analyses and deliver results faster.
LookingGlass™ ScoutVision™ provides comprehensive and relevant actionable risk information, streamlining workflows, dramatically increasing incident response, security operations, and threat intelligence analyst efficiency. ScoutVision combines real-time global Internet intelligence with hundreds of correlated threat data feeds summarized in a simple but powerful workspace.
LookingGlass ScoutInterXect™ fuses internal enterprise network telemetry with real-time and historical ScoutVision global threat and Internet intelligence information. This innovative blending of data delivers enhanced visibility for security forensics and faster incident response actions by security professionals.
Cyber Threat Center
LookingGlass Cyber Threat Center™ offers an intuitive, yet powerful, interface to manage data collection and efficiently exploit and analyze a wide range of sources, languages, and document formats in one place. You can also configure and customize unlimited searches, filters, rules, and alerts.
LookingGlass Virus Tracker® is a global botnet monitoring system, based on “sinkholes”: sensors that listen on the Internet for virus infections 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Virus Tracker has billions of historical infection records dating back to 2012 and identifies over 3 million new malware infections every day.